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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
Adam Shankman
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 Tues & Wed, FOX
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Round of 14 (or "Future Shock")
November 17

Last week, 2 tappers went out with a bang, but we whiz ahead to a new week of leaps and bounds. By the end of this party, 2 dancers go boom with a whimper. So with that, let's bounce!

How's this for a TabNap routine to start things off? Ashleigh & Jakob start off by doing hip-hop to "Whatcha Say" by Jason DeRulo. Ashleigh took control with the routine and embraced her with perfect moves.

What Nigel said: Jakob will be in the top 10.
What I said: I put both of them in the top 10.

Now we got Karen & Kevin doing a Broadway done by first timer Spencer Liff. Welcome Spence, to our house. The song is "If They Could See Me Now" from "Sweet Charity." However, they tried to add spice, but all it got was a condiemnt in a fast food restaurant.

What Adam said: It was a step back for the pair.
What I said: 2 steps back, and it would've been worse.

Another first timer makes the scene, and his name is Eddie Simon, and they're teaching Noelle & Russell a foxtrot to "Baby" by Michael Buble. Russell took the graceful rise and fall of the routine all throughout the dance.

What Mary said: Russell looked effortless and unworried.
What I said: He knew when to take command of the floor.

Channing & Victor are up doing a Tyce Diorio-jazz routine to "Blackbird" by Bobby McFerrin. They were off to a slow start, but rose up quickly my the halfway mark.

What Adam said: Channing keeps on growing.
What I said: They put the motor on fast just when they thought it was slower.

Kathyrn & Legacy are up doing a paso doble done by Tony Meredith to "Pursuit" by Ka. It felt a bit of a disaster, but it had no catastrophe for it.

What Mary said: I'm impressed with Kathryn's Spanish vixen-ess.
What I said: I thought they would fail, but they didn't.

Ryan & Ellenore do a Travis Wall contemporary routine to "Your Ex-Lover's Dead" by Stars. It brought me chills when I get to see the routine. It was touching.

What Nigel said: It was the best routine of the night.
What I said: Ditto on that.

To wrap it up, Mollee & Nathan doing a pop jazz routine to "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga. We see a bit of synchronicity, but the technque was nearly perfect.

What Adam said: These 2 have a lot to improve.
What I said: They are rising up on their game.

So we gotta go. A night of dancing and not of lot of filler stuff. It's time we break away for tomorrow's result show. We'll see you again with Orianthi performing.


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