of 4 (or "A Dangerous Fatal 4-Way")
4 people are left. The chances of being
America's Favorite Dancer are now slimmer as ever. 4 dancers enter the
month of August with hotter temperatures and even hotter dancing. Let's
get the show started!
Kicking things off is Lauren teaming with Pascha for an Argentine Tango.
After a few leg circles by both, Lauren did a split spin and it was
steamy than a sauna.
What Adam said: That was art, baby.
What I said: It was really, really hot!
Before we head on to the next segment, Lauren was a high school
cheerleader and student body vice president. Talk about extra-curricular
Adechike & Lauren will now perform an African Jazz routine to "The Path"
by Ralph McDonald. Lauren took a flying leap for a good move and both
were flapping their arms about. Adechike was acting wilder an did a
baseball slide at the end.
What Mia said: I wasn't fond of that.
What I said: Oh come on, Adechike was doing well.
Next up, Robert & Anya doing a vienesse waltz to "Lost" by Anouk. Anya
did a split and did some twirling. There was a lift...no point taken,
but the whole thing was done by DWTS favorite Johnathan Roberts.
What Adam said: You were brillant.
What I said: Breathtaking!
Robert shows off his goofier side and one of his roommates is Channing
Cooke from last season.
To end the half, Kent & Courtney do a disco dance to "WHen Love Takes
Over" by David Guetta w/Kelly Rowland. Both do arm work and even more
later on. Courtney did a split and did a floor spin. More arm work came
in and a helicopter spin was brought by Courtney.
What Mia said: The worst performance for me this season.
What I said: It was cheesy.
We get to go to Ohio where Kent lives, and he tells us why he quit
soccer for dance.
The first half has extended. Lauren & Ade do jazz to "Hide U" by Kosheen.
They portray super spies for this intriguing routine. They even did fast
handwork by the middle of the song, but Lauren gave the kiss of death to
Ade and knocked him down.
What Adam said: I want to hire you.
What I said: I like that!!!!
Adechike & Kathryn do contemporary. Adecike was proud of this routine
when his 2 mentors gave us the routine, but seemed to have lost it
towards the end.
What Tyce said: I want more width & depth.
What I said: I think Adechike could do better in contemporary.
Speaking of him, he describes what life was like in Crooklyn. Maybe he
could he the winner, or someone else could be the winner,
like....Robert, who is next.
Robert & Dominic do hip-hop to "Scars" by Basement Jaxx. This time, they
were clowns. No clowning around for them, however, they did serious
hip-hop moves and had fun with balloons. Not one was popped. Okay, there
What Mia said: Dope.
What I said: Word.
The last routine of the day goes to Kent & Neil who went from baseball
players at one time to best buds getting shanked like in prison. They do
contemporary to "How it Ends" by Devotcka. When I saw the routine, there
wasn't any fighting whatsoever, but it compelled to the story as the
routine went along.
What Mia said: It's the first time I can't find words.
What I said: These 2 guys are awesome!
That of course, was the show and we're gone for now. The public will
send one of them off tomorrow to make it 3. Will Lauren be the last girl
standing, or will the guys knock her off? The answers lie in 23 hours.
To see this episode in its entirety,
go to www.fox.com/dance.