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Lindsay and Cole both talk about the physicality of the dance and Mia says that Lindsay needs to not worry so much about being a pretty dancer. She doesn’t want it just as good as Kayla and Kupono; she needs it to be better.
This one comes nowhere near the original for me.
I mean, seriously, they should have skipped this one altogether. I’m actually angry about this one which is crazy. The funny thing is I like Lindsay and Cole a hell of a lot more than I liked either Kayla or Kupono. But they come nowhere close to the chilling performance the original was.
For one thing, Kayla just looked dirtier, more desperate whereas Lindsay’s hair looks like it was just washed and styled. With Cole there’s none of the menace combined with seductiveness that Kupono brought to this piece. That was part of what made it so believable that Kayla couldn’t break away from him. And that chilling “I know she’ll be back” look at the end was so disturbing and right.
I’d say I’m disappointed, but I knew I wouldn’t like it and so it sort of lived up to my expectations.
Billy was very, very impressed. Whatever. Only because he didn’t see the original. Mary says this is her favorite routine of Mia’s and she thinks this was the best performance of the evening. She really loves it and thinks they were phenomenal.
Nigel says he’s been a bit disappointed this evening and part of that is because these routines were not choreographed for these particular dancers, but with someone else in mind. He points out that in the professional world you go in and do the choreography the way it was originally done because no one re-choreographs dances for the replacement performer. He thinks they were both fabulous and it was quite chilling.
And now we’re jumping right into the results. Cat gathers everyone on stage with her to break down who is safe (thus making the top ten), and which six dancers are in danger of going home. It shakes out like this: Eliana and Cyrus are both safe. Tiffany is safe, but George is in danger. Amelia is in danger with Will being safe. And then after some tomfoolery with Cat switching it up and throwing off my predictions based on stage placement, both Dareian and Janelle are in the bottom.
Nigel informs Cat that the judges would like to see all of them dance. This is because there is no guest performer and there is still lots of time to kill. Whatever the reason, I’m glad because the crap of one not dancing and the rest dancing and all the other bullshit is annoying. Either they should all dance or no one should (since they already know who they’re sending home anyway). Anyway, Amelia is up first.