"Our original dance is an Indian folk dance," Davis said. "We wanted to do something really different and unique. We wanted to play with the crowd a little bit and show a connection with them."
"The dance has good energy and shows some movements that are different from the rest of the skating world," White added.
"There is a stark contrast between Indian folk dancing and the Arabian and Middle Eastern dances that you usually see," Davis continued. "It's a very unique style of dancing."
Israelis Alexandra and Roman Zaretski, skating to "Hava Nagila," placed second with 52.71 points in the original dance. With 85.05 total points, they remained second overall.
"It wasn't bad for the first one," Roman Zaretski said. "We enjoyed it. Our federation told us we needed to use Jewish music this year for the Olympics, and 'Hava Nagila' is the best."
A battle looms for the bronze medal with just .23 between two teams that have swapped places in each dance.
A Lithuanian polka by Katherine Copely and Deividas Stagniunas earned them 48.09 points, placing them third in the original dance, but they dropped to fourth overall with a 79.32 total.
"It was pretty good, but we could have had more energy," Copely said. "It was a long day. We need to show more expression, but it's early in the season."
Ekaterina Riazanova and Ilia Tkachenko of Russia scored 47.91 points to place fourth with their Russian folk dance. They have 79.55 total points and stand in third place overall.
The next four teams are separated by only .66.