Cat Deeley is looking gorgeous in a white lace dress.Much better than last week’s chicken feather fiasco.Joshua -- who never found himself among the bottom vote getters during his judge Mary Murphy."I put you on the hot tamale train the very first week and you've been riding first class all the way to this finale.You've got it all." "Joshua, you have set the standard for next season with untrained dancers," added "You've set the standard.If you come on this show now, we'll always say, 'Joshua didn't get training, and look at how brilliant he was.' So they're going to have to go up to your standard next year.I said that you would be in this finale, and you're standing right up there and you deserve to be there.
This is one of my favorite dance styles – being an old disco hound myself – so I enjoyed their dance a great deal.
They do an awesome hip-hop routine that includes much spinning on their heads.
The bottom six each “dance for their lives.” (Why do I snicker every time Deeley says that? Lythgoe tells Chelsea and Chris they’re going home. I fully expected Comfort to go since her solo dance was rather uninspired. How do you think the new pairing of Comfort and Thayne will go?
Murphy commented that the synchronized leaps were flawless. (Bless him, you love the guy but you’ve already memorized the tale, you know? Of course we don’t find out right away who’s going home.
Next we learn that Thayne, who dances with Chelsea, is a fan of fashion. I’ll bet he approved of Chelsea’s fabulous metallic colored dress. Their quick step choreography was good although Lythgoe said it was too bouncy (Uh, isn’t this style supposed to be energetic? Instead, we’re treated to Quest, a dance group that includes three former finalists.