Review: SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE “Top 18 Perform”

Week 2 of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE is on, this is getting really exciting.

Let’s find out how everybody did:

Chelsea Traille & Thayne JaspersonJazz

Chelsea Traille & Thayne Jasperson

Choreography: Mandy Moore
Music: “Untouched” by The Veronicas
Thoughts: I usually like Mandy Moore, but this choreography was really boring and the costumes were just not pretty. I just didn’t really like it. Rating: 2/4

Chelsie Hightower & Mark KanemuraArgentine Tango

Chelsie Hightower & Mark Kanemura

Choreography: Alex Da Silva
Music: “Mi Confesión” by Gotan Project
Thoughts: I really didn’t like Chelsie in this. There was absolutely no sensuality. I totally disagree with the judges, it wasn’t good. I didn’t believe it at all. Mark was great, but Chelsie was just going through the motion. What were the judges looking at, seriously?! Rating: 2/4

Jessica King & William WingfieldHip Hop

Jessica King & William Wingfield

Choreography: Olisa Thompson and Cisely Bradley
Music: “Whatever U Like” by Nicole Scherzinger
Thoughts: The choreography was just boring to me if I’m being honest. I didn’t think there was anything special about it. I won’t remember it tomorrow. Rating: 2/4

Matt Dorame & Kourtni LindFox Trot

Matt Dorame & Kourtni Lind

Choreography: Jean-Marc Genereux
Music: “A Foggy Day (In London Town)” by Michael Bublé
Thoughts: Even though while I was watching I thought it was an ok performance, I think it’s just forgettable. I don’t think I’ll remember these two tomorrow. But as a whole, it was pretty good. I did enjoy Matt more than Kourtni. Rating: 2/4

Courtney Galiano & Gev ManoukianContemporary

Courtney Galiano & Gev Manoukian

Choreography: Mandy Moore
Music: “Lost” by Anouk
Thoughts: This is the first choreography of the night that I really enjoyed. After the terrible performance last week, these two absolutely stepped it up this week and were lucky to get such a nice choreography as well. Definitely need to keep an eye out for them. Rating: 4/4

Katee Shean & Joshua AllenBroadway

Katee Shean & Joshua Allen

Choreography: Tyce DiOrio
Music: “All For the Best” from Godspell
Thoughts: These guys are my favorite couple. Talk about connection. They had so much emotion and personality that came out. It was great. I loved it. Rating: 4/4

Susie Garcia & Marquis CunninghamSalsa

Susie Garcia & Marquis Cunningham

Choreography: Alex Da Silva
Music: “Aguanile” by Willie Colon & Hector Lavoe
Thoughts: I really didn’t feel that one. I think the pressure just got to Susie after the comment that Alex Da Silva made. She was trying so hard to be good that it didn’t let her really shine. As for Marquis, I didn’t find anything exciting about him either. Rating: 1/4

Kherington Payne & Twitch BossViennese Waltz

Kherington Payne & Twitch Boss

Choreography: Jean-Marc Genereux
Music: “A New Day Has Come” by Celine Dion
Thoughts: Wow! That was so beautiful, I loved it. These styles can get boring, but I was totally into it. Like I said previously I am a big fan of Twitch and I am starting to really like Kherington as well. Rating: 4/4

Comfort Fedoke & Chris JaroszKrump

Comfort Fedoke & Chris Jarosz

Choreography: Lil’C
Music: “Come And Get Me” by Timbaland feat. 50 Cent and Tony Yayo
Thoughts: Let’s be honest here, Chris just didn’t get it, he just couldn’t hit it. But Comfort was great. Although every time Lil’C choreographs something I just wish he would dance it himself, but that’s another story. Overall it was good. Rating: 3/4