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” he said, asking her if she’d seen the recent Oscar-winning film “The Artist,” a tribute to the silent film era. “I just am so fascinated by that whole flapper era and I love watching silent films,” Lowe, 18, told the judges. But most of all, “They’re so much like dancers,” she said.“They aren’t allowed to talk, but they still have to get a message across.” The “So You Think You Can Dance” hopeful is among 20 — 10 women and 10 men — who made the latest cut on the series, which last taped in Las Vegas and now moves to Los Angeles.“You’re a proper little character already, aren’t you?” Lythgoe — also the show’s producer — asked Lowe, obviously amused by her vintage flair, one that the show’s producers milked by offering a scratchy black-and-white montage of Lowe’s backstory before the judges informed her they’d be sending her on to the next round. ” announced some old-fashioned font on screen, in the style of a silent movie. ” “Kind of like what you see on ‘Dance Moms’ but not nearly as intense with the parents,” Lowe says. Her grandmother is tickled by her embrace of flapper style, Lowe says, although the contemporary movements are a far shot from her classical background.They have also occasionally been featured in non-competitive performances during results shows, reprising old well-received routines or new group dances; however, the table below references only duets performed with competing partners.Fox and series creator Nigel Lythgoe have each independently confirmed that the weekly results show, a staple of the series in seasons 2-8, has been cut from the show format and that only one episode will air each week for the show's ninth season.Powering across a New York stage, Amelia Lowe was all white legs and sleek bob haircut in a high-waisted black dance skirt, the corners of her eyes drawn up and out with liner.If she put on a bell-shaped cloche hat, she could pass for 1920s silent film star Louise Brooks.
“Adorable,” one judge sighed before Lowe even began her contemporary dance routine.
Starting next week, she will dance live in front of America for a shot at the championship.
Lowe, who lives in Butler, has the distinction of not only being the only New Jerseyan, but also being the only dancer from the tri-state area in the top group.
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