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The Grease: Live star recently joined the SYTYCD judging panel alongside show creator Nigel Lythgoe, 67, and returning judge and former ballroom dance champion Mary Murphy, 59.
Vanessa's stepped out solo but she is currently dating fellow actor Austin Butler, 25.
errr, Step Up something) can all fit together in a neatly compact, 2-hour package. So all the dancers performed in pairs again this week – and the bottom 6 from last wee’s performances were picked from the bunch to face elimination at the hands of the judges. America always makes the wrong decision in these situations, I’m perfectly happy to give that power back to the hands of the Sovereign judging panel.
Let’s talk about last night’s performances: Cole/Lindsey – a Jazzy/Hip Hop number about a nerd going to the dentist.
The So You Think You Can Dance judge showcased her dancer's legs in thigh-skimming lilac shorts.
She added her favourite Gucci furry loafers and carried a giant blush leather bag.
I did not connect with him AFTER the dance, which means I wouldn’t necessary vote for him. Anyways they were wearing a lot of make up, and the style of the dance was hard-hitting and less fluid than Sonya’s previous effort.
The dance was good, his odd personality may have been a turn off. If I have to be honest, I enjoyed her first piece far better.
Amelia and Will – performed the first Sonya Tayeh routine of the evening to perfection. I didn’t really see the story line (if there was any) in this routine, and the dancers did not attack each move the way ti was probably intended. There’s not much you can do to augment poor choreography. The level of dance has risen exponentially each season, and this dance didn’t cut it. I still enjoyed the refreshing simplicity of a cute song, cue clothes, and a cute story. It was not very quick, it was not very precise or snappy (the way I like to see my Jives).
Both dancers were salivating at the chance to work with such a unique and quirky choreographer (Mia Michaels who? The judges liked it, but then, you should hear them talk about Step Up 4 (or whatever). In fact, I think they knew it was sub-par, and tried to make the number more interesting by adding a smooch at the end. Janaya and Brandon – picked my favourite dance style from the board… This Sean Cheeseman routine was EVERYTHING you want to see in a Broadway performance. These two danced this routine to perfection – both were strong in character and pulled off some tough choreography without breaking the illusion. Eliana and Glitch – were put to the test with a high-tempo Jive… He has the capacity for it, I just think a week was not long enough to build confidence in his abilities, or to work his own style into the dance.
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