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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
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Round of 16 (or "Sharing... and Splitting... the Progressive Wealth")
June 24

Kayla & Max may not be king or queen of the mountain, but they're just jesters when it comes to dancing after being eliminated. A fight for the top on the hill is within someone's grasp, and we have more routines coming for you in just 2 hours. So why not wait and let's get started then.

Joining the ever insane panel is Toni Basil, who'll get the Living Legend of hip-hop award. Don't know how it happened, but we'll move on. Karla & Johnathan will be the first to do a Dave Scott-routine to "By My Side" by Jadakiss w/Ne-Yo. They start out like turtles, but go at it like hares.

What Toni said: the street dance needs groove & funk.
What I said: It looks like they went nowhere on that one.

We'll have Asuka & Vittolo in a minute, but first, the auditions for next season will be in Phoenix on Friday. Wanna sign up? Hit up for the hookup. Now back to the routine, but this time, a Mandy Moore jazz routine to "Heartbreaker" by Pat Benatar. Many lifts came in throughout the routine.

What Toni said: They have the potential to be an exceptional couple.
What I said: It's a good way to make them a good couple like you've seen here.

And next will be Melissa & Ade doing a rumba to "Emotion" by Destiny's Child, and drawn up by Tony Meredith. They gave them hip movements the crowd looked for.

What Mary said: I'm buying what I'm selling.
What I said: That was off the discount shelves!

Going ahead is Janette & Brandon doing another Dave Scott hip-hop routine to "What A World" by Common. For this routine, they fuse together Rock along with hip-hop for this breathtaking routine.

What Toni said: The couple nailed their connection.
What I said: That fusion between Rock & Hip-hop did work for those 2.

Getting to the stage is Kayla & Kupono, the new couple doing a Viennese waltz done by Jean-Marc Genereaux to "Sweet Dreams" by Jewel. Very beautiful throughout the routine.

What Mary said: It was totally believable & endearing.
What I said: That was very sweet.

Now up is Randi & Evan doing a contemporary routine to "Koop Island Blues" by Koop/Ane Brun. It had quirkiness in the routine.

What Nigel said: I praise the ability to follow through from beginning to end.
What I said: I think there was a lot of butt-shaking for this dance.

Next up is Caitlyn & Jason doing a paso doble to "O Fortuna." They had some warrior-like costumes to keep the attitude of this theme.

What Mary said: A strong performance with a slight loss of posture.
What I said: I think they became warriors in this routine.

And to end it, Jeanine & Phillip doing a Broadway routine to "Moses" from "Singin' In The Rain." It was all about a couch and it ended with a pillow fight, but during the routine, Phillip ripped his pants. Yikes!

What Nigel said: They need to bring the essence of Gene Kelly.
What I said: I think Phillip's pants became a funny moment for all to see.

Well, that's it. The month of June is closing out, and by tomorrow's results show, 2 of them will get slammed in the face. You'll see why tomorrow. Goodnight.


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