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Previously: The group number came in first at iHollywood. Justice beat Chloe because Melissa wouldn’t let Maddie to a solo. Paige broke her foot.
The girls line up in a studio somewhere in the bowels of Los Angeles. Chloe tells us they are actually at Millennium studios, where Christina Aguilera and Brit Brit Spears rehearse. You can smell the skank in the air. Jabby says that last week they were not focused at iHollywood and we get a flashback of Jabby screaming at them all. But the group came in first. Doesn’t that count for anything? Not in Jabby World, I guess.
So remember last week when those random people named Kaya/AKA Black Patsy and her daughter Nicaya showed up? Yeah, they are nowhere to be found.
Did they even really exist? Jabby comments that the girls were nice and friendly to Nicaya, but the moms weren’t so nice her mom. Um, if I recall correctly, Kaya/AKA Black Patsy was a little bit confrontational, no? Jabby says that the moms have run off yet another potential student. What happened to that crack strategy of bringing in someone new to win NATIONALS?
Pyramid time. Kendall has finally clawed her way back onto the team and gets the opportunity to be on the bottom of the pyramid. Way to go, Kendall. Paige is next because she did very well last week despite being a gimp. Brooke is next because she didn’t finish in time. Sounds like a personal problem. Then we have Maddie, who just blended in when should have stood out.
Second row, we have Nia. Jabby says her music and choreography were difficult, but she handled it well. She also needs to step up her technique. Then Chloe because she made the top five. Now she just has to be consistent and not get beaten by creepy red-headed kids. Finally, on top of the pyramid, we have Mackenzie who came in third overall in her division. Go Mack!
This week, they will remain in L.A. and attend an Intensity competition. (I refuse to spell it “IN10SITY.”) Each girl, except Maddie (!), is getting a solo and their performances will determine who is competing at NATIONALS next week. Yay, NATIONALS. NATIONALS mean there are only 17 more episodes left of this season. (I was joking when I wrote that, but apparently I’m not that far off.)
Poor no-solo Maddie is upset and crying because of course she wants to do a solo. Shoulda thought of that three weeks ago, Maddie. Melissa signals from across the room for Maddie to raise her hand and ask for a solo. Jabby says she’s not trying to hurt Maddie’s feelings, but there are a bunch of kids who want to do solos. To Melissa, Jabby says that she is the one who ruined it for Maddie.