After another fantastic round of So You Think You Can Dance
competition, we had to say farewell to two more competitors: ballroom dancers Brooklyn Fullmer and Marcquet Hill. Once again, the judges went with America's vote. Not only did this couple audition together, but they went home at the same time, too.
So who is in jeopardy of going home next? This week, four dancers will be cut. Let's take a look back at the performances and try and predict what the So You think You Can Dance
future holds for these talented dancers.
The Best of the Night
Travis Wall worked his magic with another contemporary routine that amazed. Bridget Whitman and her partner, Emilio Dosal, danced a piece about a person struggling to escape from his past. The dancers danced in between a metal head rail and foot rail of a bed. It was moody, dark, and absolutely stunning.
Another one of my favorite pieces was a Dave Scott hip-hop routine performed by Tanisha Belnap and Rudy Abreu. It was slinky, sexy, and had plenty of swag. Rudy performed well again, but as a woman with a poison kiss, Tanisha stole the show.
Carly Blaney and Serge Onik's Mandy Moore contemporary routine, which was about desire, also dazzled. It was lovely in its simplicity, as well as emotionally gripping. The judges praised both dancers for their growth every week.
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Who Is In Danger?
I think that Jessica Richens may be in trouble this week. Her partner, Marcquet Hill, went home. Jessica has lost her partner for the last two weeks in a row. This puts any dancer in a vulnerable spot. Her performance in the foxtrot wasn't great, but it wasn't awful either. It just wasn't on par with the other competitors.
Casey Askew is in the same boat. His partner, Brooklyn, was sent home. Their hip-hop routine was lacking in swag and the dancers failed to get low. Casey didn't stand out in this routine, which may mean he won't capture enough viewer votes to avoid elimination.
Emily James and Teddy Coffey's salsa failed to ignite for several reasons. Emily slipped, but recovered very well. The judges praised her professionalism. I thought that this salsa seemed clunky in several parts. We also learned that Emily dislocated her shoulder the morning of the performance. I think that both Emily and Teddy held back a bit because of her injury. Will that definitely put this duo in danger? It definitely could, but kudos to Emily for performing with that injury.
Tune in next time to see if your favorite dancer will move on in the So You Think You Can Dance competition.
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