Courtney dances a solo to Céline Dion. I've always hated Courtney! Very high energy, lots of leaping. She's glistening afterwards.
Katee's partnered up with William, who are going to be doing a Broadway routine by Tyce Diorio, who, thanks to a loyal reader's partner, I now hear as "Tasty Oreo." Thanks, The Maciej! "Sit Down You're Rockin' The Boat" from Guys and Dolls is the music. Helpfully, there's a big boat prop on stage, which is nice, because they can combine dancing with sitting! They bring a lot of life to a corny routine that involves jazz hands, Will ripping open his shirt, and Will spitting up water.
Lil' C praises Tyce first off. He says most of the time theatrics are a coverup for lack of technique, but they rocked his boat. He calls them "buck," which is when "internal artistry meets physical expression." As listed in the Hip-Hop Oxford, I assume. "I'm hopping on the love boat with this number, yes I AMMMMMMMM!" yells Mary. Did you guys know I can close my eyes, and jab with my finger and hit the mute button on my routine one hundred times out of a hundred? Nigel loves it, praises their technique, and says Will's really starting to show personality, too, and reminds us that they came very close to not having Katee on the show.