Women empowerment seemed to be the “So You Think You Can Dance” theme in the latest episode last Monday. Street Team’s mentor, tWitch, pointed out how “mighty” were the ladies. Read on for details.
In tWitch’s Entertainment Weekly blog, the talented dancer first mentioned Jaja and J.J. He explained Jaja’s strong technique in particular, which is krump. He stated that Jaja smoothly blended krump and animation which made “the choreographers’ wheels turning.” Trying to remain secretive about his other female bets, tWitch still promised that Season 12 would be “a strong season for the girls.”
tWitch also noticed Jacy’s perseverance and strength. He thought her performance was inspiring for all teams. Coming from Jacy’s performance, tWitch explained that dance is more than words.
“Dance isn’t based on the interpretation of words—sometimes in the moment you don’t have the words to explain a feeling, and with dance you don’t really need to,” tWitch stated.
Stage Team’s mentor, Travis Wall, also gave his own list of standouts, male or female. He stated on his EW blog that although several cities promised great talent, L.A. was overflowing with stellar performances. He mentioned names in particular to prove his point. As a choreographer, he got excited during Jim’s performance. He described Jim as “the choreographer’s dream.” He explained that some dance techniques which he could not do would be possible with Jim’s execution.
The star mentor also remembered Avo. He believed Avo is a mature and distinguished ballet dancer. On the other hand, Allen was packed with energy as a ballroom dancer. Aside from Allen’s talent, Wall could not forget his inspiring life story. Wall also liked Cody’s performance.
“So You Think You Can Dance” Season 12 airs every Monday at 8:00 p.m. on FOX.
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