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Host Cat Deeley reminds viewers that the final six couples will be competing for a place in "your" Top10. We're introduced to the final 12 dancers, followed by judges Mia Michaels, Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythegoe.
Chelsie & Mark: Up first for the couple is an Alex Da Silva-choreographed salsa (mmm, salsa), featuring tricks Chelsie thinks are "insane." Nigel says it was a "great routine to open the show," praised the footwork of both dancers and makes a thinly veiled and disturbing erection reference. The routine "worked" for Mary, who singled out Chelsie as "phenomenal." Mia thought the routing was "smoking-hot," but thought Mark was awkward. Routine No. 2 was a Broadway number by Tyce Diorio which Nigel thought was hotter than Las Vegas. Mary raved that it was bluesy and sultry, though Mia was lukewarm on both dancers.
Comfort & Thayne: Starting with a hip-hop number choreographed by Napoleon and Tabitha Dumo, Thayne fears he will look a "major white boy." Nigel thought the couple ...