Girls huddle and cheer for the camera as the narrator tells us that the girls "survived" the dance audition. Travis takes a bow as Jaymes claps for him. They tell us we're about to see the girls break into groups (this one is a group of five, negating the "rule of four" introduced to us earlier in the show) and then the decision will be made. Travis holds his head and pouts as the Tiny Squares of Girls and Fun fill the screen.
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We see the girls clapping and congratulating themselves again, as Travis claps for Christina Petty and says, "She's good!" "But the judges have one final test," the narrator tells us.
Girls scatter like Miss Hannigan is about to enter the room. They're getting split up into groups where they have fifteen minutes to come up with a dance, learn to harmonize and then perform their segment of a song. Tiffinni Ranae is just running around from side to side, apparently searching for a group that wants her.
We cut to a group of girls trying to sing "Genie In A Bottle" together. One girl stops them to tell another girl that she's screwing up. Something about not having her mouth open in a perfect circle, judging from the miming that she's doing.
Another group sits together as one girl tells another she's doing well.
Shaunda Johnston is asking her group what kind of tone they want to take with their song, since she can sing anything.
Travis and the Hyphentwins stand with their arms crossed, watching the girls. They're looking at the different personalities, and to see if the girls work well with others.
We're told that a leader emerges from each group, as we see Baby Norman bossing around her giggle of girls.
We're introduced to someone new now? Ciamar Hernandez, twenty-one, Dallas, is harmonizing her group. We flashback to her Day Two audition where she sings "Unbreak My Heart" quite well. She tells the judges that she's been sightreading since she was thirteen. She says she doesn't have perfect pitch, but she has relative pitch. We cut back to her group where she has the girls singing doo-wop while one girl busts out the actual words to "What A Girl Wants."