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SYTYCD Canada Top 20 Performances

Tonight was the Top performance show and I have compiled a list of the dancers, choreographers, music and a few thoughts.

I will power rank them at the end of this post – feel free to comment with your own thoughts.

Judges Tonight: Jean-Marc, Tre Armstrong, Rex Harrington, Mary Murphy.

Rodrigo & Lauren
Hip Hip – Luther Brown
“Look at me Now” Look At Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes) - Look At Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes) - Single – Chris Brown (ft. Lil’ Wayne & Busta Rhymes)

I really enjoyed this routine. We learned Rodrigo had an injury last week, as he walked on stage to do his solo/dance for his life he actually fell and hurt his neck. He had a minor concussion. He is better now and they two danced really well. It is kind of an awkward song for dance, but Luther choreographed it well and I thought they did a fantastic job.


Christian & Lindsay
Contemporary – Blake McGrath
“1+1” 1+1 - 4 – Beyonce

This was one of my favourites of the night. It was emotional and deep. It was about the importance of touch in relationships and was very sensual. I usually love Blake’s routines and this was no different.

JP & Denitsa
Jive – Danny Arbour (Past contenstent)
“Blue Suede Shoes” Blue Suede Shoes - The Essential Elvis Presley (Remastered) – Elvis Presley

This was a fast moving edurance dance. I thought they both did very well and was impressed to see Danny back choreographing for the show. It was in the middle for me tonight.

Carlena & Boneless
Dancehall – Jaeblaze
“Star Bwoy” Star Bwoy - Star Bwoy Riddim – Mavado

This was fun and had a good vibe. I am not sur ehow I feel about Carlena yet, some days I love her, others I just remember her crap-attitude and unfortunately it really puts that dark cloud over everything she does. Amazing dancer, yes, and hopefully that will continue to shine and cast away the bad attitude I remember. Overall this dance had the swagga’ it needed.


Kevin & Teya
Viennese Waltz – Pierre Allaire
“Good to You” Good To You (Featuring Kate Voegele) - Masterpiece Theatre – Marianas Trench

This was my least favourite dance of the night. It was slow, dull, boring and they really did not have a strong grasp of the steps. Granted, it is supposed to be a calm dance, but they didn’t glide across the dance floor – they kind of stumbled. It wasn’t horrific, and I couldn’t do any better, but it just didn’t entertain me. I predict this will be inthe bottom 3.

Geisha & Francois
Hip Hop – Tucker Barkley
“Roman’s Revenge” Roman's Revenge (feat. Lil Wayne) - Roman's Revenge (feat. Lil Wayne) - Single – Nicki Minaj (ft. Lil’ Wayne)

I enjoyed this routine. The costumes were a bit strange, but the choreo was good and they delivered it well. Compared to the rest of the night, it was about middle rating, but entertaining and fun!

Adam & Yulia
Samba – Gustavo Vargas
“Samba” Samba - Beats Around The Bush – Ganga Giri

This was really really fast. I think Yulia did better than Adam, but together it seemed a little chaotic, frantic and just off. Granted, it was fast, but it went from “fast – wow!” to “fast – what?” and I predict they may end up in the bottom three.

Melissa & Shane
Contemporary – Sabrina Matthews
“This Year’s Love” This Years Love - White Ladder – David Gray

This was amazing! Sabrina Matthews always choreographs such amazing pieces and this one was about a friend helping another friend through HIV AIDS. The topic was emotional, but these two dancers nailed it. THey brought raw emotion and amazing lifts, I was in tears! The judges agreed and got quite emotional connecting the dance to experiences of loved ones lost from AIDS. One of my favourites of the night!

Shelaina & Matt
Hustle – Maria Torres
“Melody of Love” (Wanna Be Loved) Melody of Love (Wanna Be Loved) - Endless Summer – Donna Summer

I usually like Maria Torres’ work and was excited to see a Hustle, but was disappointed. I do not know enough about the genre to say if it was the choreo or the dancing or just the song, but it was really slow and felt almost like it had to be choreographed at half time or something. I was bored besides a few nice lifts and spins. I think it may put them in the bottom three.

Jordan & Joey
Jazz – Sean Cheesman
“That’s Life” That's Life - Nothing But the Best - The Frank Sinatra Collection (Remastered) – Frank Sinatra

By far my favourite of the night! This dance was athletic, comedic, completely in sync and absolutely fantastic! Judges called these two a power couple and I couldn’t agree more. Jordan was an early favourite for me in auditions and tonight I think she quickly became Canada’s favourite! The two of them nailed the facial expressions, comedic moments, dance moves and chemistry! The story was a first date at the movies and the boy wants a kiss and tries to get one… it was so funny – once I find it I will post it for those of you who don’t get CTV to watch… really fantastic!

With that said here are my rankings for the night – please comment if you agree or disagree.

Top 3:

-Jordan & Joey
-Melissa & Shane
-Christian & Lindsay

Middle 4:

-Rodrigo & Lauren (almost top 3)
-JP & Denitsa
-Geisha & Francois
-Carlena & Boneless

Bottom 3:
-Adam & Yulia
-Shelaina & Matt
-Kevin & Teya

We will see if I am right, it is sad because the bottom 3 couples are not necessarily my least favourite dancers, they just didn’t pull through tonight for some reason.

What do you think?
Stay Tuned for Results tomorrow, Tuesday, July 19, 2011 at 8pm Local time on CTV. I will post the results here tomorrow night.

Random Comment: Am I the only one who dislikes Leah Miller? I know I always say it, but she is way too young to have that much botox! Her outfit tonight was so strange! An orange skirt that went up her back and a purple long sleeved shirt that was tied up to show her upper torso? I wish Cat Deely could do our show here too 😉

[Photo Source: CTV]

July 18, 2011 I Written By

I am a blogger and reality tv lover. I blog here for SYTYCD but mostly the Canada version, since I live in Vancouver BC. I also blog about other reality tv shows on my own blog www.mandysmind.com

So You Think You Can Dance Canada Power Rankings Top 8

What a night. I can honestly say we have an unbelievable Top 8. And Mia is right, our Top 4 girls are the best i have seen!!!

Last week I predicted who would go home, however it is getting so difficult. I can say who I feel should be in the bottom or who I think Canada will vote for.

Mia Michaels (with a new shaved head), Dan Karaty, Tre Armstrong and Jean-Marc Genereux were judges and we had Nico Archambault debut as a SYTYCD choreographer. It was indeed a special night.

Although during rehearsals there were multiple injuries with Everett suffering from a bleeding nose from a few kicks in the face to Emmanuel’s sprained ankle (and his fingers are still bandaged) but the show must go on – and it did – and it was spectacular!

Top 4 Guys Dance
Jazz with Melissa Williams
“Beggin” The Four Seasons - Jersey Boys - Beggin' – Jersey Boyz

They were not at all in unison, a boy band they are NOT! I did enjoy the solo bits with spins and kicks as well as the overall routine. Vincent stood out for me.

Top 4 Girls Dance
Burlesque in my opinion with Sean Cheeseman
“Dr. Feelgood” Aretha Franklin - Aretha Franklin: 30 Greatest Hits - Dr. Feelgood (Love Is a Serious Business) – Aretha Franklin

This was sexy, hot and amazing. The girls were in sync, each had a chance to shine and the choreography was super seductive. Jayme Rae stood out *slightly* for me but overall the all shone like the superstars they are.

Couples

Vincent & Tara-Jean

1. Rumba with Eric Caty
“Hero” Enrique Iglesias - Escape - Hero – Enrique Iglesias

Maybe it’s the song but I teared up, I was covered in goosebumps and I enjoyed every moment of this amazing routine. The kiss at the end was hot and Mia Michaels was correct, the end bit was very Karma Sutra. I just loved it, Tara-Jean was sexy and Vincent was powerful and I adored every second of this routine.

2. Krump with Lil’ C
“Chea-Chea-Chea” – Tha J Squad

Neither hit it very hard but it was a good effort. Tara-Jean seems to me to be the weakest link of the 4 girls, though even saying that feels wrong because they are all so amazing. Vincent delivered though it was not overly “krumpy” for me.

Tara-Jean
“Farewell” Rosie Thomas - When We Were Small - Farewell – Rosie Thomas

Passionate, Emotional, Pretty. But not sure if her overall effort will get her to next week.

Vincent
“U Can’t Touch This” MC Hammer - MC Hammer: Greatest Hits - U Can't Touch This – MC Hammer

Unique song choice for his genre of dance but he delivered. It was hot, sexy and most importantly ENTERTAINING!

Kim & Cody

1. Hip Hop with Luther Brown
“Humpin’ Around” Bobby Brown - All the Number Ones - Humpin' Around – Bobby Brown

I loved this routine. Mia Michaels called it “dope” and I concur. It was hard, it was hyped, it was a throw back to old school hip hop and they nailed it. Both of them were in their genre and showed they could rock it out.

2. Smooth Waltz with Pierre Allaire
“What a Wonderful World” Louis Armstrong - Louis Armstrong's All-Time Greatest Hits - What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

This fell flat. It was cute and quirky, I was shocked to see Kim not being sexy… but it was not entertaining and as the judges pointed out it showed poor technique and didn’t deliver.

Kim
“Jerk it” Thunderheist - Thunderheist - Jerk It -Thunderhiest

Back to the sexy where she belongs this was an amazing routine. I especially loved the gliding across the floor on her back and the abrupt sudden movements… hot!

Cody
“Missin’ You” Trey Songz - Trey Day (Bonus Track Version) - Missin You – Tre Songz

The problem with Cody is that his hip hop is smooth and natural and looks to come so easy. I think that can be mistaken for lack of effort or passion. I believe he HAS the passion and drive and effort, but he is just so talented his solo’s appear relaxed. I hope this doesn’t land him in the bottom

Emanuel & Melanie

1. Contemporary (Ballet parts) with Sabrina Matthews
“The Scientist” Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head - The Scientist – Coldplay

What great lines. It was a beautiful routine though I felt the pairing was a bit off. The judges really emphasized how well Melanie did while playing hard ball with Emmanuel. He was injured, he did miss rehersals, he did fairly well all things considered, but also he is a fan favourite mainly because of his background with skating and his familiarity.

2. Disco with Melissa Williams
“Hush Hush” The Pussycat Dolls - Doll Domination - Hush Hush -Pussycat Dolls

I enjoyed the routine. I feel like Melanie has been in the bottom when she shouldn’t have been before and fear that will occur again. Emmanuel I feel has been in the top when he shouldn’t have been and wonder how Canada will vote this week given he was injured.

Melanie
“Innocence” Björk - Volta - Innocence – Bjork

I loved this solo. The song choice was so perfect for her movements. She really delivered passion and talent and showcased why she should stick around.

Emanuel
“Mad World” The Hitmakers - Big Smash Hits - Mad World (as made famous by Adam Lambert) – Adam Lambert

He always looks to glide on ice. I wanted to see more. I worried about his ankle. I feel it is tough to judge or rank someone who is injured. I don’ tknow if people will vote for him based on previous weeks and loving him already or even as sympathy for his injury or if he will finally go home. We shall see tomorrow.

Jayme Rae & Everett

1. Mamba with Gustavo Varagas
“En Berransvilla Me Quedo” Joe Arroyo - La Verdad de Joe Arroyo - En Barranquilla Me Quedo – Joe Arroyo

Jayme Rae’s hips were flying and she was sexy as hell even as her costume was falling apart. The kicks, spins, dips and that end flip… wow! Entertaining and amazing. Yes Jayme Rae outshone Everett but that is how it should be and Mia Michaels was correct – HOT A LICIOUS!

2. Jazz Funk with Nico Archambault & Wynn Holmes
“Sexy Chick” David Guetta - One Love - Sexy Chick (feat. Akon) – David Guetta (feat. Akon)

If Nico’s choreo can’t keep these two out of the bottom 2 I don’t know what can… Nico’s debut as a choreo on the show was AMAZING… I loved it as much as I love him !!! Everett was the perfect geek and Jayme Rae sexy as sexy can be. The story was cute, the moves were amazing it was a well-crafted routine from idea to performance….

Jayme Rae
“gettin’ in the Way” Jill Scott - Who Is Jill Scott? - Words and Sounds, Vol. 1 - Gettin' In the Way -Jill Scott

Every movement was precise and amazing. I think she should be safe based on her paired routines and solo. She has become quite the superstar.

Everett
“Stand By Me” Ben E. King - Ben E. King: Anthology - Stand by Me -Ben E King

This guy is entertaining. He makes tap fun again. I can’t keep my eyes off him when he moves and that is a good thing. I think he should be safe.

Power Rankings

Girls

1. Kim
2. Jayme Rae
3. Melanie
4. Tara-Jean

Boys

1. Vincent
2. Everett
3. Cody
4. Emanuel

I predict Tara-Jean and Emanuel go Home (Though I kind of sadly think it may be Cody and not Emanuel, I would probably cry if that was true though)

Do you agree? Disagree? Why?

We will see Tomorrow Night

October 6, 2009 I Written By

I am a blogger and reality tv lover. I blog here for SYTYCD but mostly the Canada version, since I live in Vancouver BC. I also blog about other reality tv shows on my own blog www.mandysmind.com

Power Rankings – So You Think You Can Dance Canada – Top 16

Last Week’s Power Rankings were fairly accurate. I called the bottom 3. It is hard to predict exactly who will go home until you see their solo’s, however, as we get to know each dancer I think we can also guess how their solo’s will be.

So this week for the So you think you can dance canada top 16 I will do my power rankings and see if I can get it right.

I am not a dancing expert but I enjoy watching and will base my Power Rankings on what I saw, heard and felt about each couple’s routine.

1. Jayme Rae & Daniel
Hip Hop with Luther
“Pucker Up” Ciara - Fantasy Ride (Deluxe Version) - Pucker Up – Ciara

This was my favourite routine of the night. Luther’s choreo to the song, combined with Jayme Rae and Daniel’s performance… it was just awesome for me. Amazing dancing, creative floor work, sexy moves and I had goosebumps. What more does it take to stay on top?

2. Amy & Vincent
Hip Hop with Flii Stylez
“Boom Boom Pow” Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies) - Boom Boom Pow – Black Eyed Peas

Maybe I just favour hip hop and urban dance but this routine rocked it. I thought he hit harder than she did but together they entertained me.

3. Corynne & Austin
Contemporary with Stacey Tookey
“Never Say Never” The Fray - The Fray - Never Say Never – The Fray

I am not usually an Austin fan, though I do like Corynne, but this routine was great. It was pretty and it gave me goosebumps. Stacey Tookey is amazing, Corynne and Austin danced it wonderfully and even though I am not an Austin fan, I have to say he had me tonight.

4. Kim & Emanuel
Jazz Funk with Blake McGrath
“Love, Sex, Magic” Ciara - Fantasy Ride (Deluxe Version) - Love Sex Magic (feat. Justin Timberlake) – Justin Timberlake/Ciara

This was hot, sexy, cool. Blake is a god. I felt they danced it a little slow and would hav elike dto see it a little harder but the licking, biting, stripping was all sexy. Usually I’d put Blake’s routines higher, but I felt Emanuel and Kim could have done better, not that they did badly, I jsut prefered a few other routines.

5. Melanie & Cody
Mambo with Gustavo Vargas
“Suena Ahora” Michi Sarmiento - Salsa Latin Party, Vol. 1 - Suena Ahora – Michi Sarmiento

I love Melanie and Cody. I’d always put them in my Top 3…. but this week I was disappointed with the routine. Maybe because it’s a style I am less familiar with, but it felt a little bit confusing and while it was cute and fun, it seemed too laid back to me.

——————- BOTTOM 3 PREDICTIONS ——————-

6. Tara-Jean & Everett
Quick Step with Pierre Allaire
Chicago Overture” Various Artists - Chicago - The Musical - Overture – Hotrolls Ragtime Band

I hate to put TJ and Everett in Bottom 3 because I am a huge fan of them both, but it just didn’t do it for me tonight. It felt Cheesey and though I enjoyed the lifts and flips and spins, I wasn’t enjoying it as much as I wanted to. I predict they will make bottom 3 but will move on after amazing solo’s (I hope!)

7. Nicholas & Jenna Lynn
Hustle with Benji Schwimmer
“Canned Heat” Jamiroquai - Center Stage - Canned Heat – Jamiroquai

I love Benji and I was so glad to see him choreo. Loved his difficult moves and high energy. I also love the song and the energy it emotes but …. I don’t think they will get the votes to stay out of the Bottom 3 again. We will see. If I am right and they are Bottom 3 I think Jenna will go home. She does great passionate solo’s but how many times can you do a solo before it just gets old?

8. Natalie & Danny
Rhumba with Gustavo Vargas
“Historia de un amor” Pérez Prado - Il Vero, Unico, Grande Perez Prado - Historia de un Amor – Perez Prado

This routine fell short for me. I know it isn’t the style they know and I realize it was not danced badly, but it’s Top 16 and even if everyone was great they’d still have to cut someone. I think these two will make Bottom 3 and perhaps Danny will go home due ot his “lack of confidence”

I have no clue at this point… but those are my predictions and Power Rankings. If my Bottom 3 are right I would predict Jenna Lynn and Danny going home – but I could be way off even on my Bottom 3 Couples…

What do you think?

September 8, 2009 I Written By

I am a blogger and reality tv lover. I blog here for SYTYCD but mostly the Canada version, since I live in Vancouver BC. I also blog about other reality tv shows on my own blog www.mandysmind.com

Amazing Talent in So You Think You Can Dance Canada Top 10

So You Think You Can Dance Canada has some of the most talent I’ve seen on the dance floor. The top 10 are some of the most talented individuals I’ve seen. I’m sure if you’ve seen the talent in the top 10 show of So You Think You Can Dance you’d agree with me. Here’s the music from all the SYTYCDC top 10 dancers including their group numbers and their solo dances.

Izaak Smith and Natalli Reznik danced a Hip-hop to the song “Mama Said Knock You Out”—LL Cool J choreographed by Sho-Tyme
LL Cool J - All World - Greatest Hits - Mama Said Knock You Out
Danny Arbour and Kaitlyn Fitzgerald danced a Mambo to the song “Salsa y Sabor”—Tito Puente choreographed by Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin
Tito Puente - Para los Rumberos - Salsa y Sabor
Nico Archambault and Allie Bertram danced a Waltz to the song “That’s Life”—Michael Bublé choreographed by Amy Wright
Michael Bublé - Call Me Irresponsible - That's Life
Vincent-Oliver Noiseux and Arassay Reyes danced a Disco to the song “Hot N Cold”—Katy Perry choreographed by Melissa Williams
Katy Perry - One of the Boys - Hot N Cold
Miles Faber and Lisa Auguste danced a Contemporary to the song “Soulmate”—Natasha Bedingfield choreographed by Sean Cheesman
Natasha Bedingfield - Pocketful of Sunshine - Soulmate

Solos:
Vincent-Oliver Noiseux danced a solo to the song “Pour Gabrielle”—Jorane
Jorane - Vers à soi - Arriver à
Arassay Reyes danced a solo to the song “Eyes on Me”—Celine Dion
Céline Dion - Taking Chances (Deluxe Version) - Eyes On Me
Lisa Auguste danced a solo to the song “Secret”—Missy Higgins
Missy Higgins - On a Clear Night - Secret
Miles Faber danced a solo to the song “Juice (Know the Ledge)”—Eric B. & Rakim
Eric B. & Rakim - Gold - Juice (Know the Ledge)
Danny Arbour danced a solo to the song “Closer”—Ne-Yo
Ne-Yo - Year of the Gentleman (Bonus Track Version) - Closer
Kaitlyn Fitzgerald danced a solo to the song “Best for Last”—Adele
ADELE - 19 - Best for Last
Allie Bertram danced a solo to the song “Fun for Me”—Moloko
Moloko - Do You Like My Tight Sweater? - Fun for Me
Nico Archambault danced a solo to the song “Halo”—The Pinup Saints
Pinup Saints - One Naughty Soundtrack - EP - Latex
Natalli Reznik danced a solo to the song “Quimbara”—Celia Cruz
Celia Cruz - Latino St. Dance Mix, Vol. 2 - Quimbara
Izaak Smith danced a solo to the song “No One”—Alicia Keys
Alicia Keys - No One - Single - No One
Check out all the music from previous So You Think You Can Dance Canada episodes. Not to mention the amazing talent.

November 13, 2008 I Written By

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Top 12 Elimination Show for So You Think You Can Dance Canada

The Top 12 of So You Think You Can Dance Canada is now the top 10. Check out the music from the group number along with the music the bottom 3 couples danced to during the Top 12 elimination show.

So You Think You Can Dance Canada Group dance to the song “I Surrender” Céline Dion - A New Day Has Come - I Surrender—Celine Dion (contemporary; Choreographer: Blake McGrath)

Miles Faber danced a solo to the song “New Jack”—Justice (French band)
Justice - Cross - Newjack
Francis Lafreniere danced a solo to the song “Aint Nothing Wrong With That”—”Robert Randolph & The Family Band”
Robert Randolph & The Family Band - Colorblind - Ain't Nothing Wrong With That
Danny Arbour danced a solo to the song “Save Your Scissors”—”City and Colour”
City and Colour - Sometimes - Save Your Scissors
Save Your Scissors – Music Video
Lara Smythe danced a solo to the song “Africa”—”Toto”
Toto - The Essential Toto - Africa
Natalli Reznik danced a solo to the song “Toy Soldier”—Britney Spears
Britney Spears - Blackout (Bonus Track Version) - Toy Soldier
Allie Bertram danced a solo to the song “Don Quixote (ballet) (Act I)”—Ludwig Minkus
Victor Fedotov & Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra - Minkus: Don Quixote, Victor Fedotov - Act I: Scene (Don Quixote & Kitri) (Minkus)

Eliminated:
Lara Smythe
Francis Lafreniere

November 7, 2008 I Written By

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SYTYCDC Top 12 Music

A nice list of the top 12 music from SYTYCDC. Check out previous SYTYCDC music.

Francis Lafreniere and Natalli Reznik danced a Salsa to the song “Hasta Que Se Rompa el Cuero” – Sonora Carruseles choreographed by Gustavo Vargas
Sonora Carruseles - De Colombia Para el Mundo - Hasta Que Se Rompa el Cuero
Danny Arbour and Allie Bertram danced a Hip Hop to the song “In the Ayer”—Flo Rida feat. will.i.am choreographed by Luther Brown
Flo Rida - Mail On Sunday (Deluxe Version) - In the Ayer (feat. Will.I.am)
In the Ayer – Music Video
Miles Faber and Lara Smythe danced a Foxtrot to the song “Summer Wind”—Michael Bublé choreographed by Danny Quilliam
Michael Bublé - Michael Bublé - Summer Wind
Izaak Smith and Kaitlyn Fitzgerald danced a Jive to the song Untouched—The Veronicas choreographed by Dmitry Chaplin
The Veronicas - Hook Me Up - Untouched
The Veronicas - Hook Me Up - Untouched – Music Video
Nico Archambault and Arassay Reyes danced a Jazz to the song It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World—James Brown choreographed by Paul Becker
James Brown - 20 All Time Greatest Hits! - It's a Man's Man's Man's World
Vincent-Oliver Noiseux and Lisa Auguste danced a House to the song 100% Pure Love—Crystal Waters choreographed by Sho-Tyme
Crystal Waters - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Crystal Waters - 100% Pure Love
100% Pure Love – Music Video

November 5, 2008 I Written By

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Top 14 Elimination Show Music SYTYCDC

Group dance to the song “Dragula (Hot Rod Herman Remix)” from Rob Zombie (contemporary; Choreographer: Melissa Williams) Rob Zombie - Hellbilly Deluxe - Dragula

Lisa Auguste danced a solo to the song “Veins”—Charlotte Martin Charlotte Martin - Veins - Veins
Lara Smythe danced a solo to the song “Blue Monday”—Nouvelle Vague Nouvelle Vague - Bande à Part - Blue Monday
Caroline Torti danced a solo to the song “Your Ex-Lover is Dead”—Stars (band) Stars - Set Yourself On Fire - Your Ex-Lover Is Dead
Vincent Noiseux danced a solo to the song “Hometown Glory”—Adele ADELE - 19 - Hometown Glory
Miles Faber danced a solo to the song “So Ruff So Tuff”-Zapp and Roger Zapp & Roger - The Many Facets of Roger - So Ruff, so Tuff
Jesse Catibog danced a solo to the song

Eliminated:
Jesse Catibog
Caroline Torti

November 1, 2008 I Written By

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