Ready For the Top 12 Tonight?

We know that you’re totally hooked on season 5 (we are too!), but we still heart the season 4 contestants. So we dug up some old videos for you. We met up with Comfort, Kherington and Twitch on the “SYTYCD” tour. Here, they dish about everything you wanted to know about the show, touring and what’s next for these dance stars.

 

Interview with Comfort

 

Interview with Twitch

 

Interview with Kherington

 

So who’s excited for tonight’s top 12 performances? This week is extremely important since the elimination will determine who makes the tour. We have our fingers crossed for a few people (ahem, Jeanine, Kayla, Evan, Randi, Melissa and Jason).

And for you really eager fans, we just found these spoilers Twitter:


Nigel: “Mia's piece is very strong inspired by ‘addiction.’ Wade has a fun cartoon number, very strong ballroom routines, disappointing Russian folk.”

Nappytabs: “Well another day of you guessed it....REHEARSAL! Prepping for our next routine. A group number.”

Talk to you later during the show on Twitter! —Lauren Levinson

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