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SYTYCD: Top 20 Results

Please forgive me. I simply forgot the whole "Dance for your life" bit. Therefore, after the annoucement of the bottom three couples, I realized my prediction below would most likely be incorrect. Saki is a judge's favorite, after all. And Ravioli is way more powerful than Tony.

I personally thought Karla's solo was the weakest (running to do the next spin or leap without much substance in between.) But the judges decided to let Paris go instead. And I was not surprised when they said goodbye to Tony as well. If you recall, he has been said to be the one the judges "went the furthest out on a limb" for.

Now I'm somewhat emotionally unattached at this point. I mean, we are no way near the Allison Iraheta stages, folks. Here, however, are the standout moments of the night:

Cutest Moment: Phillip and Jeanine's embrace after they were announced as safe. You would have thought they won the whole darn thing! And the way Phillip walked over to Cat, all the while Jeanine just clinging to him like a little doll, was simply adorable. (And why all of a sudden am I finding Phillip sexy?! That is something I NEVER thought I would say!)

Weirdest Moment: There was a professional Tango couple that came out and did their thing. There was even a cool spin move up to the shoulder at the end. But what was up with the chick after it was over?! Were her lips sealed so that she could not even fake a smile?! I sensed Cat's discomfort.

Worst Moment: Um, remind me to never attend a Sean Kingston concert.


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