Elizabeth, Hadley, and Asia have a jazz trio. Asia is struggling yet again to get the moves down. Perhaps age 6 is just too young to be in this competition. At least Asia is no Vivianne. Elizabeth starts crying YET again, this time saying that Hadley is ignoring her because of the drama with her mom earlier. Does she really expect a girl she hardly knows to side with her over her own mother?
“Ain’t nobody got time for that.”
While getting costumes ready, Kristie gets a little dig in on Yvette for basically being an ice crotch monster, and during Elizabeth’s mom’s interview, I finally realize what is bothering me about her wild face.
She looks like Buckwild from Flavor of Love gained weight.
Yvette unsheathes her claws and gives it right back to Kristie. Yvette tells Kristie to mind her business and then goes after her for not being able to control her kid. Yvette is awful. I want to strangle her with that horrible Naomi-from-Mama’s-Family top she has going on.
“Watch your ass, Selena. I will get all Yoland Saldivar on your ass!”
Kristie is not the one to fuck with, and I would be scared of those talons she has glued on as nails.
“I will dance the Cumbia on this bitch’s grave.”
Backstage getting ready for the main event, Zack offers to do Elizabeth’s hair. He interviews that he’s not a sporty kind of boy, and he dives right in like a pro. His mother says he likes to do girls’ hair and makeup and that he’s very comfortable with himself. Major props to her for being so cool about it. So many parents would be embarrassed and try to stifle this behavior, but she lets him do what he wants, and everyone is better off for it.
Yvette tells Hadley that the other girls in her trio are nowhere near their level, and this is super tacky in front of everyone. Kristie astutely notices that Yvette thinks of it as her competition and not Hadley’s. I kind of want Hadley to suffer just because it would hurt Yvette.
First up are Madison, Lexine, and Tua with a hip hop number.
Well, so good so far.
Individually, they seem to be doing a good job, but as a group, it’s not clicking. Then they pull a move straight out of Show Girls.
Do you like brown rice and vegetables?
Once again, the hip hop number doesn’t read as very hip hop, and Tua’s face performance is lacking. Abby starts by saying that Madison was over the top and wonderful. I totally agree. She was serving face and body, honey. The other judges also praise her. Tua gets some flack for watching her team members. Lexine actually gets praise for her faces, and they were pretty deece.