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    Re: 7/11 Show Discussion thread *spoilers*

    I agree - I hope we get to see a ballet routine with Eliana and Chehon or Daniel. I imagine it would be beautiful!

    Love all the dancers. I can't believe we are losing 4 already. What a difficult choice! While I love Cyrus, I don't see him being able to go very far. He's got a fantastic personality and what he does is amazing, but I don't see him being able to keep up with all the different genre's. The cat dance was great, probably the most memorable. Looking forward to next week's routines!
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    Re: 7/11 Show Discussion thread *spoilers*

    Eliana, Chehon and Daniel have done a ballet routine together already and it was stunning. It was the episode where they introduced the Top20...it was too short of course, but wonderful!

    Can't wait to see more!!
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    Re: 7/11 Show Discussion thread *spoilers*

    Quote Originally Posted by Gala62 View Post
    Eliana, Chehon and Daniel have done a ballet routine together already and it was stunning. It was the episode where they introduced the Top20...it was too short of course, but wonderful!

    Can't wait to see more!!
    I liked that routine, but I meant a traditional pas de deux, not a pas de trois and maybe a little less modern.
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    Re: 7/11 Show Discussion thread *spoilers*

    I agree - seeing just 2 of them on stage will be a huge treat.
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    Re: 7/11 Show Discussion thread *spoilers*

    Was on vacation and just tonight starting to watch this episode. I actually really really liked the opening number. I'm not familiar with Christopher Scott (am I? if I should be, remind me what he's done that I should recall... tks) but enjoyed the snappy quick timing of it all.

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    Re: 7/11 Show Discussion thread *spoilers*

    I enjoyed the opening number much more than any of the other routines. Not sure what was wrong with me, I just didn't enjoy the dances like I usually do.

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