Welcome, Gasmii, to a special two-part Abby-sized recap to catch us up on the dance show we love to hate. Or is it hate to love? Either way, here we go!
HAPPILY NEVER AFTER
Previously, the moms were on their worst behavior, except for Yvette somehow, who showed that she might have some sort of spark of a soul in that frightening husk of a body she has. Lexine was sent home, and that little inappropriate chipmunk Asia is STILL here.
Kristie knows that Asia has to deliver this week, and Yvette thinks there’s a conspiracy to keep Hadley in the bottom. I’d say less a conspiracy and more producer planning. But whatevs. Abby comes in wearing a tiara complete with scepter.
Definitely a Bad Bitcch, not a Good Bitch.
So the theme is fairytales. The choreographer for the challenge is individuality, so Anthony Burell needs to see them put their own stank on the moves he teaches them. The winner of the challenge is the lead in the group dance and gets to dance in a duet.
Amanda knows that her biggest struggle this week is letting go, and showing everyone that she can do something with her face. I guess that damn eyebrow raise just isn’t enough anymore. Judging begins.
“I hate all of you.” “What am I doing here?”
No one is really standing out to me, but I did spy with my little eye some eyebrow performance from Amanda.
But is it enough?
I do notice that Asia was behind on some moves, and Abby dismissed Asia. Jordyn improves her horrible disgusting turned out feet, but needs to fix her ankles, so POOF, she’s gone too. Abby had Madison and Amanda go head-to-head, and doesn’t make a decision right away. She then calls Hadley forward to dance against Amanda. Abby tells Hadley to peace the fuck out, but takes the time to tell her that it’s because her toes are crunched AS USUAL.
This isn’t Abby’s Ultimate Bound Feet Competition.
Now It’s time for Brianna, Madison, and Amanda to dance it off. Abby says Brianna is strong and great, but she looked at the ground the whole time, so she’s out. Abby makes a right decision for once, and gives the challenge to Madison. We learn that her duet will be with Amanda, and the theme with will be Snow White and the Evil step Mother.
During group rehearsal, Anthony is correcting Jordyn, and Kelly finds it inacceptable that she can’t consistently keep the corrections. This woman is getting on my nerves. Is yelling at her daughter and berating her even more really going to help?
Madison and Amanda are practicing their duet, and Amanda is the Evil stepmother. Amanda is struggling because the two are friends and she says she’s not really evil. Which is kind of cute, but it also opens the door to critique for the main event, so bitch better get her evil on and make it believable.