Marko! Flip, flip, spin, bow, step, spin, somersault, back somersault, flip, spin, hop, hop, hop. Hop.
Clarice has Robert and Nakul Dev Mahajan. I refuse to even record the details of the storyline here, because I promise that I will be unable to distinguish any of it from a regular Bollywood number. Here we go! Colorful clothes! Hands in the air! Kicking! Crouching! At one point, Robert's spins are encouraged by kicks from Clarice. And then they kiss and the audience is gleeful.
Neil says that Bollywood dancing is very intricate, which I imagine is true. He says that it's hard to come in as a judge partway through the season because he has biases from watching as a viewer at home. He hasn't felt a connection to Clarice before, but now he did. Mary refers to something called a "knee-drop," which I think is that part where the dancers crouch in the middle of dancing. Nigel says that the routine was a perfect fit for Clarice. Was it? Was it really? He also claims that next week, we'll have a whole new batch of All-Stars, which probably isn't literally true. Pasha's not going anywhere.
And we're done! I liked Sasha's dance with Twitch the best, followed closely, somewhat to my surprise, by Jordan and Brandon. Where'd that come from? Mitchell and Melody were in the bottom for me, but that was mostly Tyce's fault.
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