This just seems wrong.
Madison got a shout out too, but ALM says Tua has a gorgeous face but the dance isn’t quite there. Ouch. In the end, she picks Elizabeth. Not for technique, but because she made a striking first impression by being noticeable. ALM is already undermining her challenges and contradicting herself. What a twat.
The main event will be performed in trios, and Elizabeth chooses contemporary since it’s her strength. The theme will be Hollywood, which is not at all surprising given all the so-called “Hollywood” competitions ALDC tends to go to.
Yvette interviews that she’s surprised Elizabeth won since her technique is not that good. Why she whispers the last part, I do not know. You know you’re being filmed right? Then she offers up another of wise sayings that people who think they’re all that and a bag of chips have been eating too many bags of chips. She should write greeting cards.
Our first trio is Jordyn, Lexine, and Asia doing a hip hop number. Their guest choreographer is Bobby Newberry, whose name Kelly feels the need to add a finger flourish to.
“This means he eats dick burritos.”
Asia lets us know that hip hop is her thing, so she’s in her element here. She does also serve a pretty mean face performance. She’s very skilled for only being 6 years old.
But those overalls need to go.
Hadley, Madison, and Zack are in the jazz trio. Once again, a kid feels confident because it’s her strength. Yvette keeps interrupting the choreographer Gina Starbuck, who clearly doesn’t appreciate it. Shut your trap and let the professional do her job, mkay? I don’t see Gina pulling the cock out of your mouth when you’re at work, Yvette, so calm the fuck down. Gina thankfully tells the moms to cut it with the faces their pulling. When Gina leaves, Yvette takes it upon herself to run the kids through their routine. If I were Zack or Madison, I would have told that old troll to stop bothering me.
The contemporary trio is Elisabeth, Brianna, and some basic bitch whose name I don’t even know yet, led by Anthony Burrell. He quickly tells Elizabeth to stop looking at her mother since she can’t do anything for her.
This ginger is so boring, I don’t even have a joke for her. Snorepie with yawn sauce.
Joyce Chittick teaches the tap trio of Tua, Kyleigh Jai (ugh that literally hurt to type), and Tessa. Tua is obviously struggling with the combination, and her mother’s hateful face isn’t helping at all. And tua is crying again. Get it together, girl, you are not going to last up in this piece.