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Fox is staging the ultimate dance battle with $250,000 on the line. Who'll get served, and who'll be the last dancer standing?

Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN

Host Cat Deeley
Judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy
Announcer Mark Thompson
Creator Simon Fuller & Nigel Lythgoe
EP Barry Adelman, Simon Fuller, Nigel Lythgoe
Packager 19 TV & dick clark productions
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Airs 8p Weds & Thus, FOX
Available In High-Definition Where Available

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Round of 20 (or "... and Richard Karn Said 'Thou Shalt DOUBLETH THINE POINTS!")
June 10

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 dancing....NOW!

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 us.

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 beautiful.

What NIgel said: There's a lot to look forward to from this pair.
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 whole thing.

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 for. Goodnight!

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