Anyway, Mary would like us to watch Melanie and Neil being awesome. I am happy to, Mary! I'm always up for a little Bonnie Tyler-backed awesomeness. As good as Melanie was in that hip hop routine earlier, she was born to flit around in a gauzy white dress. Her full-speed jump into Neil's arms looks even stronger this time out.
It's time for Jesse Tyler Ferguson! Sonya, sitting next to him, won't look at him, so he's probably introducing a Sonya dance. He is! It's the one that made Marko's mother cry. With Allison? Lady Gaga was there? She cried? Look, we recapped the whole season, so I'm sure it's in there somewhere. It was good, I promise. Sonya claps politely, which is much more restrained than she usually is when she's cheering and whooping out in the audience.
Tyce now introduces another Sonya dance, and she looks shy. It's the Top Ten Geisha routine. You know what this show has a lot of? Dancing. Except for the occasional goofy video piece, it's packed with dancing from edge to edge. After the dance is over, Cat tells us that Sonya was yelling the whole time. I love how enthusiastic she is while watching her own work.
Remember last night? Melanie and Marko had a disco dance that wasn't all that great. Sasha danced with Mark Kanemura and it was one of my favorite dances all year. Tadd tried to keep up with Joshua in hip hop. Melanie flitted around in a gauzy dress with Robert. Sasha and Marko danced to Ella Fitzgerald. Sasha and Tadd did a cha cha that I thought had very little cha cha in it. Marko and Lauren twirled around enthusiastically. Melanie and Tadd did a jazz number that involved sock garters. Melanie and Sasha did that picket fence dance that was nice but not as nice as the first time they danced together. And Marko and Tadd did a gumboot something that nobody was into.