Next up is 12-year-old Arizona beauty Kalani. Now a group dance will be performed, Gianna, Trinity and McKaylee along with the past competitors are going to give their boxing performance. In an intense rehearsal, the dancers must learn three different routines in only two hours. As the contestants prepare throughout the week, the moms start sizing each other up. It all comes down to the two hour finale when will reveal her first Ultimate Dancer. Not professional to blame your problems on the choreographer. When one mom throws another mom under the bus, things get ugly.
I want to apologize for criticizing the twin boy dancers after the first episode. Jessalynn is shocked to see that Gianna is in the final three; each is going to have a team of dancers, Trinity has Travis and Tyler. McKaylee comes out and performs So Perfect. As the contestants prepare throughout the week, the moms start sizing each other up. Some of the dancers begin to turn on their mothers.
Tessandra will also be choreographing the Madonna duet, which will be performed by Kalani, Gianna and McKaylee. The pressure is on for the dancer who chooses the first solo of the season. Tiffany is on my nerves. The claws come out when one mom tries to sabotage another with dance assignments. Joining Miller at the judges table will be Robin Antin, founder of the pop group sensation Pussycat Dolls, and dancer and cutting-edge celebrity choreographer Richard Jackson. Rachelle has curls and a headband like a Greek goddess. This week the girls not only have to worry about perfecting their solos, but they're also doing a complicated and grueling circus inspired group dance.
And her feet are beautiful. Watch it now for free! Put a ring on it. Meanwhile, one dancer struggles with her technique while ignoring her mother's corrections, which threatens to turn their dance into a real disaster. At A+E Networks you'll find a community of innovative, creative and inspiring people who aren't afraid to try new things and collaborate in an effort to stretch the company forward. The pressure is on for the dancer who chooses the first solo of the season. With the pressure of the surprise immunity reward building, tempers between the moms reach a boiling point. Melanie admits right off the cuff that she and her kid are less than popular with a lot of other dance moms.
Now Richy gives a performance of his own with eight of his dancers, before we get to see the final three perform. Under the eyes of this week's challenge choreographer Richy Jackson, the young competitors struggle to embrace their own originality. Then Abby shows up to inform the rank and file that the theme this week is mythology — the gods and the mortals. So the challenge will be the Ultimate Dance Battle, which I recall from last year as being kind of a bunch of hoobage fairness-wise, but a lot of fun to watch. Nerves are at an all-time high and nothing is off limits when it comes to making the final three. Tina says Trinity rocks at those, so no problem.
One dancer starts some drama that quickly goes global after she tells her mother she overheard other dancers saying she wished she had been eliminated. Animosity begins to build toward one dancer. Abby points out the biggest flaw in each of the trio. California native Tiffany says her 13-year-old daughter Ally gets a lot of attention because she is bi-racial, tall and striking. This could go two ways.
The show is hosted by , and judged by , , and. Trinity and Travis are next. The winner's mom gets to decide which dancers land in the bottom three, leading to new fights and some surprise allegiances. The pressure of the competition has the moms harping on their children and one mom even sells out her own kid to the judges for not working hard enough. The four girls step out onto the stage in front of the judges, who will make it in the top three; turns out that Gianna and McKaylee will be the first two going to the official final three.
The judges smile and smile as the children dance. When they beat the girls in competition we were worried they might be here to stay. The dancer was eliminated but was saved by one of the judges by using their Call Back Card. The skill the Goddess will be looking for in the mere mortals is power. Time to meet the judges. When they do this, you will find that Abby doesn't hold back on what she thinks. And, one pair must overcome their physical differences in order to become the perfect dancing machines.
After witnessing that mom make one of the girls break into tears, two of the other mothers join forces and conjure up a demon, unleashing on the other mom claiming she is being fake. On Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition, Abby watches many dance. Who else hopes all scissors, files and other sharp objects are kept out the reach of the latter two? It all comes down to a double elimination and the pressure is on as the contestants must impress the judges if they want to make the cut. Meanwhile another dancer struggles with becoming the evil Stepmother. Her mom is Kira, who says she and her little ballet aficionado butt heads a lot.
Meanwhile, another contestant's role in the group dance forces her to share painful memories with her fellow dancers. Or the rabid media coverage of her marriage to octogenarian oil tycoon J. McKaylee is asked what her two favorite performances in the competition were; she says that it was her first week with Madonna and her Les Miserable. Richy has prisms for lapels. That leaves Trinity, Haley, Sarina and Gianna in danger of elimination. The challenge winner's mom earns the animosity of the others by bragging about her child.