Lynch led off the night with Ludacris’ 2001 hit “What’s Your Fantasy,” displaying a endless amount of pelvic thrusts and spraying whipped creme on fans in the front row. Pope countered with Avril Lavigne’s 2002 pop hit “Complicated,” unleashing her indignant side.
Then it was off to the second round where things heated up fast.
Donning a white suit and a stick on mustache, Lynch gave an unforgettable performance of Lou Bega’s 1999 wildly popular hit “Mambo #5.” Accompanied by an array of backup dancers and lit-up palm trees, Lynch led a very impressive choreographed performance.
Pope wasn’t phased though as she took the stage and jumped straight into Panic! At The Disco’s emo-pop smash “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.” She even got some help on stage from the bands lead singer, Brandon Urie. Pope put on a very theatrical performance, as she swayed in her nightgown all across the stage.
In the end, Lynch was proclaimed the winner, but hopefully we see these two come back very soon for a rematch!