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  • For the third consecutive week, we knew one of the bottom three on Thursday nights So You Think You Can Dance results before it even started. Because he didnt perform due to injury on Wednesday, Billy Bell was automatically in the bottom.

    All-stars combined with the top five for the opening number, a smooth jazz piece choreographed by Kelley Abbey. The panel of judges, including guest judge Kenny Ortega, were back.

    There was a brief tribute to Denise Jefferson, director at the Alvin Ailey School, who died this week.

    To the results: Host Cat Deeley got right to the action, calling all five finalists to the stage. Lauren was the first to hear the news -- or read -- that she was safe. (Rather than announce the verdict, Cat showed her the result on her cue card).

    Next was Kent, who was also safe. That left Adechike, Robert and Jose waiting to see which one of them was safe.

    Be our guest: Before getting any further into the results, Cat introduced a pair of dancers from the American Ballet Theatre, who performed a piece from Don Quixote.

    Later, Cat brought DJ Smart, a Season 7 Top 24 hopeful, to the stage. There was more talk about National Dance Day, including footage of people who sent in videos of themselves performing the hip-hop routine choreographed by Tabitha and Napoleon.

    This weeks look back to the all-stars beginnings on the show focused on Lauren and Neil from Season 3, who returned to the stage to perform the Wade Robson routine they did that year.

    The final guest performance of the night came from Enrique Iglesias, who performed his song, I Like It, with Pitbull.

    Back to the results: The three guys remaining finally learned after another commercial break that Adechike was the one of them who was safe. That left Robert and Jose in the bottom three with Billy.

    After the solos, Nigel said the judges hadnt made up their minds, but had come to a conclusion.

    He asked Robert to step forward, and told him that a couple of the judges dont feel as if youre growing now. He next told Jose that hes also stopped growing, but, at the same time, he really was growing in his own area, but he needs to grow in other areas. He then told Billy that he set a precedent by taking the decision that he didnt want to dance even though the doctors had cleared him.

    Nigel then announced that the judges had come to the conclusion that none of them would go home this week, but two people would go home next week.

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