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With just 12 dancers remaining and the same two hours to kill as always, it was time to make the dancers take to the stage twice.
Guest judge Tyce DiOrio joined regulars Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe as we rolled right into the action.
Melissa & Ade: Doriana Sanchez put together a disco routine for Melissa and Ade, who struggled to pick up the style from the outset. It was a high intensity, fast-paced routine that was held together -- featuring some high-flying splits by Melissa -- until she slipped at the very end. But she propped herself right back up. Nigel loved it, saying it was a great start to the night. Mary asked for an "Amen" from the disco gods. Tyce said it was "friggin' great."
Kayla & Kupono: Mia Michaels choreographed a contemporary dance about addiction, which proved to be a challenge for Kupono, who talked about his own family and friend's struggle with drug addiction. Nigel said it was a very powerful piece of choreography, but said he wanted to see Kayla's passion more...