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- The first results show of the seventh season of "So You Think You Can Dance" got off to a rocking start with a jazz routine choreographed by first-timer Tessandra Chavez.
To the results: Host Cat Deeley called the first four contestants to the stage to their learn fates. She started with Alex, who was safe. Robert was also safe. Lauren and Kent were the two dancers remaining on the stage. After stringing them along a bit, Cat told Kent he was safe. Then she told Lauren she was safe, too.
The next four dancers to get results came to the stage. Melinda was up first and she was in the bottom three, as Nigel predicted she might be. He wasn't happy to have been right, and he said he didn't think the routine helped. He told Melinda to bring some warmth, vulnerability and honesty to her performance.
Billy was next, and he was safe. Ashley and Alexie were paired up next for their results. The second dancer in the bottom three was Alexie, meaning Ashley was safe. Mia said her performance on Wednesday didn't show the amount of work she'd put into the show.
The final group of three dancers came on stage to learn their results. Jose was first, and he was safe, leaving Adechike and Cristina to vie for the final spot in the bottom three. Cristina was in the bottom three, leaving Adechike safe.
That meant the entire bottom three was girls, who made up just five of the Top 11.
Be our guest: While the bottom three prepared for their solos, Tony award nominees Karine Plantadit and Keith Roberts performed a routine from Twyla Tharp's "Come Fly Away" musical.
Later, Usher paid a visit to perform his song, "OMG," and introduced the world premiere of his protege Justin Bieber's "Somebody to Love" music video.
Back to the results: After dancing their solos, Melinda, Cristina and Alexie came together to find out who was going home. Nigel reiterated to Melinda his advice about getting some warmth into her dance, and told her to bring some fire. Next, he told Cristina she brought the fire, but not the steps. She was the one, the judges felt, was dancing for her life.
Finally, Alexie stepped forward and Nigel told her she was "very contained" in her movement. He told her she was "somewhat juvenile" in her dance style even though she was the oldest of the girls. Then he told her she was the first dancer cut this season.