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So You Think You Can Dance 6 :: Top 18

So You Think You Can Dance 6
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  • Noelle and Russell performed hip-hop. It was a "tennis death match". The judges thought the speed of the dance overwelmed them. Mary felt that Russell won the match.

  • Ashleigh and Jakob performed the Vienese Waltz in which Jakob marries a married woman. The judges were weirded out by their kiss, especially since Ashleigh’s husband Ryan was somewhere in the studio. They loved the partnering work, but the judges were split on their dancing.

  • Bianca and Victor performed a soulful church dance. All the judges thought they danced well, but the style required more enthusasm. The characters weren’t strong enough.

  • Mollee and Nathan performed Bollywood. Mollee’s warrior prince was going to war against her will. Even though they’re the youngest couple, they’re becoming more mature and exciting.

  • Channing and Phillip performed the Samba. The judges could see their struggle, especially with the laboured tricks. But Mary loved Channing's "hip action," and felt that Phillip let her down.

  • Karen and Kevin performed hip-hop. Kevin played the mechanic while Karen played the attractive customer. Stunned by her sexiness, Adam Shankman fell off his chair. Mary called them hard-hitting, attriculate and confident.

  • Kathryn and Legacy performed contemporary. Kathryn was struggling with her fear, which was portrayed by Legacy. The judges loved the routine, and Adam Shankman felt proud of Legacy’s transformation.

  • Pauline and Peter pretended to be discarded characters from one of Van Gogh’s paintings. The dance made a statement, but the judges felt it might be contriversial. Fortunately, the dancing was very well done.

  • Ellenore and Ryan performed an Argentine Tango. Even though her skirt was caught in her heel, Ellenore danced on. The judges thought their performance was outstanding.

  • The judges chose the bottom four again this week: Noelle, Victor, Bianca and Phillip. Unfortunately, Bianca and Phillip, two of the season’s three tap dancers were sent home.


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