Monday, December 14, 2009

So You Think You Can Dance Season 6: Recap, Only the Highlights

All I have to say after last week was, I cannot believe Mollee was eliminated; she had the best dancing night of her life last Tuesday. The only reason I can believe this happened is because she came up too late in the competition. Legacy and the other guys were at the same level for a long time, and this was just a matter of who the public liked more. He was a formidable opponent, and I know he will be a star.

Mollee and Jakob performed a Jason Gilkison Viennese Waltz to "Ordinary Day" by Vanessa Carlton. Adam said it was so beautiful, good partnering, good choreography, good music, and a good idea. The lifts were so beautiful. Mary said there was nothing ordinary about this partnership. Nigel said the routine took his breath away, and they were both excellent.

Ellenore and Legacy performed a Travis Wall Contemporary to "Machinegun" by Portishead. This routine was smokin' hot, super sexy; I love Travis Wall and his choreography. The routine was tailor made for them. Nigel loved the dangerousness of the routine, and said it could even earn Travis an Emmy Nomination.

Ashleigh was supposed to be partnered with Russell this week, but due to an injury she was not allowed to dance.

Russell performed a Shane Sparks Hip Hop (with Shane's assistant Rachel) to "Too Much Booty 2". Adam said Russell was hitting so hard; he had a high performance level, and a high energy level. Mary said Russell gives 100% every week and that she has fallen in love with him. Nigel said that Shane pushed him to a higher level and that he was excellent. Nigel even went so far as to say that he believes Russell will be in the finals.

Kathryn and Ryan performed a Jason Gilkison Cha Cha to "Put Your Hands on Me" by Joss Stone. This was yet another smokin' hot number. Adam said you two were so connected in this number. He also added that Kathryn was ignited and Ryan was hot. It was an accomplished piece of work and they were both there for each other. Mary cited their chemistry, power, and effortlessness. Nigel called this partnership: magical.

Mollee and Jakob performed a Joey Dowling Broadway number to "Easy Street" (Samantha Ronson Remix) from Annie. Adam said that it showed their strengths and Mollee was lucky to get Jakob as a partner. Nigel said that Jakob reminded him of Joel Grey; he said that Mollee should be performing on Broadway right now.

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