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Another big point in Amy’s corner is the downright gape-worthy routine she nailed with Robert “Gay Porn Aladdin” Roldan, an alum of the glorious seventh season.
She was the star of her jazz routine with Aaron, and although Fik-Shun threatened to derail her fearlessness during that ultra-dramatic tango (seriously, the lighting was -level glitzy), she still whipped herself around his frame with alarming ease and specificity. As Paula “Crazy Cool, HEY-I’M-COOL, Crazy Cool” Abdul noted, her center is frighteningly stable.
Curtis Holland hurt his shoulder during rehearsals and was not cleared by his doctors to perform this week.
So he was absent for the dark and moody group routine choreographed by Sonya Tayeh and Dmitry Chaplin.
’s tenth season, and we’re all having a great time watching it like thriving gay Americans. Jasmine used that solo to convey delirium, confusion, cerebral mania, and a lot of joy.
Loved it), and if we were going off sheer stamina and poise, maybe Amy would be the deserving winner. And thus, the title must go to the season’s most explosive talent. Naturally you have to shove aside that Dmitry Chaplin routine if you want to consider her night a flaw-free medley, but that’s not too difficult. Arie’s “Ready for Love” (which is, for some reason, an standard), which was not the maudlin and cheaply cloying exposition it could’ve been.
I half-expected Aaron to try on a bedazzled bustier and pout the words to “Causing a Commotion” for the hell of it.
Here’s hoping the voting public is living for her legginess too.
That loopy costume freakshow with Jasmine near show’s end was a campy cookie we needed (Man, those weird skirts. Jasmine’s hardness and warmth are both signature attributes, and because her essence is both telegenically grand and distinct, she is the rightful winner of ’s tenth season.