Ughhhhhhhhhhh. I'm sorry, what is the POINT of an elimination show if they aren't going to eliminate anyone? What a waste of an hour of our lives. I don't particularly care that their reasoning was to let America get to know the dancers better. If they are saying that all of these dancers are so great, then how is the decision next week going to be any easier, when it will apparently be two couples going home instead of the traditional one? It honestly just feels like a free pass to Mitchell, who didn't get to dance this week in the performance round.
Who I thought would've been eliminated, had they done it: Miranda and Mitchell.
Even so, I don't agree with all of the superlatives that Nigel was laying down for Jordan, who literally did maybe two dance steps in her entire solo. You want a tip on how to do a solo? Take a look at what Tadd did. He planned it out, he had it timed out so that he'd end it when the music ended. His was honestly the only solo that I thought was actually good. The rest (Clarice, Jess, Miranda, Robert and Mitchell) were all just sort of meh.
The only couple I was surprised did not get put into the bottom three was Ashley and Chris, whose hip hop last night I felt was a bit of a lame duck.
Anyway. I'm not spending any more time on this. Am I the only one annoyed, or is everyone else too?
As a final aside, I happened to be at The Grove tonight and I saw Melanie and Sasha (and Natalia) walking through Nordstrom. Two of my favorite dancers this season! It's one of the perks of living in Los Angeles, I suppose.
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