So here's Katie Holmes -- well, first we see Cat interview Katie, who says this Tasty Oreo piece is a Judy Garland homage in which she'll sing and dance, and they talk about her dance charity, Dizzy Feet (the website for which appears on screen, which is more than any breast cancer organization got).
So cue the music ... wait, this isn't live? This is recorded piece? This is some bullshit. She's in a car that's pulls up on some 1920s scene and she gets out and sings some Hallelujah song that's clearly been overdubbed, and then the scene shifts to some soundstage where she dances (well, "dances" might be stretching it a bit) in a crowd of men to that "Get Happy!" song, and I'm not going to recap a video, for god's sake, which is what this is, despite some shady attempts to make it appear to a distracted audience that this is live at the theatre, what with the bowing at the end over top of the crowd reaction. Let's just move on now.
After the commercial break, Nigel thanks Katie Holmes and everyone else involved, and Joey Luft, Judy Garland's son is the audience. See? He could make it.
So who's eliminated? No surprise: Janette, although Nigel says she was his favorite and he wanted her to win, and her elimination has ruined the show for him. Really? Not the Katie Holmes "performance"? He thinks America got it wrong. I hate that attitude. It's a fucking popularity contest, Nigel, and this is how you set it up, so America can't get it wrong. Sweetly, Janette announces that she's going to continue with dance because she loves it so much instead of going back to her boring old finance career.
As for the men, no surprise: Brandon's staying, and Jason's going home. There's a montage, and big group hug involving Nigel and the other dancers, and Jason talks about how everyone here has inspired him, and then I guess the live broadcast went long, because it cuts off right there. A fitting crappy end to tonight's broadcast.