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. This leaves four dancers up for elimination: Trinity, Gianna, Haley and Sarina. Did you all enjoy season 2 of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition? It all comes down to the two hour finale when Abby will reveal her first Ultimate Dancer. Former contestants and their moms make a surprise return for one last performance. Meanwhile, one dancer struggles with confidence issues as she tackles her very first solo of the competition. But for one mother and daughter, their fantasy of being the ultimate dancer comes to an end. McKaylee, Gianna and Kalani work with Tessandra Chavez on their Madonna-inspired trio.
The show features 12 contestants that are trained by professional choreographers in order to perform in front of judges Abby Miller, Robin Antin, and Richy Jackson. Abby decides to send home Kalani her most favorite contestant of them all, this is actually extremely shocking that Abby went through with this; Abby even said that she was trying to save her throughout the entire competition, but it was the right decision for her to go. Alliances began to form and the dance floor heated up as the youngest contestant rubbed one of the moms the wrong way. It is something that they can still learn. Abby says that this is going to be the most important performance of their lives; it then cuts to the past contestants coming in to say hello. To see all of our Dance Moms recaps Photo by Danny Feld, courtesy of Lifetime Posted on Tuesday, November 19, 2013. Kalani is Abby's style of dancer, Abby's said that, numerous times, from week one.
Travis wears grey pants and vest with a white shirt; JoJo is in pink with a large hat and elbow-length white gloves. Abby closes by calling Trinity a rock star, an upstanding citizen, and a really great kid. He tells her the dance is about finally being okay with not being perfect. Host Kevin Manno stands at center stage in a fabulous black suit and tie with a pink shirt, and introduces Brianna Haire, who is in the audience. McKaylee choose to do her Les Mis performance, Trinity decides on doing Down and Dirty, Gianna wants to do her Zombie solo and Kalani wants to do her Rhinestone Cowgirl. Plus an injury during rehearsal could spell disaster for another mother and daughter duo.
Only three dancers remain for the grueling final round of this life changing competition. Alliances begin to form, but when one mom takes charge during rehearsal, the other moms realize that she could be trouble. The last dancer standing wins the challenge and gets a reward that will give them an advantage in the competition. Davis says that he it is his first time seeing her perform and that he would come and see her again. 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.
McKaylee wins season 2 of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition! I was tough on you, but you rose to the challenge. After Abby's visit, McKaylee's nerves get the best of her: she cries and flees to the bathroom, then gets it together, returns to rehearsal, and tells Victor the dance doesn't feel right. Meanwhile, one dancer struggles with the hip-hop trio and when the judges can t decide who should go home, that can mean only one thing. Abby mentions how Trinity is stellar, that Gianna is like a dark course in this competition; and that McKaylee is the most ballet based. Abby is proud to have the two of them standing there today, but they can only choose one Ultimate dancer. We are always on the lookout for talented candidates who are curious about the world around them and passionate about entertainment. Meanwhile, another contestant's role in the group dance forces her to share painful memories with her fellow dancers.
Abby says that it was a difficult decision in the end, but McKaylee was the right choice. Richy thinks they all put it on the line. 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. This leads to lots of squeals and hugs — it's nice to see how much the contestants genuinely like and miss each other. Gianna like her zombie solo and her Twisted duet with Kalani; Trinity liked her Medusa performance and her Hip-Hop performance with Jo Jo.
On competition day, Abby makes a surprise visit to the Vanity Room and introduces Davis Robertson, the artistic director of the Joffrey Concert Group at the Joffrey Ballet School of New York; he will act as the fourth judge for the final competition. Judges Rachelle Rak and Richy Jackson perform, as does Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler. The two other moms come in and watch Trinity practice and they keep making negative comments about Trinity. Who was your favorite mother-daughter duo? Kalani did really well and yet Ally missed a step. Chloe, McKaylee, and Hayley are the bottom three. 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.
But they re not alone. Trinity, Ally and Chloe are next with their Beyoncé-inspired number. Another dancer struggles to connect with the history of the people that inspired her routine. Kalani ends up falling on her ass at the end of her performance and Cindy hopes that her being her favorite messed up; Abby believes that Trinity was a bigger disappointment than Kalani. They play back the song, and McKaylee realizes the lyrics describe her emotions. 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.
I've been fighting for you in this competition every step of the way — this was the ultimate challenge. Meanwhile, one dancer struggles with confidence issues as she tackles her very first solo of the competition. Abby says Haley started out confident, but then almost fell on her head. Nerves are at an all-time high and nothing is off limits when it comes to making the final three. Gianna is working on all the technical things such as jumping high and being more flexible, Abby wants to see Trinity show her softer side and she wants McKaylee to bring out her personality in the performance.