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  • The Top 6 start Thursday night's results show with a Justin Giles group dance. Lil C is back on the panel with regulars Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe. This week's celebrity guest judge Christina Applegate is absent.

    Tonight's results won't include a "bottom" group because, as Nigel explains, a bottom four would also tell us who the top two are. Instead, we're going to get a heck of a lot more filler -- er, amazing performances! Every dancer will do a solo, and "American Idol" finalist Pia Toscano will perform, as well as the Bad Boys of Dance, and a "special" performance from last season's winner and runner-up, Lauren and Kent. It's gonna be ... an hour.

    Sasha, Caitlynn and Melanie each do their solos, with Melanie getting yet another standing ovation from the crowd and judges.

    After more National Dance Day dispatches, Tadd, Marko and Ricky do their solos. Kent and Lauren return to the stage to perform "Collide," choreographed by Travis Wall -- one of the routines that was nominated for an Emmy.

    To the results: Cat calls the girls to the stage. Sasha's night is recapped first, and we're reminded of her waacking routine, but more importantly her deeply emotional Tyce Diorio contemporary piece that brought most everyone to tears. Caitlynn heated up the floor with a sizzling samba, and had her "moment" with the Sonya Tayeh lyrical jazz piece that ended the night. Melanie sent everyone into hysterics again with her Broadway piece and proved she can "do anything," according to Nigel, with her hip hop routine. The first girl into the finale is ... Melanie.

    The guys come out next, forming an impromptu conga line. Tadd didn't get great marks on his Sonya Tayeh jazz routine, in which eh hung from a chandelier most of the time. But he redeemed himself with a Broadway routine that made him look good, even while sharing the stage with Melanie. Marko tried to bring the heat with his paso doble, but Nigel wanted more heat, saying Marko left him "a little cold." He roared back into beast mode on his pairing with Caitlynn in the Sonya Tayeh lyrical jazz piece. Ricky got big praise for both his Dee Caspury routine and his waacking routine with Sasha. The first guy into the finale is ... Marko.

    Be our guests: The Bad Boys of Dance take the stage, living up to their billing at first, but then a girl joins them. She's pretty bad, too (in a good way), but this still causes a bit of confusion.

    Back to the results: Sasha and Caitlynn come back to the stage. Nigel says they both know how much he loves them, but Caitlynn overthinks her routines a little too much, Melanie dances from her heart and Sasha dances from her soul. He says it doesn't matter who wins because "at the end of the day, dance wins."

    Cat finally announces that the second girl into the finale is Sasha. Caitlynn is out.

    Be our guest, again: Smacked right in between the girls' results and the guys', Pia Toscano performs her new single, "This Time," a likely effort to boost some pretty flat sales.

    Back to the results, again: Cat abruptly calls for Ricky and Tadd to come to the stage, and announces that the final guy into the finale is Tadd.

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