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Each week she is a shining star and she loved the ending move. He offered to Cole to think of movement quality and contrast in a performance for something Cole could learn. He was a little disappointed with the contact with Anya. He needed to get sexy with Anya first and then in the performing. My thoughts: I guess this is the downside of having an emotional episode last week of all my favorite Mia Michaels’ routines: I was very bored tonight; nothing was moving me to want to pick up the phone to vote. The synchronization of the two dancers must have been extremely difficult, especially during those moments they could not see each other.
Benji and Travis’ dance of the nerds was memorable. Usually I have chills with every dance Travis choreographs, but this one not. Nigel said it was his favorite routine of the night and that Eliana was his favorite of all time on the series. Mary said it was her favorite of the night as well. It reminded me of his comments last year to the two guys that one of the girls would win the competition for which he later apologized. It would have been nice to have seen something different. With her, too, I think I have seen all these moves in previous solos. Tags: "Best Thing I Never Had", "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (District 78 Remix)", "Fangs (District 78 Remix)", "Holy Ghost (Helicopter Showdown and Sluggo Remix)", "How It Ends", "I Believe", "Leave", "Like A Criminal", "Love Me Tender", "Passacaglia", "The Game Has Changed", "The Nutcracker Suite (Pas De Deux)", "The Time is Now", "When You're Good To Mama", "Without You", Adam Levy and Norah Jones, Alex Wong, Allison Holker, animator, ballet, ballroom, Beyonce, Broadway, Bruton APM Studios, California, Cat Deeley, Chehon Wespi-Tschopp, Chicago--The Musical (1996 Broadway Revival Cast, Christopher Scott, competition, contemporary, Cyrus "Glitch" Spencer, Daft Punk, dance, De Votch Ka, District 78, Dmitry Chaplin, Dragon House, Eliana Girard, elimination, entertainment, Fantasia, Fox, Fox Broadcasting, Fox VIP, France, Glitch meets Twitch, Harry Nilsson, Hilda Bowen, Hilda Clark, Hilda Clark Bowen, hip-hop, hot tamale train, Jason Gilkison, jazz, Jean Sok, Johann Johannsson, judging, KPM Studio Artists, Little Red Lung, Los Angeles, lyrical hip-hop, Madd Chadd, Marat Daukayev, Mary Murphy, Messinian, Moloko, Nigel Lythgoe, Once--A New Musical (Original Broadway Cast), Paris, paso doble, PBMom, pole dancing, Queen Latifah, Ray Leeper, Rob Marshall, rumba, Season 9, So You Think You Can Dance, Stacey Tookey, Stephen 't Witch' Boss, SYTYCD, Tessandra Chavez, Tiffany Maher, Travis Wall, Tyce Diorio, Will Wingfield I had this big long write up I planned to type up this weekend, but I decided to do some intense yard work and hurt my dominant hand in the process.
One more episode to go–to crown not just one winner but two: America’s favorite girl and guy. You know that the show is going to reward her from being paired all these weeks with Cyrus.
Lending critiques to the evening’s performances are resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. I enjoy Cyrus and I think Eliana has elevated his technique all these weeks; it is time for her to have a chance in the spotlight.
It was a great opening number and a very smart move on the part of the choreographer, knowing that Cyrus’ lack of technique would not work in this situation. Nigel made mention that the choreographer, Marat Daukayev, was the principal dancer with the Kirov Ballet. Both were so good at emotional routines and were incredible. My thoughts: I am not a big fan of this style on the show. Tiffany does not even look like she is sweating (I hate her–not really). They felt Tiffany and Brandon had a great connection and it was a great party. I think he might be in danger for this week’s eliminations (that will be announced next Wednesday).
The judges: Nigel thought Eliana had secured her place in the industry. It does showcase athleticism and gymnastics, but this is more of a dance in which one participates, not for a competition. Cat Deeley thought it was Saturday Night Fever On Steroids. Benjamin said that she had a chance to be fearless tonight because of Brandon’s partnering. It looked better the second time I watched versus the first time because I was still irritated with that app. Unfortunately, I kept trying to stick Dmitry in there and knew how much better it would be with him in there.