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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
Mia Michaels
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
Web fox.com/dance
Airs 8p Wed & Thurs, FOX
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Round of 10 (or "The Worst Case Scenario for Surviving the Survivor Series")

It must be time for "So You Think You Can Dance." Alexie is out of the picture and 10 are about to do what they did last week. All-stars are arriving shortly, so let's not waste time and get to today's program.

First off, Christina is about to tag team with Pascha to do a Jean -Marc Genereaux paso doble routine. I couldn't believe how nice that routine came from start to finish.

What Nigel said: She brought all the necessary passion and energy.
What I said: She is on fire!

Adechike goes up with Allison to do a Mandy Moore contemporary routine to "Listen to Your Heart" by DHT. I think the artisry was all there during the routine.

What Mia said: He'd dance, then smile, then dance again.
What I said: He's a way for contemporary dancers to do it. Not many of them can.

Next up is Alex, ready to team up with Lauren doing a Broadway routine to "Summertime" by Sylvester. Both were playing with bowler hats and tossed them out to the crowd. ALex crawled halfway under Lauren, but stopped to break it up. Both did some kicks and Alex did a slow split, but nailed it quickly to end it.

What Adam said: A lot of flash and no smoulder.
What I said: Is this what you call Broadway?

We go ahead to Ashley doing a Travis Wall Jazz routine with Mark to "Wonderful" by Annie Lennox. Mark put her into a twirling position and a turnover slam. Mark went under her and it was a lot of frocliking going on.

What Adam said: It was a lot of lifts.
What I said: I'm thinking of deja vu from last week.

Billy is teaming with Comfort to do a krump routine to belive it or not, "So U think U can Krump" by the J-Squad. Interesting song title. BIlly kicked the papers from top of the picnic table and Comfort joined him on top. They even danced on top of it, too. Boy, they look tired.

What Adam said: A bad experiment.
What I said: Oh come on, It was good. Right?

Robert is ready to tango with Anya to "Libertango" by Bond. It was a routine RObert thought he could do now wrong.

What Nigel said: He looked magnificent.
What I said: He knocked it silly!

Melinda gets to tag team with Ade to a contemporary routine. I couldn't believe Ade was the expert on this one while Melinda kept her cool with a dress.

What Adam said: Fantastic.
What I said: Stunning. Can she do something else?

Jose gets Kathryn to do a Bollywood routine. Let's all pretend Jose is Kazaam and opens a bottle which by the magic of television, Kathryn appears as Jeannie. It was fast and energetic. Some highlights include both dancers banging on the bottoms standing up, and a gender-flipped ending.

What Adam said: It was totally wrong.
What I said: Was that dance cheesy?

Next comes Lauren connecting with Dominic to do lyrical hip-hop to "If I were a Boy" by Beyonce. Both did a steamrolling move and Lauren went solo for a few seconds. They wew both into this dance.

What Adam said: Lauren turned into an actor.
What I said: This is what the show is about. Turning a story into a great routine.

And finally, Kent getting Courtney to do a jazz routine to "Amy Amy Amy" by Amy Winehouse. In short, It's Amy to the 3rd power. Both went over the table for dancing and Kent got a frog splash pin. By the end, he was left on the table.

What Adam said: Fantastic performer.
What I said: He's pretty good at it.

With that, we depart. Tune in tomorrow for the results show. Who will be victim #2? It's' anybody's guess.


To see this episode in its entirety, go to www.fox.com/dance.