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A look at the night's performances:
Adechike with Lauren Gottlieb, hip-hop choreographed by Dave Scott: AdeChike really came alive this week with this one.
Ashley Galvan with Ade Obayomi, contemporary choreographed by Dee Caspary: Showcased Ade as much as Ashley, but both shined in one of the best of the year so far.
Billy Bell's solo: This guy's flexibility is off the hook, and his sense of humor and character aren't bad either.
Robert Roldan with Courtney Galiano, jazz choreographed by Sonya Tayeh: Robert's tribute to his mom probably earned a lot of votes despite lackluster quality.
Jose Ruiz's solo: He is incredibly strong and fast.
Melinda Sullivan with Pasha Kovalev, salsa choreographed by Fabian Sanchez: She's really struggling to stay afloat.
Kent Boyd's solo: Not a lot of dancing, really.
Alex's solo: What the heck was that? It was awesome, regardless.
Lauren Froderman with Neil Haskell, Broadway choreographed by Joey Dowling: Sexy and strong ... no surprise.
Ashley's solo: That's some hair!
Billy with Kathryn McCormick, contemporary choreographed by Stacy Tookey: He needs to work on partnering.
Robert's solo: More about movement than dance.
Jose with Anya Garnis, samba choreographed by Dmitry Chaplin: Jose somehow sold yet another mismatched routine.
Melinda's solo: Seemingly at odds with the music.
Kent with Allison Holker, jazz choreographed by Mandy Moore: A little fake. Judges knocked him down a peg.
Adechike's solo: Fluid. Solid.
Lauren's solo: Gorgeous. Sensual.
Alex with tWitch, hip-hop choreographed by Tabitha and Napoleon D'Umo: Awesome. Just awesome.