Well, it seems the SYTYCD producers heard all of our cries—“We miss the solo routines!” “Speak for yourself; the solo routines are not missed!” “Those mini group numbers were great!” “To hell with the mini group numbers, just give me more Rickyyyyyy!”—and got to work meeting our divisive demands. It’s crazy that sometimes a two-hour show includes a couple of dances and a Very Special Performance by Lucy Hale, and other times, just a week later, it can can include an opening number, seven partner routines, six solo dances, two mini group numbers, an Academy of Villains performance, a Step Up preview, a National Dance Day recap, and with the little bit of time left, the dancers can tell their partners what their most random personality traits are... or something like that.
Wow, what a show! But with all that glorious, glorious dancing, also came the pain of four dancers having to go home at the end of the night. While it’s been fairly easy to pinpoint a bottom two from six people every week, choosing only two to stay somehow seems much more arbitrary. What if America ...
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