Here is a summary of all of Mia's comments to AdéChiké:Originally Posted by jadewarlock;4011232;
- 6/16 Jazz - Mia loved Travis’s office routine, but since there was so much built around sexual chemistry – the absence of said chemistry in Adéchiké was noticeable: “Stiffness, strength, and empty technique”.
- 6/23 Contemp - Mia urges AdéChiké to tap into the joy, because he smiles then it goes away, so it comes across as dishonest. But when his movement is small and coming from inside himself, it’s gorgeous.
- 6/30 HipHop - Mia praises AdéChiké for taking their previous notes. “I’m so happy to see that there is some sunshine in there”.
- 7/7 Jazz - She feels that AdéChiké relied too much on personality, and his technique was mediocre. The performance was filled with “donut holes” for her.
- 7/7 Bolly - Mia says that AdéChiké lacked focus and his flaily movement suggested more of an African style
- 7/14 Salsa - Mia liked the tricks and the leg hinges, but felt that there were “bumps” and with some more rehearsal it might have been really good.
- 7/14 Contemp. - She was praying that AdéChiké would have a strong night, and he is. She compliments him both for his power and vulnerability.
- 7/21 HipHop - She loved the routine with Comfort, and said it was unbelievable and felt more real than any Contemporary routine. He let so much of himself out and showed who he really is.
- 7/21 Paso - A good attempt, but didn't have the poise and technique to take it over the top
Mia has it out for AdéChiké? If so, she is waging a very inconsistent campaign. No wonder he's still here.
Two weeks ago Billy did the only Louis van Amstel number so far this season - a Jive. Overall he got good reviews, but Nigel thought he was too pulled up, while Mia liked the upright effect.Originally Posted by Quemoni;4011304;