We had Nigel Lythgoe’s oblivious (but nevertheless grotesque) attitudes about two guys dancing together — so deeply rooted in homophobia that even Kim Davis might roll her eyes and sigh, “Brit, please.” We had the judges working overtime to make sure that Hailee Payne’s dazzling display of artistry wouldn’t upend the long-supported Gaby-Jaja final two.
We had Gaby making the most of her pimp spot by nailing a jaw-dropping tap routine (and invoking the memory of Vanessa Williams’ tragically forgotten with her choice of solo music).
I know Joshua disappointed some people in the finale, but over the course of the past couple of months, he rarely let anyone down.
I also talk about evacuation plans in the contraflow post. They'd been living with my brother and his wife since Hurricane Katrina whose floods claimed their home, a home they just finished renovating and now may lose again.
There's one very happy So You Think You Can Dance contestant wandering the world right now, and I have to say I'm pretty pleased with the voters' choice. " says Nigel) and ex-football player, who just got his braces off, who wowed us with his vertical leaps and his versatility is America's Favorite Dancer '08!
How hilarious was it that every shot of any choreographer angled to get a clear view of Paula in the background? That these two are fantastic together is no surprise, but even by their standard, this was great. She's an astounding dancer and I love her, but I'm starting to wonder if there isn't something about her being not that great a partner.
Also, somebody needs to get her to choreograph one of these years. That said, Twitch has struggled with 90% of his ballroom routines this season, so the fact that Chelsie popped and Twitch didn't isn't entirely her fault, nor is it a surprise.