Another contemporary dancer, Jakob, also gets in.
Noelle and Mollee continue to stress out, saying there are only five slots left. This appears to be true, since we've seen Channing, Kathryn, Ariana, Ellenore, and Bianca get in. They don't want to be sent up as a pair, since that means DOOM for one of them. Cat walks past them, pretending to be looking for the next victim, but then she spins around and taps Mollee. She's up! Noelle stresses out backstage, rooting so very hard for Mollee. Nigel tells Mollee that she dances "between a fourteen- and a fifteen-year-old," but that she should be dancing as a twenty-year-old. "That is why people have said on this panel have said 'No,' we don't think you should be in the top 20. So, no... we're not going to listen to them, we're going to put you in the top 20!" That's a little tortured, isn't it? Mollee is delighted! And Noelle is happy for her!
Coming up: a twist! Do you think they mean the dance? Because that's not that hard a dance, really.
Soon it will be Noelle, who claims to have wanted this since she was three years old. I think she means "being a professional dancer", not being specifically on this show. Her family is proud of her no matter what, which makes her cry.
But first, Pauline, the girl whose ankle swelled up like a tennis ball during the Broadway round. Adam tells her that even without the final Broadway number and solo, they already know who good she is and that she's in the top 20.
Now it's Noelle's turn. Tyce recaps her being cut in the Broadway segment of season 5. She's trembling with nerves. Then she makes it! Mollee is happy for her! They squeal about how they're best friends!
Some more people don't make it, including Front Row Cornrow Guy, who seemed like a decent guy.
Legacy the B-Boy is up now. Mary says, "Any other year, you woulda just went right into the top 20", and he's also in this year. I don't find her that convincing, but it seems to work on Legacy. Actually, it baffles him, and the judges have to verify that yes, he's in. See, that's the risk you take when you get complicated.
All right! There are three women remaining and two slots left. Paula, who looks vaguely familiar (she did this one move where she stood up by rolling up over the tops of her feet and up over her toes, which doesn't even look possible), is up, and she's put right through. Because it's more fun to have two dancers and one slot left. Also because she's good, of course.