So You Think You Can Dance Recap: They All Dance, then Four Go Home

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8. Alexa and Daniel danced a Contemporary routine by Dee Caspary, In a bathtub.

I feel really sad for Alexa, actually. She was saddled with terrible choreography last week, and this week she was saddled with a gimmick routine, set in a bathtub. The whole time I just kept thinking how uncomfortable it looked. It was p0rny. And flaily. And I agree with Adam…cold. I also kinda think she got saddled with a not great partner. I really thought she'd go further in this competition, but this routine was just another nail in the coffin.

9. Tiffany and George danced a Foxtrot routine by Tony and Melanie

She's adorable, but not well-grounded, which occasionally meant her feet weren't quite solid on the ground. She also had surprising problems pointing her toes. He hung on and did some nice tricks along the way. I did not gush over this as the judges did. I thought it was fine.

10. Whitney and Chehon danced a Bollywood routine by Nakul Dev Mahajan

It was...impressive. Very athletic. I know I've reached a certain age because I was actually thinking"Wow, look at those young folk and their stamina and energy!" I thought they both did great.

image courtesy of FOX

On to the results...

Bottom Six (from last week's Top 20):

Girls: Janaya, Alexa, Whitney, and the judges save: Whitney 

Boys: Nick, Daniel, Chehon, and they save: Chehon

That means Amber will be paired with Brendon for this upcoming week.

It's unclear to me whether they're going to keep getting rid of four people a week for any more weeks. Assuming not, here are my guesses for the bottom group from the above remaining crew:

Bottom Line for Next Week's Bottom Six:

Girls: Lindsay, Janelle, Amber, with Janelle going home.
 
Boys: Cole, Darien, Brendon, with Darien going home.
 
But what did you think?
 

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