Articles tagged with: Kirsty Swain
This week, the top ten had to learn two new dance styles. Some couples adapted to this better than others, one couple; Tom and Katrina, to the judges, did not rise to this challenge as well as they could have so are now out of the competition.
They opened the showed with a Salsa number that lacked hips, sex appeal and normal sals…
Well this time we say goodbye to not two dancers, but four, one couple now out are Rithy and Shane.
They performed a contemporary routine showing a slower, calmer side to them, but it didn’t work so well.
Compared to all their other performances, this was probably their weakest dance, and one of the weakest performanc
The third live show and now out are Charlie and Alice, who performed a hip hop routine, the choreography was good but neither dancer performed it as best as they could have.
At some points Alice was dancing ahead and Charlie was dancing behind the music.
Alice really attacked the routine but it came acro…
This week, out of the competition is Stephanie Powell and Gian-Luca Loddo, last week their partners were kicked out so they were put together.
They performed a Cha-Cha which was actually really good; Stephanie kept it hot and sexy and full of hips, it was definitely her dance.
Gian-Luca brought his own flare, was strong and did well to keep up with the dance, just n
First week of competition and we say goodbye to Paige Smith who performed a Jazz routine with Gian-Luca.
It’s not a big surprise that Paige was knocked out, the routine was messy and all over the place, the judges even said she was clumsy throughout the performance.
It was not just down to her though, the choreography was rubbish; it didn’t show the dancers strengths, it was just running around, jumping and more of a stage show not a dance routine.
So you think you can dance all kicked off with an amazing sailor-themed group performance.
The routine was clean and precise and the ladies made it as sexy as even. The energy of all the contestants was through the roof, even as the performers split into duos, smaller groups or performed solo, the precision remained and the individual talents were shown off.
Being a larger group than last year, the opening performance was a great one; they worked well with and complimented one another.