Fox is staging the ultimate dance battle with $250,000 on the
line. Who'll get served, and who'll be the last dancer
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Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy
Simon Fuller & Nigel Lythgoe
Barry Adelman, Simon Fuller,
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Round of 6 (or "Pressing
Someone Else's Luck")
Episode 101 is here. 100 episodes have been filmed and
we got the first episode after one big party. The 6
remain to dance, but we are one week away from the
finale. But first, we got 2 shows to do, starting with
the performance show.
Joining the 2 judges will be Lil' C. There's no turning
back as we start the program with the top 3 guys dancing
to "True Romance" by She Wants Revenge. They wear glow
in the dark costumes to fit the theme in this
Now let's get to the couples' routines. Jeanine & Ade
will go first, and they'll do a samba done by Louis Van
Amstel to "Love Game" by Lady Gaga. They kept it
straight throughout the number.
What Mary said: Everything fell apart after the first 15
What I said: It came down like a bike riding downhill.
The first solo of the night comes from Kayla, and she
does a contemporary to "You Found Me" By The Fray.
We find another couple named Melissa & Evan doing a
Broadway to "Get Me To The Church On Time" from "My Fair
Lady." They keep it connected with the bride & groom
What Nigel said: They really brought it.
What I said: They did pretty well keeping them together.
Now the 2nd solo, thanks to Ade doing "18th floor
balcony" by Blue October, in a contemporary style.
Kayla & Brandon will wrap up the half to contemporary
done by Stacey Tookey to "All I Want" by the Ahn Trio.
They brought emotion into the routine.
What Nigel said: I love the brilliant technique.
What I said: I thank Stacey for bringing the routine to
Melissa does a solo to "I Put a Spell on You" by Nina
Simone, and we speak of the second half.
Do we see a TabNap routine? Yes. Jeanine & Ade will go
first doing hip-hop to "Move (If You Wanna)" by Mims. In
it, they get ousted from their apartment....just like
Big Brother. They used boxes as a prop for the routine.
What Lil' C said: It was Bucc.
What I said: They moved with open arms.
Another solo comes your way courtesy of Brandon dancing
to "O Fortuna"....in his shorts. And you wonder why this
Melissa & Evan step to this with a quick step to "As
Long As I'm Singin'" by the Brian Setzer Orchestra. It
looks better that way from DWTS.
What Mary said: It fell apart towards the end.
What I said: I think it slipped a bit when it was almost
2 solos coming up. First, Jeanine doing "Feedback" by
Janet Jackson, and then Evan doing Broadway to "The Lady
Is A Tramp" by Sammy Davis, Jr.
The last couples' dance goes to Kayla & Brandon
performing a disco to "Dance (Disco Heat)" by Sylvester.
They used lifts & spins all throughout the routine.
What Nigel said: This is what the show is all about.
What I said: This is Why I love the show.
The top 3 girls close the show with a contemporary
number to "Kick it (Superhero remix)" by Nina Martine.
They kick it into high gear and act like superheroes.
The top 6. They've worked hard to make it this far on
this show. Tomorrow, we determine the finalists for the
big finale. Who will go home? You'll see why tomorrow.
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To view extra footage from this episode,
go to www.fox.com/dance.