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It did not work for me." Shankman: "In a piece like this, you have to dance the intention." *** Billy Bell dances a solo to "Lights Go Down" by Telepathe. *** Kent Boyd performs a solo to "A Song For You" by Elliott Yamin. In the pre-performance video, cast members tell us Kent is pretty much the most fantastic person in the world. *** Lauren Froderman teams with all-star Allison Holker for a Tyce Diorio Broadway routine to "Who's Got the Pain" from "Damn Yankees." It's all about strong women. Sure, Broadway routines don't garner the memorability of hip-hop dances.
All the judges except Nigel give them a standing ovation. That wasn't anything short of art." *** Adechike Torbert dances a solo to "Pretty Wings" by Maxwell. In a pre-performance tape, the dancers tell us he goes by lots of different names. Shankman: Suggests the competition will come down to Kent and Lauren. Mia: Calls the dance "fantabulous." Says Jose kept up with Kent. Nigel: "Overall, I think you had good connectivity between you and it was certainly a sultry routine." Says the routine was just good.
FINAL UPDATE: Lauren appeared on Thursday's results show and made a surprise trip to the bottom three. UPDATE: "SYTYCD" judge Nigel Lythgoe tweeted Thursday afternoon, "I am happy to say Lauren will be in the studio later today. You're amazing, so just own it." *** Robert Roldan teams with all-star Kathryn Mc Cormick for a Stacey Tookey contemporary routine about the last moments before going to war and leaving a loved one behind.
She danced a solo and made it through to next week. She won't be in the opening number and won't dance unless she's in the bottom 3." He added, "Sorry I can't tell you what the problem was with Lauren until I speak with her and her Doctor later today. I'll never completely buy into Kent as a macho sex symbol, but this routine is still pretty entertaining. Nigel: "Really good effort..done." Toni: Points to a couple posture problems, but likes it overall Mia: "For me, there wasn't enough space and length in your movement." Says he isn't taking her advice about his face. Music is "Heaven is a Place on Earth" by Katie Thompson. Both dancers deliver tons of emotion without going OTT. Oh, and there's a twist at the end: Katherine is the one going to war. Just lovely things going on there." Toni: "Would I want to be the woman that you're dancing with...
In 2011, Wall choreographed a floor exercise routine for Olympic All-Around Champion Nastia Liukin which she will use to try to earn a spot on the 2012 Olympic USA Gymnastics team.
Wall earned 20 Emmy nominations for his contemporary choreography in seasons 7 and 9.