The 'SYTYCD' Top 6: Who's Going Home?
The 'SYTYCD' Top 6: Who's Going Home?
This week on So You Think You Can Get Injured, it's Billy Bell's turn to go to the sidelines. Is he saying goodbye?

Well, who knows? I think he won't be saying goodbye -- after all, the doctors suggested that the injury isn't serious, and it seems Billy skipped this week to rest. Then again, there's still the possibility that we'll lose a third dancer to injury in as many weeks, making the composition of the final five contestants a puzzling one, indeed.

But I'm as optimistic as Nigel Lythgoe and the doctors this week, so I'll say that we'll see Billy perform next week. And judging from your votes on last night's poll, as well as the thought bubbles BuddyTV's SYTYCD watchers -- me, of course, and I'm sure you've met the new captain of the ship, Tara Spicer? -- have made up, things will really be looking up. No, I don't intend to sound harsh, but from where we stand there's only one plausible choice for elimination, right?

Poll results from last night's live recap:

Jose Ruiz -- 69%
Billy Bell -- 28%
Adechike Torbert -- 3%

Tara Spicer's bottom three:

Injured Billy will be joined by:

Adechike Torbert
Jose Ruiz

If history is any indication, Billy will not be moving forward tonight thanks to an injured knee. If he gets to stay however (fingers tightly crossed) I think Jose will be next on the chopping block. Adechike won't win this show, but I predict his moving performance this week will keep him in the race a bit longer.

Henrik Batallones' bottom three:

Injured Billy will be joined by:

Jose Ruiz
Robert Roldan

I don't really think Robert will be in the bottom three, but I put his name on the list to prove a point: that third slot could be anyone. Two things are certain, though: Billy will be well enough to dance next week (I'm optimistic!) and Jose will go home. He's run out of steam, just as Adechike slowly begins to unravel.

We're closer to the finale, and only one thing's for sure: it's going to be a really, really bumpy ride. Please, don't let it be another withdrawal...

(Image courtesy of Fox)


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