“As a lily-whtie girl, I totes understand the plight of your people.”
And then we do get some weird backstory about Brianna’s heritage and ancestors being slaughtered that I don’t fully understand.
The moms all meet for cocktails and start arguing about whether or not Asia deserves to be there.
And it’s already time for the main stage event! And for the first time in a long time, Richy doesn’t pull out the bullshit squirrel fingers while being introduced.
Up first is Amanda with her Latin solo. She quickly sneaks in an eyebrow, but she seems to be doing a pretty good job!
Abby commented toward the end “left leg,” but I couldn’t tell if it was a good thing or a bad thing. Abby said she loved it and is a first class plane ticket to wherever she is going. Robin wheezes that she is a star and has what she is looking for. Ugh, Robin, you are last on the list of where I should hope these girls wants to end up. Richy once again says she is missing passion in the face, but Abby says she set the bar high.
Next up is Asia, bringing us to France.
Well, she at least looks like she could be working at the Moulin Rouge petit section.
I wasn’t sure what to expect here. Maybe at least a can-can or two? It seemed just like any old dance number in a French inspired costume. Abby praised her flexibility, but says she needs to work on a lot. Surprise, Richy loved her face. Abby reminds us that they are looking for more than a pretty face. The judges admit they keep letting her slide, but Robin says it’s because she’s amazing.
More drama about Madison’s hurt ankle, but I feel like she’ll just dance through it. Especially for having an injury it looked like Madison really shined this week.
But is it good enough to move on?
I liked the touches with the fingers. But Abby had some problems with her technique. Robin takes the chance once again to mention that she runs the PUSSYCAT DOLLS, and says that five years from now when Madison auditions for her, she’ll have a spot on TPCD. Look, bitch, this isn’t Abby’s Ultimate Pussycat Doll Competition.
Oh okay, Brianna’s great grandmother was part of the Armernian massacre. So she’s going to use that plus African tragedy to inspire the emotion of her routine.
Armenian African tragedy realness.
I could feel the emotion in her performance, so I hope the judges liked it. Abby said it took her breath away an it brought out emotional range and maturity. Robin called it perfection. Richy praised her delving into character and said she was emotionally flexible. At least they had the sense to recognize that.