|To haunt all of our nightmares.|
Jade Zuberi. Really great pop locker/animator. Very engrossing. He wanted to tell a story with his movement and I think he did. Straight to Vegas.
Amy Yakima. Extended jazz thing with her dad, oh jeez. She has a tendency to be a hair flailer, but a decent dancer nonetheless, uses the whole stage. Straight to Vegas.
Morgan Williams. Great lines. Good control for being so tall, not gangly at all. Straight to Vegas despite Nigel trying to psych out with a fake out suggestion of sending him to choreo.
Will "Sysko" Green. The jit, style of dance created in Detroit, not really sure how to describe it. Kind of haphazard to me. Mary requests him to do hip roll and has to go up on stage and sit in a chair for him. I confess that's where he became much more interesting to me, and where that picture of Nigel above came from. To choreography. Tries to freestyle in choreography and told to head home.
Tyrone Cobham. Tapper. Probably one of the best tappers we've seen on the show, right? The judges are very effusive about him. Honestly I think he could go far if he can do other stuff. Straight to Vegas.
Darryl "Smiles" Harrell. Krump. Part of a crew, maybe called Fade or Fame. To choreo. Too much for him, no Vegas.
DeFonte "Prince Charming" Thomas. The other featured dancer from the crew. He's pretty all over the place, mish mosh of styles. Exotic dancing kind of showing through. Choreo. To Vegas for this one, he looked like he was a pretty quick learner.
Well, that's all for now! Next week: Austin. More Los Angeles.
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