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So You Think You Can Dance: Season 9, Episode 3 :: Audition 4

Jun 07, 2012

This week on So You Think You Can Dance (Season 9, Episode 3), the judges continue their audition tour in Atlanta. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Audition 4,” which aired on June 7, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Atlanta Auditions

You wouldn’t believe the talent in Atlanta, Georgia, unless you saw it for yourself. Everything from b-boy and hip hop to contemporary. There was so much talent, in fact, that the show wasted little time airing the untalented.

Dragon House

Three guys from the Dragon House dance crew performed their unique hip hop/b-boy routines, each somehow outdoing the last. Boris Penton gave a mesmerizing performance to piano music and Andre Ruckler wowed the judges. But it was Cyrus “Glitch” Spencer who stole the show with his genius machine-like moves.

Obsessed

We also met a Selena Gomez-obsessed karate instructor named Tim Conkel, who impressed the judges with his dance-karate combo. But Nigel wouldn’t give him the ticket until he proved he had a little ballet in him. There was also a bacon-obsessed 21-year-old named Danielle Dominguez, who is a self-proclaimed “strange dancer.”

Talented Dancers

Belly dancer Janelle Issis stunned Nigel with her beautiful look, stunning eyes and sexy dance moves. Courtney Kirby, brought her biggest fan to watch her dance - her grandmother, who took Nigel’s seat at the judges panel. Redneck b-boy Asher Walker revealed his skills, along with his dream of becoming Justin Bieber’s back-up dancer. And finally, the best contemporary dancer of the night was former track star George Lawrence II, whose dad is not too supportive of his decision to quit track and pursue dance.

Have Your Say

Who was your favorite dancer of the night? Tell us in our comment section below!

 

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