Cole’s solo is next and his mom tells us how wonderful he is. Shocking!
Kick their asses son!
Now it’s time for Witney’s all-star pairing. She gets Marko and a Ray Leeper lyrical jazz number. The story of this number is that they are getting married, but Witney wants to bail at the altar and Marko is trying to keep her from leaving. Runaway Bride, the dance.
It’s a nice number, but not the WOW that a couple of them have had this evening. Witney danced well here, but I am really ready for her to go. I’m not sure if that’s making me like this less or not, but there you go.
Mary is really happy to see Marko dancing on their stage again and she loves Witney in this piece. She thinks it was fabulous.
Christina thinks it was really lovely and that they know Witney is not just a ballroom dancer because she does things that ballroom dancers don’t do. So she wants to call her just a dancer dancer. Is it just me or was that a backhanded compliment? One thing Christina does think is that Witney’s hairography gets in her way a lot of the time. And then she pats herself on the back for coming up with a new word, “hairography”.
Why yes, I DO watch a lot of Glee. Why do you ask?
Nigel points out that they have saved Witney several times throughout the season and that’s because everyone thinks she is a star. Does this mean she’s going home tonight? I’m getting a little excited here!
Don’t tease me Nigel!
The first and only time you’ll ever hear that from me.
It’s time for Eliana’s solo. Guess what? Her mom thinks she’s awesome too!
Her stepdad looks like he thinks she’s fabulous also, doesn’t he?
The last of the all-stars pair ups is Cyrus’, and he’s got a Christopher Scott dubstep piece and is partnered with Comfort. They talk about how hard it is and how it needs to be clean and precise. Christopher looks like he is having a blast working with these two.
The tutting section was SICK! I really liked this routine a lot, but if I’m going to be honest, I thought Comfort outdanced Cyrus. She seemed to sit more comfortably in the routine (no pun intended) while Cyrus was a bit rigid in his movement. At the end of the day I think it was really good, but it didn’t do anything to make me further appreciate what Cyrus brings to the table. I’m where I was last week with him; love the guy, but wish he was gone from the competition. Sigh.