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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 10 (or "Bash at the Mountains")
December 1

This is where the line will be crossed. The final 10 must now pair up with other dancers, in an attempt to find the best dancer in America. Who will prevail in the final weeks of competition? It all begins with the performance show.

Getting things started is Noelle & Ryan doing hip-hop to "Give It To Me RIght" by Melanie Fiona. It centers around office politics. Hope nobody got fired.

What Nigel said: It had good chemistry.
What I said: They worked together fine.

Next is Ashleigh & Legacy doing a contemporary routine to "Poison" by The Prodigy. Although there was hitting & kicking, no one got hurt. It ends with a handstand by Legacy.

What Nigel said: You've just been physically abused by your choreographer.
What I said: They didn't want to go to the hospital on that.

We get our first solo from Mollee doing "Rocking the Beat" by LMFAO, and we get Russell doing "Outros" by Black Milk.

Kathryn & Nathan go up doing Broadway to "Choreography" by Spencer Kaye. They brought the dance for this number.

What Adam said: You guys did a great job in giving us a beautiful history lesson.
What I said: They rocked!

Here's another solo from Noelle doing "Everytime it Rains" by Charlotte Martin.

Ellenore & Jacob will now quickstep to "Four Brothers" by the Manhattan Transfer. They've seemed to nail it with this difficult dance.

What Mary said: Congrats to you.
What I said: I'm so glad they overcame that routine.

2 solos come in, thanks to Ryan doing "Rock You Like a Hurricane" by The Scorpions and Kathyrn doing "Beautiful" by Bethany Dillon.

And now, Mollee & Russell doing Lyrical jazz to "It Must have Been Love" by Roxette. It flowed beautifully throughout the number.

What Adam said: I'm so pleased!
What I said: I loved them 2!

Nathan did "Golden Train" by Justin Nozuka, and he was crying. I'm not kidding.

Noelle & Ryan do a smooth waltz. I can't imagine how well these 2 did on stage.

What Mary said: They mastered both for me.
What I said: They nailed it!

Ellenore comes up to do a solo to "Beatbox Harmonica" by Yuri Lane. Favorite song out of everyone the past 6 seasons.

Ashleigh & Legacy do hip-hop to "Slow Down" by Bobby Valentino. Legacy wore a cape, but he's not a superhero. He's just a villian, because there wasn't any hip-hop in it.

What Nigel said: I hate the choreography.
What I said: They are definitely falling apart.

Next is Kathryn & Nathan doing rumba to "Walk On By" by Aretha Franklin. They seemed to get their act together and worked hard for this routine.

What Mary said: Chemistry was not believable.
What I said: It seemed they split apart throughout the routine.

Legacy now dances to "No Air" by Chris Brown w/ Jordin Sparks.

Ellenore & Jakob do contemporary to "Tore My Heart" by Oona & Dave Tweedie. It became a perfect routine once they performed it.

What Nigel said: wooooow.
What I said: cooooool.

With Ashleigh doing a solo, the last couple goes to Mollee & Russell doing "Land of 1000 dances" by Jimmy Barnes. It became fun as a way to almost end the program.

What Mary said: So much fun.
What I said: They killed it!!!!

The last solo goes to Jakob doing "Almost Midnight" by Pat Monahan, but it's exactly 8:50something, because our show is ending. Tune in again for our results show to see who's the final 8. See you then.


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