'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Top 10 Dancers Are Safe?
'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Top 10 Dancers Are Safe?
Kim Stempel
Kim Stempel
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
This was an amazing week of entertainment on So You Think You Can Dance. There were breathtaking routines and we learned who has earned a coveted position in the top ten. Sadly, we had to say goodbye to four couples this week: Carly Blaney, Emily James, Serge Onik, and Teddy Coffey.

So what does fate have in store for the remaining dancers? Let's try our best to figure out which So You Think You Can Dance competitors may be in danger of elimination. Will your favorite dancer be safe?

The Best of the Night

Jessica Richens and Casey Askew were a new couple since their partners went home last week. This duo, and the fabulousness that is one Travis Wall, combined to produce one of the best dances of the season, in my opinion. Their contemporary number was pure magic -- plain and simple.

Another one of my favorite pieces was the hip-hop routine danced by Valerie Rockey and Ricky Ubeda. The Pharside and Phoenix piece was about a voodoo doll and the witch doctor that created her. It had swag, fun, and incredible feats like Valerie's leg wave during a side split. Please, don't try that at home! Nigel once again called Valerie and Ricky a "power couple," and I am starting to agree with him.

A Mandy Moore contemporary number, danced by Tanisha Belnap and Rudy Abreu, was all about seduction. It was sexy, steamy, and another one of my favorite routines. The lifts were fantastic, and Tanisha and Rudy have chemistry to spare. I think they will be safe next week.

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Who Is In Danger?

Bridget Whitman and Emilio Dosal's jazz number, choreographed by Ray Leeper, was about demons coming to Earth to try and persuade people to sell their souls. The routine was very good, but it just failed to dazzle alongside the other numbers. That alone could put Bridget and Emilio in jeopardy.

The Paso Doble danced by Jacque LeWarne and Zack Everhart, Jr. also falls into this category. It was certainly dark and aggressive, but for some reason the vampire theme didn't strike my fancy. This couple just didn't stand-out compared to other pieces that raised the performance bar. Are Jacque and Zack in danger of going home? I certainly think so.

Tune in next time to see if your favorite dancer will move on in the So You Think You Can Dance competition. 

So You Think You Can Dance airs Wednesdays at 8pm on FOX

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