People get ticked off all the time. It's not about whether they get ticked off or not, it's about whether they can move on and still manage to work with the individual who may have ticked them off. We haven't seen any evidence to suggest that Adechike will not do just that.Originally Posted by abbiebrock;3970851;
Mia has no excuse. That wasn't about critique, it was about being hateful and unprofessional. Critique would imply that she had actually made useful and constructive comments. There was very little in what she had to say that could be used to become a better dancer, and what little there was became buried in the nastiness that followed. She should be old enough and professional enough to do better, not just know better, but DO better. This show may be about finding America's favorite dancer, but they like to talk about these dancers taking what they say to heart and becoming better, Mia has shown that she can be very counter-productive to that end.