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What is this girl going to do when she starts getting botox?!?
She gives Asia a break and calls up Madison and Jordyn. Little Jordyn does some weird hip-hoppy moves and some bizarre arm kick off the floor, then Madison puts her in her place with an impressive set of turns.
I think her plan is to eyefuck the competition into submission.
Now it’s Brianna’s turn to try to withstand the power of Madison’s creepy stare. And she goes straight for the hair.
“Nice tracks, girl!”
This is enough to send Brianna back to the crowd, so the final face-off is Madison against Asia.
“This is mah sexy face.”
They go back and forth for a while. Asia has the sass angle down, but Madison seems to be able to pull out some real dance moves in her improv. But Asia pulls out all the hoochie stops and krumps her way to a win. Yvette is not happy with this.
Her chest looks like it spent an eternity sunning itself on the beaches of Mercury.
Abby announces that the theme is journey through the decades. It’s pretty self-explanatory. Asia gets to choose what she’d like to do for the main stage event, and she chooses 80s Pop Duet. All the other moms are still pissed that Asia won. They think she won because of the looks she was giving with her adorable rodent face. Well, I have to agree.
We get straight to rehearsals, and we start with Madison, who was assigned a 1960s gogo dancing solo. This is her first solo, and she has a giant box as a prop. Madison’s mom won’t shut the fuck up, and she keeps trying to tell the choreographer Gina Starbuck what to do. No, no, no, honey, that’s not how this works. And you aren’t enough of an outright bitch like Yvette to put your taloned foot down.
Next is Brianna with a 1920s flapper solo. I have to say, Brianna is my favorite in the interviews. She comes off as so composed, normal, and likeable. She’s nervous because there’s only been one solo so far that has helped someone.
You got it, boo!
Brianna is letting her nerves get to her, but I really hope she turns it out and gives us speak-easy realness.
It looks like Asia’s partner for the 80s pop duet is Lexine. Lexine’s mom says she’s having trouble being away from home, and goes to the hallway to cry. Kristie from the Block is there to offer an unwanted and bared shoulder to dry on.
Hadley and Amanda will be doing a 1950s swing routine. Hadley says she’s excited to dance with someone who has better technique than her, and it sounds oh so fake. Amanda’s mom claims that she’ll stand up to Yvette if she has to, but I call shenanigans on that shit. She’s done nothing in the show so far, so I’d be surprised if she were to get in Yvette’s scary, monstrous face.