duo, who will be competing in tonight's final three finale, have a preshow ritual that simply, well, sparkles."He has this little tub of glitter," explains Lacey, prior to indulging in a Fake Bake sunless tan."A fan gave it to him and it's supposed to be his good luck dust.
"It just kind of gets us laughing and more at ease."Not to mention it helps spread the glitter around more evenly.
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