Holla Gasmi! Tonight the couples will be taking to the dance floor twice (finally), hoping to secure a place in the top ten and on the tour. And the randomness of the picks continues to be suspect. Also? Tyce should shut the fuck up. THIS. Is So You Think You Can Dance (dance….dance)!
LOVE Cat’s look tonight.
This week’s super special guest judge will be Tyce.
Is it just me, or does he look a little creepy here?
And, of course, The Screecher and Dr. Teeth are also on hand to judge. But enough of that! We’ve got twelve dances to get through and only two hours to do it!
First up are Melissa and Ade. They will be dancing a disco choreographed by none other than Doriana Sanchez. I predict a lotta lifts. Doriana tells us that style in disco is really important because if you don’t get it right, it can look a little cheesy. I thought looking cheesy was the point of disco.
Ade thinks it’s going to go either really good, or really bad. Thanks Ade! I was thinking it could go really bad or really good, so I’m glad you cleared that up for me. Doriana thinks they should pray to the disco gods.
Disco is dead, bitch!
They’re dancing to “Move On Up” by Destination. It looks like Cat may have had some material left over from her dress last week, because Ade is dressed like a human disco ball. He definitely out dances Melissa in this dance, but I have to say, she’s holding her own here.
There are a lotta lifts and spins, and it gets me thinking about if the other guys are strong enough to lift her. Brandon is, for sure, but I don’t think Kupono, Evan or Phillip are. Not sure about Jason. They do a decent job of it, Melissa is a little too choppy, but she does better than I thought she would. There are a ton of spins at the end going right into their ending pose, and Melissa falls, but she goes with it, which I appreciate.
Nigel thinks it was an incredible start to the evening. Disco is supposed to be exciting, and that was exciting. But you know what’s funny about it? Next week the American Ballet Theater is going to be in L.A. and they’re doing Romeo and Juliet. HAHAHAHA…..wait. What? How exactly is that funny? Oh, because Melissa and Ade danced Romeo and Juliet last week! HAHA……wait. I still don’t get it. Oh, what if ABT dances disco at intermission? H. Never mind.
Nigel also thinks that if you’re going to fall on your ass (Melissa) you should do it at the end of the routine. I completely disagree with that one. If you’re going to fall on your ass, the best place to do it is at the beginning. You still have a chance at that point to make everyone forget you fell. When you fall at the end, it’s the last thing you’ve done. You’re dumb, Nigel.
Oh Shit. Mary’s off her meds today. She’s already screeching and shouting for Tyce to give her an amen. My ears may not survive the evening. She thinks everyone needed a little disco pick-me-up, and they sure picked her up, yes they did. She thought all the lifts were tremendous, and says that usually a ballet dancer would be really stiff doing a disco, but Melissa was fabulous.
Tyce thinks that was frigging great. He adores Melissa. He thinks Ade was fantastic. And then says something about disco from the ’70′s not being store bought. Wha?
Someone’s been spending time with Toni Basil, I think.
Next up are Kayla and Kupono, dancing contemporary with Mia. REALLY? That random hat sure does like this couple, doesn’t it? Mia tells us that this piece is about addiction. Mia thinks that everyone has had or will have an experience with wanting something that’s not good for you. Kupono is the addiction; Kayla is trying to break free from him. I understand what that’s like as I’ve struggled with my own addiction.
I will never break free from it!
Nor do I want to! Mia wants Kupono to have a sinister smirk on his face because he knows she’ll be back. He says this piece is hitting really close to home for him because a really good friend of his had an addiction to drugs that nearly destroyed his family. He’s having a hard time being the drug or addiction. Awwww. He made me get all teary eyed.
They’re performing to “Gravity” by Sara Bereilles, and WOW. This is a strong piece. I love it. There are sections where it looks like he’s controlling her and parts where she’s trying to break away. Kupono’s character work in the piece is amazing. He looks incredibly sinister and scary and like he’s loving every minute of it.
It’s no secret that I haven’t been the hugest Kayla fan. While she’s a good dancer, her performances have left me pretty cold. Not this one. This was the first time I really felt like she connected emotionally to a piece. I felt the desperation from her, the struggle to break free. Like I said before, I really loved this piece. SO MUCH.
Nigel thinks it was a very powerful piece of choreography. I agree. I think Mia may earn another Emmy nomination for that piece. Nigel says that he would like to see Kayla more, he is bugged by her hair in her face. Then perhaps you should have a conversation with the hair and makeup people, Nigel. Sheesh!
He calls Kupono malevolent and brilliant in it. Again, I agree. This is the thing about Kupono for me; he is not technically a strong dancer. His leaps, turns, etc are some of the weakest in the remaining boys, BUT he knows how to play a character. He did it in the crash test dummy routine also. He knows how to sell the performance. I just wish he was a better dancer.
Mary agrees with me saying that it’s one of the best things he does on this program. She thinks Kayla is flawless every week. Oh, and they’re staying on the train. Tyce says the amazing thing about working with Mia is that you add a level to yourself and become an actor. He thinks the best dancers are the best actors; you don’t just bring steps onto the stage, you are embodying the whole experience. I agree with that. You can be technically amazing and still leave people cold (ahem, Kayla).
Moving on to Jason and Caitlin. For their first dance they will be doing the foxtrot with Tony Meredith &
Bette Midler Melanie LaPatin.
Come see me in Vegas!
Tony tells us it’s going to be an American style fox trot with a jazzy twist. So basically this will be as much a foxtrot as the waltzes are waltzes on this show. Caitlin is excited to be elegant and pretty this week. I’ll bet that excitement plummets once she sees the outfit they’ve decided to dress her in.
It’s hard to make a girl as skinny as Caitlin look frumpy, but kudos to the costume department, they’ve really outdone themselves this time. The dress is so ugly I’m having a hard time paying attention to the dancing. They do a passable job of it, it’s just not anything to write home about.
Nigel thinks Caitlin made it all look very simple and easy when it wasn’t. He also thinks that Jason’s footwork was very very good. Mary thought it was tremendous. Were we watching the same dance? Does she know what tremendous means? Someone please get the woman a dictionary.
Mary’s snapping and Cat says Mary stole Tyce’s snaps, so he snaps louder. Why? I don’t care. He thinks they both look like stars tonight, but that they could have glided more. He wants more in Caitlin’s eyes; more about why she’s here.
Yep. Just like that.
HOLY SHIT. The next couple is Phillip and Jeanine, dancing the kalinka, a Russian folk dance with these folks.
Whatever sort of train wreck you are imagining this will be…..it is worse. Far far worse. First of all, Phillip and Jeanine look like they have escaped from the It’s a Small World ride. The makeup people have even put rouge on Phillip’s cheeks completing the puppet/animatron look.
Also not helping? The cheestastic faces Phillip is making. I know he’s trying to show personality but he ends up looking like a little kid smiling through his first dance recital. Jeanine tries, but really? The dance is awful.
Nigel loved it. Just kidding! He thinks this is a difficult one because they ask the dancers to try anything and everything that they throw at them, but he doesn’t think they should have thrown THAT. He then proceeds to insult the choreographers and Russian folk dancing. He thinks it was too folky. You know, for FOLK dancing. He also thinks you need a lot of vodka to go with it. Amazingly the choreographers’ reactions are not shown. I can only imagine what they were thinking.
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You know, I don’t necessarily disagree with him about the inclusion of this style, but shouldn’t he have thought about that before putting it on the show? Perhaps a little more research next time, Nigel.
Mary gives a weak woo to start and says let’s talk about the positive. Jeanine had great energy. Mary believed she was a Russian folk dancer. Phillips flip leg twists across the stage were good. That’s about all she’s got. Nigel butts in at the end of her critique to say they have another routine and they need to really bring it for that one.
Tyce agrees, but he doesn’t agree. He wants to talk about how they executed the dance they were given. Jeanine is fabulous. He thought this would be horrible for Phillip, but Phillip socked him and changed his mind.
Let’s leave the wreckage behind for someone else to clean up and move along to the next
train wreck routine. This one features Evan and Randi doing a hip hop number by Tabitha and Napoleon. The story is that they are a young couple finding out that they’re having a baby. Oooookay. Randi subscribes to the Ade school of thought telling us it could be great, or it could be disastrous.
Right now I could be nervous, or I could be shitting my pants.
The dance is performed to “Halo” by Beyonce and starts with Evan looking at a ring. Plech. I want to like this dance, I really do, but it is impossible. First of all, they are way too cutesy cute in it. They don’t hit it hard enough. The choreography is L-A-M-E. I love Evan, but this dance is just not good for me.
It’s supposed to be dope, not dopeY.
Nigel is flabbergasted that they are only getting around to marriage after making a baby. He loved that Tabitha and Napoleon didn’t ask them to be urban. “They just let you be you to a hip hop feel.” Wouldn’t that be an urban feel then? I’m confused.
Mwua ha ha ha…..our vanillaization of hip hop is almost complete!
Mary thinks she was expecting a train wreck tonight. She didn’t think they had it in them to perform a hip hop number. They didn’t perform a hip hop number, Mary. This routine was total wonder bread. She goes on to say she kept looking at Evan thinking he was gonna fuck it up, but he didn’t. She is over the top with the compliments on this one!
Tyce thinks that there was good storytelling in the routine. And Evan needs to find more. Or do the breast stroke.
You know what would have been a great routine? If Randi’s character was like eight months pregnant and hadn’t seen Evan for all that time and was telling him he was the daddy. He could’ve tried to run away, she could have waddled after him. It could have ended with her going into labor. Think about it.
The last couple to go in this first round of dances is Brandon and Janette. They will be doing the Argentine tango choreographed by Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo who performed on the show a few weeks ago. Brandon tells us that this dance exudes sex. Poor Brandon. Does anyone think Brandon exudes sex?
But you all know who does, right?
Oh, like you couldn’t see that one coming a mile away!
Janette says that they’re struggling to find that intimacy with each other. Yeah, keep looking Janette. She’s also having a blast during rehearsal because Brandon doesn’t speak Spanish and everyone else does. YAY! It’s so fun when your partner doesn’t know what you’re saying!
Are they saying I’m hot?
They’re dancing to “Libertango” from Forever Tango. They’ve got a ton of the leg flicks in there, and they’re both trying to sell the sultriness of it; I think Janette is more successful at that aspect of it than Brandon is. I liked it. Miriam and Leonardo seem to have incorporated a number of the same moves that they themselves danced a few weeks ago, but I think that shows just how well Brandon and Janette have done adapting to this style.
The judges loved it.
Although Tyce was the last one to stand up, so I wonder if he really wanted to stand, or if he felt like he had to because Nigel and Mary were both standing. Cat wants to know if Brandon and Janette have anything to say to their choreographers, and Janette pipes right up saying thank you. AND they’re amazing teachers, amazing choreographers, and thank you. That was nice.
Moving alo……oh. I guess now Nigel wants to talk. He should have just left it at the standing O. Nigel thinks for a ballroom routine it was as close to perfection as he’s seen on this stage ever. I disagree. I still think Danny and Lacey hold the title for their samba.
Cat asks Mary what she thinks, and Nigel says, “If that train ain’t coming there’s gonna be bloody trouble.” and then sticks his fingers
up his ass in his ears. She thinks the temperature is rising in here and it was outstanding. And then….
I lose all hearing in my left ear.
Tyce does the shimmy with Mary before telling them he thinks that they are a power couple. He loves their attention to detail, saying that they left no stone unturned. And then…..”It’s like when you make orange juice, like when you make fresh squeezed orange juice? Like you take the orange and you put it on that thing and then you like have to squeeze it and then you wait and all the juice has to come out. And you gotta get all the juice out. You can’t leave it like in there because that’s not good.” Also not good? Your orange juice analogy. I thought Lil C and Toni Basil were bad.
Shut up, Tyce
Meanwhile Mary is yapping away in the background like a little yippy dog, and my next door neighbor’s dog is in a frenzy right now. They really need to muzzle Mary occasionally. Or I need to invest in ear plugs.
So we’ve made it through the first set of dances, and I am looking forward to seeing what everyone dances next. Cat reminds us again that next week the couples are getting torn apart so they’ve asked everyone to talk about what they’re going to miss about their partner. Up first (for the second time), Melissa and Ade.
Melissa is going to miss everything about Ade. She gets all teary eyed as she tells us how great it’s been working with him. Ade has loved working with Melissa, calling her great and amazing. He says he’s getting emotional about not dancing with her anymore. I guess they’re forgetting that they could still get “randomly” assigned to each other.
This time around they’re dancing a waltz with Ron Montez. Ron tells us it’s a traditional waltz except that they are not restricted to dance hold. It breaks away and is freer in order to entertain. So, in other words, it will be more of a contemporary/waltz combo like every other waltz on this show anymore.
They’re dancing to Mary J. Blige’s cover of “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”. It’s a pretty dance, but as I suspected it is more contemporary or ballet in feel than waltz. There is not a lot of rise and fall, and there are a crap load of lifts. In fact, I think there are a few of the same ones from their pas de deux.
Ade has a nice little section where he gets to do a bunch of pirouettes and strut his stuff a little. They do a nice job overall. And Melissa does not fall on her ass this time around, so that’s good news.
Nigel thought it was very beautiful and that Ron did a great job of playing to their strengths. He praises Melissa on her lines and Ade on his strength. Mary also thought it was beautiful. But Ade was lacking power in his twinkles. OH NO!! Not weak twinkles! There’s just no coming back from that.
No worries though, Ade. She wasn’t looking at you all that much because she was mesmerized by Melissa. After confirming with Nigel that Melissa is older than dirt, Mary says she’s like a fine wine, peaking at the right time.
Mary’s also sad to see this partnership break. Well, she’s sad to see all the partnerships break. Nigel wants to know if that means he gets a break from her next week, and she tells him. “NO! Pipe down, English Muffin!” LMFAO! That was hilarious! If only Mary could be that funny all the time, I might not want to kill myself everything she starts screeching.
Ahhhhh, geezer love.
Cat moves on to Tyce calling him her little Brooklyn brownie. NO Cat. Nope. Tyce thinks Melissa looks beautiful, and when you dance to a song like “Natural Woman” you really need to rise to that occasion. Well, she didn’t shave her bush this week, what else do you want from her?
He thinks that things come so natural to Ade that sometimes it seems like he isn’t really working. He’d like to see him elongate his lines. “But very very well danced. But just for future. For both of you. But great. Thank you.” But more. But wonderful. Except not so much. Maybe more natural. Great. Thanks again. Both. Thanks.
Kupono and Kayla are up next; what will they miss about each other? Kayla is going to miss Kupono’s energy. He’s such a positive person. He makes her feel good and uplifted. Kupono is going to miss Kayla’s sweaty hands and feet. What about her b.o. and bad breath?
They’ll be doing a Broadway number choreographed by Joey Dowling. Oooooo, I can’t wait to see who she rips off this week! She says the dance is basically love at first sight. She wants to see the “ohmygosh” looks on their faces. She is so much nicer to these two than she was to Randi and Evan last week. I still think she’s a bitch and a hack.
So they’re dancing to “The Dance At The Gym” from West Side Story. LOVE that show. And Kayla is barefoot. Because that is what I always think of when I think of a Broadway number. Yep. All the shows I’ve seen the girls are always barefoot. Absolutely.
So here’s my little sidebar/rant on Broadway and this show. WHY can’t they do a decent Broadway number??? It is so frustrating to me. I really really really want Ryan to get on this show next season and then come back as a choreographer so that he can blow Tyce and Joey out of the water. I am so sick of these tepid numbers.
Don’t even get me started on the whole tap thing again either. Wait! I just started myself on it. There are so many Broadway shows with tap numbers in them. How about doing a Broadway number that brings that element in? It can’t be as bad as the god awful Russian folk dance!!!
Anyway, back to Kayla and Kupono. I don’t like it. This dance is the total opposite of their first one. That one was raw, and deep and emotional. This one is like cotton candy. In bare feet.
Nigel says this is sort of his period of time and that they didn’t capture the feel of that era. It was a tense, tight feeling, like always being in contraction. Gee, I wonder if that’s because the choreographer told them to be all lovey dovey?
Mary thought they did a really good job with it. They could have given more, but great job. Tyce first wants to thank Joey and says he’s danced with her before and she’s great. He then talks about how the original choreography in West Side Story is timeless and rooted in such truth. Well, I don’t think it’s their fault Joey Dowling gave them a piece that was more spun sugar than anything else. He says they needed to get down into the floor more. I’m so sick of telling him to shut up.
What will Jason and Caitlin miss about each other? Caitlin will miss Jason’s hugs. Yep. That girl looks like she needs lots and lots and LOTS of hugs. I’m sure he won’t miss having to give you all those hugs. He’s going to miss her quirkiness and stupid jokes. Emphasis on the stupid part.
For their second dance they’ve got a Mandy Moore lyrical jazz routine, danced to “Show Me Heaven” by Maria McKee. Jason is shirtless, so it has that going for it if you’re into shirtless guys. It also has some cool lifts in it, but I’m not really feeling it. The dance feels a little stilted, and when they do the lifts, I can see the set up.
That said, it’s still a lovely piece. I think they danced it well, I’m just not blown away by them. It’s sad really, because they’re both good technically, but they don’t do it for me as a couple, or from a performance standpoint.
Nigel says it’s obvious they’ve worked very very hard with Mandy and he enjoyed it. He thinks that technically they danced it very well, but he doesn’t see the chemistry between them. Mary sees quite a bit of chemistry between them, however, it wasn’t magic tonight. I don’t think it ever has been with them. She loved the piece but didn’t think it will be memorable.
Tyce thought that their lines were on, and the partnering Mandy gave them was tough, but he doesn’t want to see them playing it safe. He wants them to take it further.
Time for Phillip and Jeanine. They have drawn the jive. WOW. The jive and Russian folk dancing? That’s an unfortunate “random” pick. Before we get to their dance, let’s see what they have to say about each other. Jeanine says she’s taking it a lot harder than she thought she would. She says she’s gonna miss Phillip’s big heart, and that she’s been blessed to have been able to work with him. Phillip is gonna miss Jeanine’s uplifting spirit. He says she’s always stayed positive, and her kooky personality really helped the atmosphere.
Their jive is being choreographed by Tony and Melanie. I anticipate a total disaster. So the story of the piece is that Phillip is a sailor who’s been away for a while and instead of fawning all over him, his girl decides to tease him a little. There’s tush grabs and even some motorboating involved. FUN!
Oh! They’re dancing to “Stuff Like That There” by Bette Midler! I love this song. They try, they really do. It wasn’t nearly as bad as I was sure it was going to be, but it wasn’t all that good either.
So I expected a train wreck, and just got a slight derailment. That’s not too bad, right? The problem is that at this point in the competition, I really want to be blown away by what they’re doing. Not just this couple. ALL of them. And I’m not. I know it’s not fair to compare seasons, but I’m gonna do it anyway. Season three. Danny and Anya get a jive for their very first dance. Now, Danny is about one million times a better dancer than Phillip, and Anya trained in jive, but still. THAT was a jive. Wanna see it again?
By the way, that performance marked the first appearance of the now dreaded hot tamale train, so I guess we have Anya to thank for that. By comparison, this one looks like amateur hour. At one point Phillip slips and handles it nicely (like Melissa did earlier), but he’s way too cheesy for me in this. Nigel loved the choreography and thinks that this is the best Phillip has been out of his own style. I don’t really think that’s saying much. He thinks Jeanine is one of the best top ten dancers, and he will be surprised if she is not there next week.
Mary can guarantee that Jeanine is going to be here next week, yes she can. I guess that sucks for the other two girls if she lands in the bottom, eh? That’s really annoying. I hated it when Mia did it last week, and it pisses me off now. It’s one thing for them to say it when the decision is out of their hands, but to say you guarantee someone isn’t going anywhere when you’re still making the decision is a load of crap.
I don’t even listen to anything else she says after that because it irritates me so much. Tyce thinks he should call 1-888-FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC. He thinks what Phillip lacks in technique he makes up for in performance. And Jeanine is a star. Altogether it was a great package. While I didn’t hate it, it certainly did not deserve all the praise they just heaped upon it.
Next up, Randi and Evan. The thing Randi is going to miss the most about Evan is the look he gives her when he’s supposed to be hot for her.
Something tells me Evan doesn’t get laid very often
The thing Evan is going to miss the most about Randi is all the laughing they do in rehearsal. He knows whoever she’s partnered with next will have some good times with her. They do seem like they have a lot of fun together.
Their second dance of the evening is going to be a samba choreographed by Pasha and Anya. Oh Snap! I love these two! Pasha wants to know if they’re ready to be raw and wild.
Randi gets all giggly and tells us she’s embarrassed to look stupid. I think she needs to let go of that if she’s serious about being a dancer. There’s some wacked out choreography out there that you just have to go with and commit to without worrying about whether or not it makes you look stupid. Chances are if you’re worrying about looking stupid, you DO look stupid.
This dance is……..not good. At all. Randi is dancing heavy yet again, and is nowhere even close to sexy. Evan is wearing a costume that maybe would look hot on someone else, but is not doing him any favors at all.
It’s choppy, it’s clunky, and all it really does is make me wish Pasha and Anya were dancing it instead of these two. I think this dance is going to put them in some serious trouble. I’m talking bottom three.
Nigel says he does not look on Evan as a hot samba king. But he does think that he did everything that was required of him. However, he does think Randi is hot. What a surprise, Nigel’s boner is making a guest appearance YET AGAIN. But when he thinks about how Pasha and Anya would have done that dance, it was not as hot as he would have liked it. DUH. It was lukewarm at best!
Mary thinks it may not have been hot, but there was a slow sizzle going on. She thought it was a fabulous routine, and that they lived up to the partnering work. She thinks Evan wasn’t dynamic enough but Randi….
Tyce butts in as Mary starts to talk about Randi, and says that Evan needs to be like a detective with this thing. He brings up Danny and Lacey’s samba, and for the first time tonight I am like “Word, Tyce.” He thinks Evan should be like a detective and try to figure out what made that dance work. And now I want him to shut up again. He also thinks Evan isn’t giving enough, and that Randi carried the piece. BULLSHIT.
Now Mary starts whining about how she didn’t get to talk about Randi, and I’m really considering ripping my ears off so I don’t have to listen to either of them anymore.
SHUT THE FUCK UP!!
What Mary wants to make sure to say is that Randi is on the hot tamale train. RAN-DI. Just Randi. Not Evan. Randi’s hot. Evan’s not. Didja get that? Ahhhhhh! Make it stop!!
We’re down to the last dance of the evening. Brandon and Janette will be dancing a Wade Robson routine. LOVE HIM! But before we get to Wade, how do Brandon and Janette feel about getting split up as a couple?
Brandon is going to miss how Janette brought him out of his shell. He’s quiet and serious, she’s fun and loud and Cuban. Cuban, eh? I didn’t know that. She’s never mentioned it before. He likes being around her spicy positivity. I hope it doesn’t give him gas.
She’s nervous about losing him as a partner because he’s obviously so talented. She doesn’t think she would have gotten as far as she has without his help. That’s actually refreshing to hear her say that. I think Janette has done a great job adjusting to the styles, but I also agree with her that having such a strong dancer is a huge asset.
Wade’s routine is about two theives, with very precise and cartoony movement. I can tell from the rehearsal footage alone that I am going to love it. Of course, there’s very little that Wade does that I don’t love.
You didn’t like the foxes dance
Well, who did, Wade? Really. Who did? They’re dancing to “Ruby Blue” by Roisin Murphy, and Hoooooo-lee Shit, they have me from the very first move. This dance is all kinds of awesome, y’all. They start up on the balcony and make their way down to the stage, but I can’t even begin to describe how precise their moves are. This dance is da bomb.
I wish we could have an entire night of Wade Robson routines. I thought that Mia’s addiction dance was going to be my favorite of this evening, but then along comes Wade and blows her right out of the fucking water. Love it, love it, LOVE it.
Have I mentioned how much I love Wade?
Nigel says that with what they have done tonight they have show everyone that there isn’t anything they can’t do. He says Brandon started this competition with tough things happening to him (is that what we’re calling MIA and her bitch attitude?), but that’s changing now and he has so many people behind him.
But Janette shocks him because every time he looks at her picture, he sees it says “salsa” as her dance speciality. She’s been brilliant and keeping up with a dancer who’s had much more training than her. He will be shocked if they don’t get the most votes out of anyone tonight.
Mary says they saved the best for last. She loved how synchronized and hard hitting it was. And that’s really what made the dance. Can you imagine if it was weakly done, or not together? It would have been a total flop. She says they stoled everyone’s heart, including hers.
Tyce thinks they just have that thing. They’re in charge, they write their own ticket and they just get up there and do it. He says he’s proud and privileged to have seen this dance. He talks about what a strong voice Wade has in the industry and how he is inspired by him.
So that’s it Gasmi, what did you think of the dancers tonight? My predictions for bottom three are Phillip & Jeanine, Jason & Caitlin, and Randi & Evan. I think Kayla and Kupono should be safe based on the Mia routine alone, but could end up in the bottom just because of all the lingering Kayla hate. There is no way in hell Brandon and Janette are going anywhere.
I thought it was a strong show, and I’m anxious to see who moves on, and also how they handle next week when the partners get shifted around. I’ll be jumping right into the results show, so keep an eye out for it in the next day or so. Until then….