I mean. I'm not at all surprised at who was let go tonight, but I do think one couple that should've been in the bottom three only was saved because one person within that couple has a devoted following. Once the couples get shaken up, the other person is going to have a hard time. That's my prediction. My vague prediction. But I think you all know who I'm talking about. Who could it be other than Sasha and Alexander? Seriously.
The couples that were in danger tonight, however:
Ashley and Chris
Jordan and Tadd
Ryan and Ricky
No huge surprises other than Sasha and Alexander should've been in there in place of either Ryan and Ricky or Jordan and Tadd, who both had okay nights but not great ones yesterday evening. In terms of solos, I thought the only two who really had good ones were Chris and Tadd. Which is a shame, because I just knew they'd send Chris home as soon as that bottom was revealed. Yeah, Chris has had some trouble with his dances, but he seems like such a sweet guy. I can't help but root for him. But if I had to choose between him and Tadd, I'd have to go with Tadd. The rest of the solos, however, were more of the same, which, thankfully, Nigel pointed out. The solos need to be planned and they need to be great if you want to stay, that's the bottom line. Ashley was the girl to get the boot this time around, which came as no surprise either. You know, they haven't split up any couples at all this season? Kinda lame.
Only one more week and then it's top 10 time. What! Already? Yep. The only thing that is going to be weird is that they'll be bringing back the all stars for the top ten, supposedly. But does that then mean the top 10 dancers from this season will only be doing one dance a week instead of the usual two that usually happens? Because I like it when they do two. Humph. I guess we'll find out soon enough.
That's all for this week. Au revoir, Ashley and Chris!
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