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Round of 16 (or "Sharing...
and Splitting... the Progressive Wealth")
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
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
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 http://www.fox.com/dance/ 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
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
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
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
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
What I said: I think they became warriors in this
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
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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