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Wow. Am I dreaming or did we actually have some exciting performances this time around? I have to admit, I’m in a little bit of shock over it since the majority of this season has been about 152 shades of grey for me. Not that I’m complaining; better late than never I guess!
She’s so great that way, isn’t she? She reminds us that after tonight we’ll be down to four dancers and then we’re ready to jump into tonight’s group dance.
I really liked this number a lot. It was really great to see Eliana and Chehon paired up together, and I thought as a whole they all did really well. Honestly, I didn’t even pay attention to whether or not Cyrus was even dancing because I was so happy watching everyone else. Kudos to Sonya on this one.
Something sort of adorable happens while Cat introduces the dancers this week. As each of the guys come out, they each do a “C” sign with their hands and then mimic each others’ styles, sort of like a little homage to each other. Chehon does the martial arts fusion thing, Cyrus attempts to look like a ballet dancer, and Cole does a little bit of popping.
I always love just how much the dancers all seem to really like each other on this show. Every season that always seems to shine through. Anyway, I had to mention it because it totally made me smile.
Cat starts out by reminding us that next week’s final four show will be on Tuesday night rather than Wednesday and I am now convinced that Fox is done with this show. Why the hell would you move it to a different night for the last two performances?
So stupid. Also, in case you haven’t already realized, tonight’s dances actually don’t count for anything other than showing off what the dancers can do. Again, not complaining, just a bit baffled by the wonky format this year.
Tonight the dancers will be dancing three times each: a solo, a dance with an all-star, and a dance with a fellow contestant. Also, tonight the judges have no power to “save” someone (or send them home as I like to call it). That’s right; it all comes down to America’s vote tonight.
As always we’ve got Nigel and Mary at the judges’ table, and joining them for a second time this season is Christina Applegate. Eh. It’s not that I don’t like Christina, I actually do and I think she’s gives some really great critiques. I was just hoping that maybe we’d get DEBBIE ALLENat least once this year.