So You Think You Can Dance:Top 6 Performance Show, Live Thoughts
It's down to the final six on FOX's So You Think You Dance and everyone's got an opinion on who should win.  By now, the fix have proven that they deserve to be there and America will have the tough choice of cutting it down to the final four.  It's in your hands and I'll be here live for the next hour taking you through the performances.

Time for the opening bit where they all show off a trick or two.  Sabra looks cute as always.  Danny shows off some gymnastics tricks.  Lacey struts and is barely dressed.  Pasha and Lauren do some fancy footwork and of course, Neil spins seven hundred times.  Cat lets us know they'll dance with partners twice and do one solo each.  Tonight's judges are (of course) Nigel and Mary along with Debbie Allen.

Pasha is up first, choosing Lacey as his partner.  They'll be doing a waltz and hip hop.  Up first is their hip hop routine where Lacey plays a mannequin.  It's interesting although Lacey didn't dance the whole first minute, just posed, and it had a stupid ending.  The judges are fans.

Up next is a solo in their own style and Sabra is up first.  She comes out with lots of energy, dances great as usual.  To vote for Sabra call 1-888-TEMPO-01.

Commercials - back soon!  What did you guys think so far?

Danny gets paired with Lauren, not sure how I feel about that.  They got contemporary and disco which made me breathe a sigh of relief.  I LOVE Mia Michaels!  Mia said something about aliens but I don't get it since they're just running around in pajamas.  I don't get it but it was danced well.  Judges call it incredible.  Nigel - nice shout out to the camera man.

Next solo is Pasha who is dancing around a real mannequin.  I'm laughing at the cheesiness of it.  To vote for Pasha, call 1-888-TEMPO-02.

Time for commercials.  Does anyone hate number fingers as much as me?

Reminder that concert tickets go on sale Saturday morning and I'll be buying mine!  Show's back and Neil has been paired with Sabra for jazz and paso doble.  First up is a jazz piece that is a business negotiation.  Choreographer Mandy Moore makes great use of the table.  I think it's good but not as good as the first two but the judges are on board with them.

Another solo performer is up and it's Lauren.  Everyone needs to pick up the phone for this girl.  Call 1-888-TEMPO-03.

More commercials.  Question to ponder: which guy does the best jumps?

Lacey and Pasha are back with a smooth waltz which usually doesn't thrill me but I'm keeping an open mind.  They're dancing it well as far as I can tell but it's not exciting me.  Maybe it's just the style.  Yeah, it was the style, because the judges like it.  Mary just used nine terms in a row I didn't understand!  Fallaway, slip pivot, something or other-ness, whatever it is, Pasha did it well.

Another solo is on and Neil is up.  His tumbling moves are so effortless.  I think he did a good job.  To vote for Neil, call 1-888-TEMPO-04.

Lauren and Danny are back with their disco routine.  I think they had better chemistry the first time they danced together but that Mia Michaels should piece should help push them towards the finale.  As far as disco goes, the judges' good mood continue and they get high praise.

Lacey's solo is up next and she uses her sex appeal to win us over.  She dances well but as always, resorts to her sexiness.  To vote for Lacey, call 1-888-TEMPO-05.

Commercial time.  What did you think of Lacey's solo?

Neil and Sabra are back with their paso doble.  It's not as exciting as the first and nobody's is for that matter.  Everyone's first routine was better.  Neil just did an awesome lift with Sabra and a flashy ending which brought it up a notch.  Nigel thinks one of them could win this.  Perhaps!

Danny's solo is last and he is amazing as usual.  He doesn't deserve the flack he's been getting for his attitude early on in the competition.  To vote for Danny, call 1-888-TEMPO-06.

Ok show's over, people.  Is it me or did the judges back off with critiques?

- Gina Scarpa, BuddyTV Staff Writer
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