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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 12 (or "Paging Ross Shafer...")
July 8

The top 12 are here. It's more routines and nothing else. When 2 are cut, we're halfway home from being crowned champion. Let's begin.

Joining the creative 2 is Tyce Diorio and we're ready to start. Melissa & Ade get going with a disco routine to "Move On Up" by Destination. They do incredible moves, but a little balance was lost before Melissa recovers.

What Nigel said: I call them a strong couple.
What I said: They're off to a rocking start.

Next up, Kayla & Kupono doing a contemporary routine to "Gravity" by Sara Bareilles. In it, they potray the story of getting over an addiction...such as......Classic Pro Wrestling....or.....Buzztime.

What Tyce said: It was the whole package.
What I said: I think it was very emotional.

And it'll be Caitlyn & Jason's turn to do a Tony & Meredith foxtrot to "Minnie the Moocher" and it's not by Cab Calloway, it's by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. It had great lifts throughout the number.

What Mary said: The dance was tremendous.
What I said: The lifts were fantastic.

Just a reminder, the show will go on a 40-city tour. Go to for the info. Now it's Jeanine & Phillip's turn doing a Russian Folk Dance. When the dance sped up, the footwork nailed it.

What Nigel said: I'm not crazy about the style.
What I said: I think the speed of teh dance was crazy.

Going ahead is Randi & Evan doing a TabNap hip-hop routine to "Halo" by Beyonce. They did incredibly well for this routine.

What Tyce said: I like the great storytelling.
What I said: I think they did pretty nice.

To wrap up the round, Janette & Brandon doing an Argentine Tango. They took it to Argentina with their incredible lifts.

What Mary said: They were flawless!
What I said: Give them a flawless victory!

Think that's over? We don't think so. A new round!


Melissa & Ade go waltz to "Natural Woman" by Mary J. Blige. It turned out to be smooth for this routine.

What Mary said: The lifts look effortless.
What I said: There were no bumps there.

Kalya & Kupono do Broadway to "The Dance At The Gym" from "West Side Story." It was more like watching the cheerleaders dance at a halftime show. It had flair & energy.

What Tyce said: They needed to make us more a part of their world.
What I said: They needed a little more storyline into the routine.

Next up, Caitlyn & Jason doing Lyrical Jazz to "Show Me Heaven" by Marilyn McKee. It had expressive lifts in the number.

What Tyce said: They need to take it further.
What I said: I think they went far enough for it.

Going ahead is Jeanine & Phillip doing a jive to "Stuff Like That There" by Bette Midler. It had kicks and lifts with a bit of Broadway to it.

What Mary said: Phillip did so well.
What I said: That Broadway blend did justice for those 2.

Here's Randi & Evan doing a samba done by alums Pascha & Anya. They did what the 2 did for the crowd watching.

What Mary said: It had a slow sizzle.
What I said: I think the alums learned this pretty well.

And to end the show, Janette & Brandon doing a Wade Robson jazz routine to to "Ruby Blue" by Roison Murphy. It starts by going down the stairs to the dance floor and ends with a empty jewel case. Maybe the grand prize is somewhere....

What Tyce said: They have that it factor,
What I said: This was insane!

Well, there you have it. The results show is tomorrow, and more importantly for next week, it'll be the top 10. I'll see you later.


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