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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 7 (or "No Way Out of Your System")
July 14

It's about to get more interesting as "Dance" takes 7 dancers in one night for a performance. With Ashley getting an injury from practice, it remains hidden. She'll be in the bottom 3, but there's 6 dancers still standing. We shall begin.

First off, Lauren & Mark doing a Tahitian dance. Never in the show's history have we seen a dance that comes from the islands. They worked it pretty well with the theme.

What Adam said: I was floored by both dancers.
What I said: They killed it!

Next up, Adechike partners with Anya to do a Salsa. Anya did some spins and both did arm work before Anya spun again. Adeckike used his foot to pick up Anya, then used his head, and finally a foot again to raise her back up. Both went back to arm work before Anya did a split and way more arm work from both.

What Nigel said: Your choreographer is crazy!
What I said: The arm work mesmerized me.

Next up, Jose partners with Courtney to do Broadway to "Mr. Cellophane" from "Chicago." Judging by the first few seconds of the clip, I don't know why he's doing Broadway or break-dancing. Courtney covered him up and opens up Jose herself. Jose then takes over for a show-stopping solo.

What Adam said: He needs finish and lines.
What I said: Why is he outside the box?

Robert & Allison do contemporary to "Fix You" by Coldplay. With that routine, Mia Michaels was lefy crying when the dance was over.

What Adam said: If you don't get an Emmy nomination for that, there is no god.
What I said: I agree with him.

Anya returns, this time with Billy to do a jive to "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" by Meatloaf. At the halfway point, Anya came in to take off the jacket of Billy. Soon after, he jumped in action. They even had faster spins.

What Mia said: I thought that was stellar.
What I said: Billy looked real cool with that routine.

Play ball! It's time for Kent & Neil to do Broadway to "Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo." from "Damn Yankees." 2 great dancers dressed as baseball players threw hats away and both had flips before there was a liftoff move. They even fiddled around with bats.

What NIgel said: Kent's the MVP tonight.
What I said: Boy, they hit a homerun with that.

Now it's on to the dancers themselves. First off, Lauren & Billy doing jazz to "Boogie Shoes" by KC & The Sunshine Band. Boy, they had some fancy footwork at the start of it. Lauren did a flip over and both did moves with their right arms.

What Adam said: It was sop happy making.
What I said: They looked so fun when they danced.

Jose partners up with Dominic to do the first b-boy routine in the show's history. The theme of this routine is "Young Arthur." It just goes to tell that these 2 breakers can cut loose.

What Mia said: The beginning was amazing.
What I said: Those 2 are unbeatable!

Another all-guy routine comes from Adechike & Kent, this time it's a contemporary routine to "You Only Disappear" by Tom McRae. Although it was a good routine, they made good use of the chairs.

What Mia said: I love Kent.
What I said: I think they did well.

And to end the program, Robert & Kathryn doing a disco to "Instant Replay" by Dan Hartman. They worked their muscle to use this good routine for good measure.

What Adam said: I bought it.
What I said: I'm selling that one.

That'll end your basic dance program. With Ashley on the IR, will it be an elimination or another week for her? The results show will tell the tale tomorrow. See you later.


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