Fox is staging the ultimate dance battle with $250,000 on the
line. Who'll get served, and who'll be the last dancer
Pierre Kelly, GSNN
Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy
Simon Fuller & Nigel Lythgoe
Barry Adelman, Simon Fuller,
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Round of 20
(or "... and Richard Karn Said 'Thou Shalt DOUBLETH
After blowing through the auditions and swiping through
Vegas, the top 20 have made a spot to Hollywood. Now
everything they do is on their own. One mistake here and
it'll cost you a shot at the botttom 4 and maybe
elimination. Let's begin the final wave of
Joining the undeniable 2 is Adam Shankman and Jeanine &
Phillip are up to dance first. They get hip-hop as their
routine. Done by Napoleon & Tabitha, they dance to "Mad"
by Ne-Yo. This tell a story of a couple resolving issues
before they doze off for the night.
What Adam said: Unfreaking real.
What I said: I think it was really real.
Next up, Asuka & Vittolo. Broadway is their routine and
done by Tyce Diorio, "Hot Honey Rag" by the "Chicago"
play is their song. It felt more like a silent film to
What Adam said: It was clean & good.
What I said: I think it was a little silly.
Ahead of them is Karla & Johnathan doing a Tony Meredith
cha-cha to "Poker Face" by the ever silly-looking Lady
Gaga. They torched it with precision!
What Mary said: It was rough & fun.
What I said: They nailed it just like that!
Going up next is Randi & Evan doing a Tyce-style Jazz
routine to "I Only Have Eyes for You" by Jamie Cullum.
They brought the emotion to this ballroom.
What Adam said: it was vertically challenged.
What I said: I think they did well.
Next up, Paris & Tony doing a Napoloeon & Tabitha
hip-hop routine to "Let The Beat Rock" by the Black Eyed
Peas. It was hardcore & raw.
What Nigel said: They need a lot of growth.
What I said: I think it wasn't hard enough.
Your next couple is Caitlyn & Jason doing a Bollywood
dance to "Jai HO" from "Slumdog Millionaire." They had
more hand & finger muscles than shadow puppets.
What NIgel said: They brought it tonight.
What I said: I think it looks better than last year.
Janette & Brandon go up as they foxtrot to "Come Fly
With Me" by MIchael Buble, created by DWTS pro Louis Van
Amstel. When it was all over....
What Mary said: I praise Janette for an elegant foxtrot,
What I said: Janette is one good girl to dance with.
Ashley & Kupono, you're up to do Jazz, done by Wade
Robson to "Felt Mountain" by Goldfrapp. They stayed in
character, and never went out of it.
What Adam said: It was exquisite technique.
What I said: They never got off of it.
Here's Melissa & Ade doing a romantic Mandy Moore piece
to "Right Here Waiting" by Richard Marx. I think it was
What NIgel said: There's a lot to look forward to from
What I said: That was pretty.
And finally, Kayla & Max doing a Louis Van Amstel samba
to "Juh Bah Day." They were so fine....just watch the
What Nigel said: That topped off a brilliant night.
What I said: That ended it right here.
Well, I guess that's all the dancing we have for you
tonight. Tomorrow, the 60-minute results show. 2 stay, 2
leaves. You'll find out who the home participants voted
To view extra footage from this episode,
go to www.fox.com/dance.