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SYTYCD – Week Two Performance

The judges for this weeks show are Nigel LythgoeMary MurphyDebbie Reynolds.

The first performance of the week was Ryan Ramirez and Ricky Jaime dancing a Mandy Moore jazz piece to Robert Palmer’s “Addicted to Love.”

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Up next with a Stacey Tookey contemporary piece was Caitlynn Lawson and Mitchell Kelly performing to Adele’s “Turning Tables.”

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Missy Morelli and Wadi Jones performed a Jean-Marc Generaux Cha-cha-cha to Ke$ha’s “Cannibal.”

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Performing a Bollywood routine to “Baawre” from Luck By Chance were Iveta Lukosiute and Nick Young, choreographed by Nakul Dev Mahajan.

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The next routine was a NappyTabs hip-hop to Busta RhymesBreak Ya Neck” performed by Miranda Maleski and Robert Taylor Jr.

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For the second contemporary routine of the night Clarice Ordaz and Jess LeProtto danced a Stacey Tookey piece to “Cathedrals” by Jump, Little Children.

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Performing the Viennese Waltz choreographed by Jean-Marc Genereux was Jordan Casanova and Tadd Gadduang. The song used was “Fade Into Me” by David Cook.

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Melanie Moore and Marko Germar were next with a Mandy Moore jazz routine to “Sing with a Swing (Raf Marchesini Remix)” by DWS.

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Performing to “Coming Home” by Diddy – Dirty Money feautring Skylar Grey was Sasha Mallory and Alexander Frost. This hip-hop routine was choreographed by NappyTabs.

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And the last routine of the night was Ashley Rich and Chris Koehl performing a broadway routine choreographed by Spencer Liff to “Please, Mr. Jailer” by Rachel Sweet.

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