Melissa and Ade have always been given nothing but praise so I never expected to see them dancing for their lives.
The other two were expected: Caitlin and Jason and Jeanine and Phillip. People were quick to say that the Russian dance cost one couple votes, but the truth is, Phillip's entire run has been lackluster. He's great at popping but not so good on the other styles. The judges said so and sent him home. His partner, Jeanine, got to stay and it was Caitlin who went on the girl's side. One consolation, Nigel promised them both spots on the dance tour despite them missing the So You Think You Can Dance top ten by one week.
As of next week, it's no longer up to the judges to make the call. From now on it will be entirely up to the audience to decide who stays and who goes. There's still no clear front runner so it's the perfect opportunity for someone to step it up and steal the prize.
Don't miss our exclusive interview with So You Think You Can Dance's costume designer on July 15.
Here's something I don't get to say everyday. I'm on TV tonight! I was a day player on the Discovery ID series Call 911, which airs at 8:00 tonight. I'm reenacting the role of a woman who woke up to find her parents being held hostage by an intruder. Scary stuff but I had a great time filming it.
This weekend's top TV picks:
The light-hearted comedy Sci-Fi series returns with all new episodes starting tonight on Syfy. First up, the residents of Eureka deal with a new sheriff who is a little too perfect while the town experiences some disturbing gravity shifts.
Watch Eureka on Friday at 9:00 on Syfy.
Watch Harper's Island on Saturday at 9:00 on CBS.
This four-hour miniseries (spread over two nights) begins when Dr. Lehman (Christopher Lloyd) and Imogene O'Neil (Marla Sokoloff) discover that a giant meteor has been knocked out of orbit and is heading...you guessed it...straight for Earth. Cue military scientist (Jason Alexander) saying there's no danger, and the small town sheriff (Stacy Keach) trying to keep order in a panicked town. It's pretty standard disaster fare with a decent cast of familiar faces but it's not as exciting as it should be. Where's Irwin Allen when you need him?
Watch Meteor on Sunday at 9:00 on NBC.
Deb may be beautiful and thin but she's not such a nice person. So when she's killed in a car accident, heaven's gatekeeper isn't all that interested in making a deal with this Drop Dead Diva -- at first. He finally agrees to give Deb that second chance at life but this time she's got to do it in the plus-sized body of the recently deceased lawyer Jane. It's brains over beauty in this new Lifetime original series that stars newcomer Brooke Elliot and the very funny Margaret Cho.
Watch Drop Dead Diva on Sunday at 9:00 on Lifetime.
Jon Heder is working on a new series for Comedy Central where he plays an out of work IT guy forced to return to his parent's home.
EW's Ausiello is reporting that both Eric McCormack and Wentworth Miller will be guesting on Law & Order: SVU this year.
Lindsay Lohan has started her own TV production company and is said to be working on a project that is like Entourage but with fashion.
So You Think You Can Dance: Host Cat Deeley (R) announces the eliminated contestants Caitlin Kinney (L) and Phillip Chbeeb (C ) Mathieu Young/Fox
Harper's Island -- Pictured (L-R) C.J. Thomason as Jimmy Mance and Katie Cassidy as Trish Wellington. Photo: Chris Helcermanas-Benge/CBS
Drop Dead Diva -- Pictured: Brooke Elliott (C) and Margaret Cho (R). Photo Credit: Guy D' Alema/ Lifetime Television
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