Studies have shown that Hidden Gems of the Week, EW.com’s collection of reader-submitted ridiculata, is the best way to enjoy Dancing With the Stars without ever having to turn it on. It’s a visual feast of sparkles, fringe, and stunning awkwardness. Ready to go down the rabbit hole? Behold this bountiful smattering of Visible Gems!
“Aly and Mark’s freestyle is brought to you by Ke$ha.” —kellen, endorsed by duranmom, orville1970, Wiltasaurus
“Between the costumes, the stripper pole, and the music, I felt like it was like Mark’s Bollywood style mash-up of Tron and Showgirls.” —Jillibeans
“It looks like he raided Bruno’s weekend loungewear.” —FrigidDiva, endorsed by Jem H, Wiltasaurus
“Mark is literally peacocking this time with his blue, green, and gold sparkly outfit.” —Amy in KC
“Mark’s makeup is like a mini Phantom of the Opera mask.” —Colleen, endorsed by gemtastic15, Wiltasaurus
“Not so hidden gem: Len is very pleased with himself over learning and performing Jacoby’s signature moves. If only Jacoby had taught him how to jump over Karina.” —Colleen, endorsed by duranmom, DonnaW
“I’m sorry but every time I hear ‘supersize’ freestyle, I think of one of the decoys (because they would, not one of Our Pros) working the drive-thru window asking me ‘Would you like fries with that McDouble?’ I think Fringe Fairy had a hidden gem of this last season — the troupe dancing with a giant Coke and fry carton I believe.” —Colleen, endorsed by Fridgedancer, duranmom, Amy in KC, Anthony
“Is that why Derek was dressed like a hamburger and one of the other dancers was dressed in a French Fry costume during one of the pre-ad breakaway scenes?” —JoMarch
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