Just pretend you’re punching Yvette.
Abby however thought it was outstanding. Richy squeals some bullshit and then I agree with his critique that her face was not in it to win it. It was out back having a cigarette. Robin White Walker Antin thinks Madison can swing a ponytail like no other. Thank you, Willow Smith, for teaching our youth. She does think she needs to work on that stoneface though.
“And how was that gogo dancing? You don’t even have your top off?”
They tell her not to play it safe, but I don’t get the feeling that she’s in trouble.
Lastly we have Jordyn with her 90s hip hop solo. She needs to deliver on this. She swags on stage, and launches into a painfully 90s number. I just don’t think the choreo was on here. She just looks mostly silly. Except I did really appreciate the part where she slowed her dancing to the slowed down music briefly.
But how many times is she going to do the Roger Rabbit in one routine?
And watching Kelly bob her head like a chicken on the sidelines is nothing short of terrifying.
Well, I know what will haunt my nightmares tonight.
Abby hands the opening critique over to Richy since it’s his forte.
I am going to hunt down Richy Jackson. I will break all his fingers and tattoo his body to say SQUIRREL FINGERS ARE NOT GOING TO HAPPEN.
He loved her energy, and yes, I have to give her that. He lists all the 90s dances that she did, and then Abby slams her for not turning out her feet. But Robin Antin, FOUNDER OF THE PUSSYCAT DOLLS, thinks Abby is nuts for even bringing that up in a hip hop dance. Jordyn gives what starts off as a really cute interview about making her mom proud. Then it turns slightly dark when she cheerily says “if my mom thinks I can make it, I think it too.” I think this is just because she’s so young. I want her to be able to depend on her confidence to perform some day.
The competition is over for now, so the judges have their boring ass deliberation. Skipping ahead. Madison interviews that blah blah blah, all I can see is that crazy ass high hairline with her hair all snatched back, looking like a Bene Gesserit witch.
“I must not fear. Fear is the mindkiller. It is the little death that brings total obliteration.”
Madison and Jordyn are called to step forward, and they’re safe. No surprise there. Of the remaining , girls, Lexine and Hadley are called forward. They are the two girls on the bottom, which leaves Amanda, Brianna, and Chipette safe.