After a welcome break, the women are out on stage. Nigel tells Kherington she's grown and has shown everyone that she's not just a pretty face. She's safe. So it's down to Comfort and Jessica. Nigel says Comfort really "brought it" with her solo, while they were disappointed with Jessica's solo tonight. That's the opposite of what I thought, but I don't think I can judge dance. Nigel notes that every week Jessica is great in one routine and not great in the other, and it's because of the routine she's great in that they're keeping her. Really? Every week? This is only the second week the dancers have done two dances. Nice try, Nigel.
Anyway, smell ya later, Comfort. She talks about what a great experience it's been and promises this isn't the last they've seen of her. Not threateningly, but positively. See ya, Comfort. You were great tonight, and apparently the best female hip-hopper ever on this show, but you can't crack the top ten.
Step forward, Twitch. Nigel is thrilled to see Twitch in the bottom three, because it "wakes everybody up" and that he's awesome and blah blah blah. He's safe. Will, step forward. Nigel talks about the Alvin Ailey "boys," and how Will wouldn't be out of place with them. He's safe, so go and sit down. So Thayne's gone. "This is one of the times we would have liked to keep all of our boys tonight, and lose two girls," says Nigel. Thayne smiles like a champ the whole way through. Aw. That's too bad. I liked Thayne, although I'd have picked Twitch and Will ahead of him tonight too.
So the top five guys are Gev, Joshua, Mark, Twitch, Will. Top five girls: Chelsie, Courtney, Katee, Kherington and Jessica. Or, if you prefer, Twitchinton, Chark, Wessica, Kashua and Gourtney. I really, really hope you don't prefer that.