Aubrey Morgan and Eddy Tovar of the Los Angeles ballet come out to dance a pas de deux from The Man I Love. The stage is washed in blue, and the pair of them (especially her) practically float across the stage. It's a nice illustration of the distance yet to go for reality show contestants on the road to a successful career. I mean, it's like watching Daughtry, and then Springsteen shows up to sing "Born to Run," and you think, "Oh, that's how it's supposed to look."
Solo time. Comfort waves her arms around an awful lot and shakes her legs. Yawn. Will dances on and around the edge of the stage to some sleep-inducing number. Suspiciously, Cat then asks Nigel about why Will is in the bottom two, something she didn't do for Comfort. Nigel talks about how awful it would be if either Will or Twitch went, since he thought they were the best two performers last night. And then we go to break, after watching only two solos. Guys, consider a half-hour results show once you're down to this few dancers.
Courtney jumps up does the splits, shoots guns at people, pirouettes and shakes her hips. Twitch dance-skates across the stage to Kool and the Gang (always an excellent choice). Neither of them earns a Nigel tongue-polishing at Cat's prompting like Will did.
LL Cool J shows up with a posse of dancers (establishing a tenuous reason to be on this show in the first place). He orders everyone to wave their hands. The terrified audience members comply, and then LL shouts at them for the next few minutes. Wow, that really passed the time.
Comfort and Courtney are out on stage, and the axe falls on Comfort, for the second time. Barring a mysterious injury to one of the three remaining women, this is probably the last time we'll watch her montage.
Twitch and Will come up on stage, hug each other, and prepare to hear the news. Twitch is safe. Will is gone. IV real. America doesn't care who you like best, Nigel. Hope you're happy.
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