But backstage she cries to her mother. The prize for winning the challenge was to pick the competition routine based solely on Bob Mackie costume sketches, and since Mom Cindy was such a fashionista she gave her opinion while pointing out that Mommy Knows Best. This year at six he just grabbed the bag gave me his back and started searching inside the bag. She pulls over mom, Jessalyn. Asia could dance circles around her at 6. Can anybody help me out with that? Rachelle says, even so, JoJo is a performer, which makes Abby look like this.
Travis and Kelani are first with their performance which is inspired by Phantom of the Opera. Apparently she had pulled her act together in time but will she be able to hold it. Good luck getting that out of your head when it hits the pillow. La la la la la la … I cannot hear you talking, JoJo. JoJo is an expert plsssssshh-er. Hate the mother; take it out on a perfectly good kid. And relieved to see that Richy Jackson is his vest-wearing, finger-waving self.
He tells the girls to think of themselves as a hip-hop super group and this is the opening number of their concert. The remaining eight dancers get back on the stage, the judges admit their decision was very difficult tonight. Gianna is stuck with Maria Antoinette. One mom finally snaps and takes on Abby after she gives one too many criticisms about her daughter. I love that woman more than Teletubbies.
Anybody care to guess who we hear from first? Posting that a nine year old child is self centered egotistical and obnoxious is improper. Along the way, each competitor will be accompanied and coached by his or her own mother, who will make critical training, costume, music and choreographic decisions for their child while also navigating the precarious waters of the other highly competitive parents. Maybe we could stick Cindy and JoJo in a soundproof booth and let them have a Yap Battle until they both come up hoarse. Abby says she wants attitude and aptitude. I could get 2,000, at least. All the little dancers blew a complete spaz, but Eden Wood wannabe JoJo seemed to take it the hardest as she squealed and nearly lost the Disney bow right off the top of her head.
Basically it was just some really bad stage lighting and the realization that the only thing Gianna could remember to do was cry again. Once again I have to comment on Abby and her disgusting ways. Next up is 12-year-old Arizona beauty Kalani. Cindy says Jess should not have listened to her 9-year-old and made her choose a solo. Rachelle wants McKaylee to lighten her turns. And you will be surprise what brings these pre-teens and teenagers over the edge. She also likes to bully kids younger than her.
While everyone else seemed to have forgotten that this was still a dance competition, Trinity and Gianna were at least trying to learn some new Gaga moves. As her reward, Gianna gets to choose her costume but not her dance. Abby tells them that their challenge starts now, the kids start doing the choreography; while Abby is watching them all like a vulture. Meanwhile another dancer struggles with becoming the evil Stepmother. Abby admits that she star qualities in both Ally and Gianna tonight. Is Abby unduly hard on Gianna? Kalani cries and clutches her pal — turns out they were besties on the show.
Abby is a bully, plain and simple. Then nasty Abby was constantly beating her down to the point that her performance declined. There are just to many children committing suicide over cyber bullying. Ever the pageant queen, Sarina handles her exit with grace. Forget deer in the headlights.
The pressure is on for the dancer who chooses the first solo of the season…will they triumph, or go down in flames? If she wants to be able to hold her own with the big girls, than I suggest she start acting like a big girl and lose the bratty attitude. In an intense rehearsal, the dancers must learn three different routines in only two hours. The faces were simply too much for the judges. Under the eyes of this week's challenge choreographer Richy Jackson, the young competitors struggle to embrace their own originality. Abby stands by her assessment that a lyrical solo would have better suited the girl. Tiffany is on my nerves. Next up are Ally, Chloe and Trinity and their Beyoncé trio, which was actually choreographed by a camera-shy guy named , who is the founder of a dance crew called.