First farewell on tvguide.ca
After a super-long performance show on Monday night featuring the Top 11 couples, last night it was time to say goodbye to the first guy and girl of Season 4.
Now, I’ll try to keep my Leah-ranting down after this, but I’m not promising anything. I just can’t help but wonder how Leah Miller still has this hosting job when, four years later, people are still as annoyed with her as ever. From her look to her sugary tone, her persona just oozes phoniness — or is it just me? Just watch one episode of Dance’s American counterpart and you’ll see the glaring contrast between our host and their wonderful Cat Deeley.
But back to the show. The Top 22 performed a group hip-hop number, choreographed by Luther, that looked like a highly-skilled and colourful flash mob. Needless to say, the group performances are way more entertaining and cause much less grimacing than those on American Idol.
This week, the bottom three couples consisted of Cassandra and Francois, Lauren and Rodrigo, and Geisha and Adam A. After their dance-for-your-life solos, the judges announced that we would lose Cassandra (who’s personality, despite sharing my name, I have no patience for) and the injured Adam A. Surprisingly, Jean-Marc invited Adam back to next year’s final due to his injury, which is uncommon as finalists who make it into the Top 22 or Top 20 are no longer eligible to try out in future years. Well, that was nice of them.
This, of course, makes for a shake up next week when Geisha will dance with her new partner Francois, which I believe will have awesome results.
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So You Think You Can Dance Canada airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on CTV.