Was Brianna the ultimate dancer or a compromise on Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition?

The announcement took two hours to come on the finale of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition on Lifetime. Was it the right decision to choose Brianna?

America lost Asia, its seven year-old sweetheart last night when Abby Lee Miller told her she didn't even come in second among the three finalists.

That was harsh, but presumably the moms and dancers would have wanted to know how they stacked up against each other.

Why was Madison not picked? Here are a few parts of the judges' consultation from last night:

Abby Lee Miller: "This is the best dancer," as she held up Madison's photo. She continued, "This kid technically is gorgeous and wonderful, but she can't act or perform like these two," as she pointed to photos of Brianna and Asia.

Richy Jackson: "Madison has had some bad performances. She hasn't had great performances. Tonight she was clearly the one. She didn't show up for six weeks."

Robin Antin: "I clearly agree. This one is gonna go far. She took all your corrections, opened up and was unbelievable."

Why didn't Asia get the nod after winning over at least one judge, Robin Antin of Pussycat Dolls fame?

Abby put her foot down on the technique side of the equation, telling Robin that Asia has "...great physicality and great timing and great intuition." In other words, she isn't the technical dancer to become Abby's first Ultimate Dance Competition winner.

Antin kicked and screamed a bit: "I don't care. I love her There's a reason why I love her and America loves her. She's the star of the whole competition."

Jackson fell in with Abby on the little girl this time. "It was just another one of her "performances"," he said as he used air-quotes.

Brianna came out of this confusion as the winner. After Madison was praised to the hilt she was brought down by Richy Jackson noting that only when she had to "dance for her life" did she bring it. That convinced Abby to go another way.

Asia had no chance when Jackson didn't see anything new from the little lightning rod of controversy, giving Abby the ability to put her foot down as she wanted to do several times before.

Brianna triumphed due to incessant lobbying by Richy Jackson. "She was fantastic.She is consistent. She comes prepared."

That countered Abby's insistence that Brianna is a strong dancer but with "...bad feet that have consistently, consistently been bad."

Antin added this: "I think she is strong. I think she is athletic. She does not impress. " To which Abby said. "I think she is nasty and strong and bowls the kids over."

Then how did she manage to come out the winner? You tell me. Who do you think won?

Read about all the episodes of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition, right here at HULIQ. Click the hot link with the show's title above this story.

Comments

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Clearly Madison was the best dancer, followed by Amanda who didn't make the finals. Asia should have been gone a long time ago. Brianna was an intense dancer but Madison was a delight to watch and listen to. She is a class act so is her mother. Her technique was amazing - I guess they needed her to learn to growl. They got it close to right, at lease asia did not win.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I agree with you in that Madison was a very talented dancer and was was very balletic in the way she moved, but i can't help but be slightly turned off by her attitude towards the end of the end of the competition. She acted like she was better than everyone else, even though she was, and you could tell the attitude of her mother was rubbing off on her and she ended up coming of as quite a snob. But i thought Brianna remained humble, soulful and kind throughout the entire competition. I mean i know, its Abby's ultimate "dancer" not person, but their personalities drastically skewed my opinion.....

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I know editing can shine people in a worse light than they really are, but the things Madison said about other dancers and how she mocked their dancing and routines in the last episode was horrific. Being mean spirited like that and needing to put others down to make you feel better is just unacceptable behavior.

Submitted by Ace 234 (not verified) on
I think when all's said and done Brianna was the most consistent dancer and probably the best overall. Madison was very good and I was rooting for her. On the other hand, I was not impressed by Asia at all and I supposed she probably played better to a live audience than on TV. She was overly cute and showed a lot of that Honey Boo Boo obnoxious sassiness which I pray is not becoming the norm for little kids.

Submitted by Soncee (not verified) on
I agree with your comments 110%!! Well done!

Submitted by Nette (not verified) on
@Anonymous...you must be either Coreen or Madison. When they both open their mouths, they're negative. Madison is BORIIIIING to watch. Her dancing is boring. Compare her to the Maddy on Dance Moms. Little Maddy is more like Brianna and Asia. Amandas face also never changes. She got old on me. As Richy says, Brianna will do anything you ask of her. All different types of dances and she comes out on top. Asia would have won if she was older. She simply has not had enough time in life to be where the others are. Only 3 years experience compared to ten. I'm certain they took that into consideration throughout the competition but refuse to think that way for the finals. The other moms are angry that a 7 year old beat their kid. Sorry, Hadley is boring and Zachs poor performance in hip hop was judged properly.

Submitted by notAsia (not verified) on
Asia wasn't my sweetheart. Poor little girl - learning at such a young age to trash talk from her tacky mother and make dancing all about the show and smiles vs. technique.

Smile vs. technique. They always managed to get in some gymnastic moves for her. If you go to my other articles here at HULIQ about Asia, you will see how many people adored her and wanted her to win. Click on the hot link at the end of this story to find the page and when you open the ones about Asia having nine lives, you'll see what I mean.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Look Asia is amazing. First of all, for age 7, she's got it going on. It takes years to learn how to perform, but this little diva, was born a star. I am a professional dancer and teacher myself and yes, the technique is not all there yet, but she's 7. She is where she needs to be and then some. My suggestion is to maybe have 2 age categories and compare apples to apples. Remember, there are 2 types of dance, commercial and concert. For the prize of studying with the Joffrey School, my vote was for Amanda.

Submitted by Soncee (not verified) on
Oh Puhleez! That little monster learned her Diva ways from her mumster!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I don't agree when you say Asia has a lot of talent. I understand that she's only 7, but just because of her age, doesn't mean she should continue!

Submitted by Soncee (not verified) on
Honey, Finally!! Someone who can see past Asia's Oh she's a great dancer for age-Bullsh*t! And Yes, She was a total Diva throughout the entire Competition--it really got on my last, dance Nerve! In fact, the Only reason Asia lasted in the competition as long as she did, had nothing to do with performance and technique, but Ratings!! I'm sooo Glad, a more, talented, deserving, and humble dancer took the competion. Kudos Briana, you not only Earned it--but Deserved the win!!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
It is so hard to believe that people write in to trash a 7 yr old. I was so impressed by her and her mother for standing up to that evil mother. I however do not believe Asia should have won it all. I would have voted for Madison or Amanda but it is what it is. If all the dancers had their own show, I would attend Asia's. She had it all and I can't imagine what she will be like when she is older. Stop hating on a little girl.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
It is so hard to believe that people write in to trash a 7 yr old. I was so impressed by her and her mother for standing up to that evil mother. I however do not believe Asia should have won it all. I would have voted for Madison or Amanda but it is what it is. If all the dancers had their own show, I would attend Asia's. She had it all and I can't imagine what she will be like when she is older. Stop hating on a little girl.

Submitted by Judy (not verified) on
The key word here is "dancer"....not "entertainer". The judges were spot on when they named Brianna the winner of the 1st Abby Lee Miller Ultimate Dance Competition. From the beginning, Brianna was the one to beat, and thank goodness the judges chose to go with the dancer who had the most dancing talent. My personal opinion, Asia's Mother needs to go to anger management, and learn how to be a player. Lord help poor little Asia as she gets older. Just hope she reaches a point to where she can use her obvious talent to showcase, rather than have to be brow-beaten by an overbearing mother. Shame on you, Mom. I can't wait to see the next season, as the outcome of the first showed the world that this is a competition to find the best dancer. Go Brianna.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I am just saying, as a dancer for 13 years, dancing is all about entertaining. No one wants to watch someone dance and be bored. Facial expressions, along with beautiful technique, body lines, and body expressions, are all part of entertainment. A dancer is an entertainer. If you cannot keep your audience entertained, then you have no point in dancing for them. Breanna is a beautiful and entertaining dancer. Asia, for as young as she is, is a wonderful dancer as well, but she is so young and inexperienced as compared to the other girls. Madison struggled with her face the whole time, meaning it was hard to connect with her. All these girls are brilliant, and I really look forward to seeing them dance in the future.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I am just saying, as a dancer for 13 years, dancing is all about entertaining. No one wants to watch someone dance and be bored. Facial expressions, along with beautiful technique, body lines, and body expressions, are all part of entertainment. A dancer is an entertainer. If you cannot keep your audience entertained, then you have no point in dancing for them. Breanna is a beautiful and entertaining dancer. Asia, for as young as she is, is a wonderful dancer as well, but she is so young and inexperienced as compared to the other girls. Madison struggled with her face the whole time, meaning it was hard to connect with her. All these girls are brilliant, and I really look forward to seeing them dance in the future.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I'd have to agree with you here. Asia is also only six or seven years old so she has been dancing for a maximum of 5 years. At that age there is only so much technique a child can have. The rest needs to be entertainment value and the way they portray themselves to the audience. Technique will come with time. She was never my pick to win the competition but I did think she would get knocked out about where she did (admittedly about one or two rounds earlier). But it was the other two judges, not Abby, that argued to keep here in the competition and their jobs is to create entertainment value and not solid technical performances like Abby. This is why I think she stayed so long. Brianna may not have been the most technical dancer one the competition but she was the closest thing to the full package that the judges were looking for. I also liked her best on the show. But good luck to all the dancers on the contest. I'm sure they have very bright dance futures ahead of them

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I was a little confused...Madison caught my eye from week 1. Her dancing was strong and I loved her attitude. She turned in some superb performances--I thought the Bollywood and go-go routines were amazing and her performance in the finale was just beautiful. I don't understand the argument that she didn't "show up" until the end. I do think that Brianna was consistently great, too, though. Although her finale performance was not the best of the night, if the judges were looking back and choosing a winner based on the entire show, she was a valid choice. I hope that Brianna takes advantage of the Joffrey scholarship--it sounds like Madison was prepared to.

Submitted by Amanda (not verified) on
I was very surprised and disappointed with last nights ruling. I really loved Asia and although I do understand why she didn't win I think that Madison should have won. Im shocked Brianna won considering what Abby has said about her. She does has horrendous feet and considering her age she should be beyond where she actually. On the other hand Asia is only seven years old and did fantastic throughout the competition and with more training she is going to be better than both Brianna and Madison at their age. I actually hope to see more of her in the future.

Submitted by Kendricks Duncan (not verified) on
I was also surprised by Abby's ruling. Brianna is clearly not the best on the show, in all categories, she was average. Skills, Techniques, Showmanship, flexibility, balance. Her best dance was the African routine, her flexibility was her lone strength, but she rarely showcased that. Asia closed the show well, and by that standard, should have won. Yeah she's 7, but they picked 7-13 age group, why bring her to the finals then? Madison was boring as usual with her pouty, snobby face. Brianna was clearly not on top of her game and she knew it. Abby is a hypocrite, her 7 year olds on her Dance Moms show always win. Here, she seemed obsessed in making Asia the loser. The fix was in, it was either Brianna or Madison by default, so they flipped a coin. Technique wise, Amanda was brilliant She looked and walked like a dancer. She had a poker face, not a snobby-pouty-bratty one like Madison. So the fix was definitely in. The audience should have voted 50% on the last show. The final result, felt like a fixed boxing match and left me and my family unsatisfied

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I think that the judges made the right decision. Asia is an amazing performer, but I think she should have been eliminated before the top 5. She can't obviously can't dance at the same level as some of the other girls, but she could have at least learned to point her feet and not sickle them. Abby constantly had to remind her EVERY WEEK about her feet. And she never corrected them. I think Asia's downfall was not that she had bad feet, I think it was that she basically ignored corrections. Abby is always telling her students how important it is to apply corrections, and Asia never did. It seemed like she didn't even make an attempt. Madison and Brianna, from the beginning, were my predicted two winners. What I like about Madison is her technique is flawless. Amanda's technique was flawless too, and I think she should have been put into the finals over Asia. Amanda's downfall was her face, and so was Madison's. Madison is an immensely talented dancer, but she just doesn't have "it". Her face went flat whenever she launched into turns or something technical. She really only used her face when her chance of staying in the competition depended on it. Brianna was the best choice. Brianna has strong technique, specifically in leaps, which you can attribute to her physical strength. (I hadn't really heard Abby start hounding Brianna about her feet until a bit over halfway through the competition, which leads me to believe that they weren't as bad as Jordyn, Asia or Hadley's, who were corrected on their feet right from the start). Brianna has amazing emotional delivery. She can play any character without making it cheesy or over-rehearsed. Abby is always talking about how she creates employable dancers; Brianna, of the three finalists, was the most employable. She can play any character, which Madison struggled with, but she makes attempts to apply corrections, which is what Asia struggle with.

Submitted by Kendricks Duncan (not verified) on
Just to remind everyone again about Asia. She is 7. At that age, most of us couldn't even spell choreography correctly, yet alone perform techniques and routines meant for 14 year-olds. Age-for-age, pound-for-pound, she outdid everyone. The only dancer I honestly felt should have won over Asia was Amanda. She had flawless technique, un-matched skill and her routines and her delivery of them were mesmerizing. She looked like a dancer from So you think you can Dance...I felt that she had a poker face when dancing, as she was seen laughing and smiling alot off camera, she had a beautiful smile. Madison had that annoying pouty, snobby face which she obviously got from her Mommy. I don't think I ever saw Madison or her Mommy smile, not even off-camera in their rooms in private. Jordyn was about as equal as Brianna...I preferred Jordyn as she was more lady-like in her movements. Brianna seemed more like an Olympic gymnast with all the muscles and power moves she did. All said and done, Asia should have won this, followed by Amanda and Jordyn. This show was fixed plain and simple. Abby should be ashamed of herself for selling out.

Submitted by HOCKEYMOMS17 (not verified) on
This show is just another example of how these reality show competitions are about ratings, not about finding the real ultimate dancer! If you look up what the criteria is for an "ultimate dancer", you would find things like technique, performance value, flexability,how coachable a child is, sustainability (can u pick up choreography quickly, handle the pressure of performances). Asia was a prime example of a contreversial contestant that was good for ratings. She is bow legged and her feet and legs are bent and flexed. These are basic things even a beginner dancer knows. Keep your feet pointed feet out ...my 6 yr old who has been damcing for 2 yrs knows that! So why always have excuses for her? She should have to be at the same level as the other girls technically no matter what her age if she wants to be in this competition. You don't enter a pro snowboarding competition as a first time boarder so why would she even be considered..that was the first mistake! Madison boring or not can be taught to give more emotion in her performances but the technique and simple grace of a dancer is something she will always have over Asia and Briana. Briana I give you props for your great work ethic but the clear winner was Madison!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I have to disagree. I honestly think the way the edited the show, they made Madison look like she didn't have emotion. I have looked her up recently on You tube, she has amazing dances with great emotion!! I think Madison is more well rounded dancer. Go back and look at Madison's Hip Hop routine, they told her that she was the glue in that dance..really don't understand what Richy was talking about..if he thought Madison just showed up then why did he allow her to make the top 3. I think at the end, Brianna was scared Madison was going to beat her. I did not like her comment about Madison's solo "it was good, but good isn't good enough" that was rude! She also said, "I didn't come her to lose"..she was cocky!

Submitted by Courtney (not verified) on
I believe that Brianna was the best decision. The idea of this competition was to give someone a scholarship to a dance company that is made to help improve technique and make you a better dancer. Madison already has phenomenal technique and could get in very easily i think. For Brianna, this will be great to help her improve her technique, which was the only thing that was really a problem according to Abby. The most deserving, professional individual out of this competition was absolutely hands down Brianna.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Considering Asia was dancing with girls 5-6 years older than she, and almost certainly at a level she had never been asked to dance at before, she did an amazing job. While both Madison and Brianna are excellent dancers, they are both at an age when they *should* be able to pick up choreography and advanced moves quickly and competently. Asia was learning a lot fo things for the first time on the show. I also think Asia would have been the one to best benefit from the Joffrey training, as she is still young enough to correct her bad habits. Now, whether she *truly* wants to be a dancer, or just a performer, is debatable, and that may have played into the judges' decision as well. But there is no denying her talent and charisma, and I'm sure her mom is fielding more than one call from agents today...

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Brianna showed consistency, good dancing and technique throughout the entire competition. I didn't notice her "bad" feet, and Abby didn't seem to point that out until the last 2 episodes, so her feet must not have been as bad as Asia's, Hadley's, Elisabeth's or Jordyn's. The idea here was to pick the most "well rounded" dance which Brianna is. She can play different characters, emotions, and has good technique. With Madison and Asia, you had the extremes of one side. With Asia, she had performance and personality; with Madison, she had beautiful technique. If you combined Asia and Madison, THEN you would have the ultimate dancer. Unfortunately, both were lacking in the other area that prevented them from being the winner. Brianna had both sides--she may not have been as good technically as Madison, but she still had good enough technique and displayed emotions/personality to win. Please refer to her African dance to see what I mean. Asia should have not made the top 3; Amanda was far more deserving, but she did not have the personality that Asia had on stage. Asia's mother is horrible--she is a low-class shrew who is loud, shrill, and always instigating the fights. She originally started that business with Yvette, when Yvette commented about Elisabeth's hair extensions. She has a chip on her shoulder, and is an ungrateful winner; her daughter was in the top 3 and she nastily rubbed that into Yvette's face that Hadley didn't make it as far. That is very poor sportsmanship; no matter how conniving Yvette was, it showed how low a character Kristie is by kicking somebody when their down. Ok, your kid got 3rd place and Hadley got 6th, what's your problem, lady? She was unable to go beyond what transpired between her and Yvette; the woman is immature and seems to hold onto grudges permanently. I feel sorry for Asia, because as she gets older, she's going to resent her mother's behavior.

I seem to remember Yvette ridiculing Elisabeth by mentioning her hair extensions, by calling it her fake hair.. By that time Yvette was ridiculing Elisabeth's crying jags and leading the conversation about that. Kristi had had enough. Now, do I think that Kristi became a witch herself. Absolutely.

Submitted by Nette (not verified) on
The only time Kristie showed anger was with Yvette. For the rest of the time, she was smoothe sailing. Yvette was mean and thats what gave bad luck to her daughters success on the show. Many of Kristie's statements were very positive. Yvette showed how . . . . she could be when she paired the little tike Asia with tall sweet Brianna.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Asia was AMAZING. So full of star quality and charisma. Asia was the star of the show and the one that will always be remembered. I tuned in each week just to see what she (and the little blond hip-hopper) would do next. The other two in the top 3 with Asia were boring and forgettable...I definitely see why Asia made it to the end. Technique can be learned. Charisma and Star Quality are innate. Nobody goes to dance performance just to see pointed feet. Audiences want to be entertained!

Submitted by Nette (not verified) on
I totally agree...Asia is partly responsible for ratings as well as Jordyn who is an incredible hip hopper. Brianna probably would have kept me coming back.

Submitted by Kendricks Duncan (not verified) on
I couldn't have said it better myself, Asia and Jordyn made me tune in each week to watch the show. Interesting that their Mommies got along well together. The rest of the finalist were boring and easily forgettable. It's televison, not a dance recital....if I wanted to see pointed feet, beautiful lines and flawless techniques I would goto a dance company recital. Or watch Amanda perform, which was great to watch, she looked like a professsional. The stars of this show were Asia and Jordyn without a doubt. Brianna looks very mean and powerful most of the time, like a bully. And she mentioned winning the scholarship and money $$ more than any other dancer on the show. All in all, she wasn't even the best dancer. The decison was a controversial one.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I think Madison was hands down, the winner. I felt Brianna was just a cry baby. Was there an episode when she didn't cry about something? I assume the judges didn't see that part of her, but I don't see how she can survive the challenges of Joffrey or a professional dance career.

Submitted by Nette (not verified) on
I disagree. Brianna is a type A and she worries about perfection!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
The Joffery Scholarship that was announced over and over again during the show was for the Young Dancer Program. Asia does not qualify as you have to be at least 10 years old to enroll in that program. So yes, lets compare apples to apples rather than a 7 year old to a 13 year old. Get over it you haters. Asia was fantastic and we will be seeing more of her for sure. Maybe her own show, if it can happen to Honey Boo Boo, Asia will be on her own show next season. And we can all see her technique improve as her muscles and body grow into a young woman rather than a child. And she'll outperform Madison 100 times over. Madison acted like a spoiled brat, she deserved to lose for her attitude alone. Congrats to Brianna, and to Asia

Submitted by karma (not verified) on
Haters? Asia does not have a dancer's body. It's a sad truth. Even at her age, it's clear that she could not be a professional ballerina. No technique would ever compensate for that. She could easily be a pussycat doll, or a lady gaga, but she will never be a ballet dancer. It would be completely unfair for her to win a scholarship to Joffrey based on personality and "face". Not that her mom wanted the scholarship. Unlike the other two girls and their mother's - it was all about the $100,000. They never even MENTIONED that scholarship in all the air time they got.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
asia should of won she was up there dancing with 2 older girls that had a whole bunch of corrections to be made she clearly was the show every time she danced it was outstanding alot more entertaining then the other 2 with less mistakes im sure with proper ballet training she could easily beat the other 2 !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
If I had listened to people like you, I would have never made it as a professional dancer and teacher. The reason my dancers are so good, is that I always told them how good they were despite of their body type. Positive words and training mold a dancer. Dancers now are healthy looking and strong. Just look at Misty Copeland, the 1st African American ballet soloist at ABT. Our bodies may not look like the thin ones seen in years past, but we still can dance rings around anyone if we are given the chance.

Thank you for taking time to share your experience and views. Sometimes it's hard to imagine something outside the norm.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I know that Dance teachers and Dance students can spot technique and know if someone does it well or not. I am not either one of those but I LOVE ASIA. I think she connected with the audience and she was fun to watch. If America was allowed to call in and vote, I think Asia would have won. If the Joffrey Ballet or another reputable company really wants to help Asia become a more technical dance, maybe they can offer her a scholarship too because she definitely has the potential to be great.

Submitted by Nette (not verified) on
well said

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Throughout the entire show it bugged me that the moms were so pushy. Each showed their true colors when it came to yelling at their child and then going to the camera saying the child had an attituide. Like really??? Don't yell at the chld and then expect them to do it just right.

Submitted by karma (not verified) on
Submitted by karma (not verified) on 2012-12-13. I think it's clear that Asia was a good performer. But this was a dance contest. I think the biggest problem is that the judges were not on the same page, and that is not fair in a competition like this. Robin showed clearly that she is about gyrating like a stripper and Ricky was about hiphop - neither of which stress technique. Since there were two judges who don't really understand "dance" the deck was stacked against the true dancers. Since the prize was a scholarship to the Joffrey, I think it's safe to assume that the contest was about dance - NOT performing. Asia should have been on America's got talent, or something similar - NOT a dance competition. So anyway, I am only planning to watch next season if they have better judges. I don't mind a little drama, but these are real children, with a real prize and a real future. It's just wrong to put drama ahead of an accurate representation of their talent.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
It was very obvious who Abby's choice was, and it was Madison. I don't understand how Richy swayed her. If he said Madison just showed up..then who was he judging for the past 10 weeks, why did he put her in the top 3? Did not make sense at all!! Briannas seemed very scripted to me and her mom!! The crying was a little much, about the grandparents etc. just seemed like she was pulling the sympathy card. Her technique is no where as good as Madison's, and I felt Madison danced with such emotion..didn't see what those judges saw. She did hip-hop and was fierce in the 2nd episode, she did contemp ballet with such grace, she did bollywood and was amazing and sorry her faces were there! She is the most well rounded dancer. Brianna did not look good at lyrical at all!!!

The scholarship is for a school...where the winner of Abby's contest will learn to grow and develop. You think they'll care whether or not Madison didn't have enough "face" at this point in her training? I don't and I know that Abby didn't and it's why she wanted her to win.

Submitted by Nette (not verified) on
I'm sorry...Madison's attitude made her lose. And the same for Maelin's mouth. The judges may not have seen everything but God saw it.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
clearly the winner should of been asia she was outstanding every time she dance on that stage you could not keep your eyes of her brianna is good and also amanda but they clearly did not bring it on stage !!!!!!! like asia!!! asia outstaged brianna the one time they dance togethere asia was able to keep up with her the judges made a poor decision the true winner is asia!!!!!!!!!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Wrong choice from mid season on. Amanda and Madison...that's it! Abby and her judges were off base nearly every episode. Wrong show for Asia too but I believe she was just pushed thru to keep viewers. A lot of good dancing and whole lot of bad parenting! By the way- the Latin number was off the charts. Someone will make Amanda and Madison and offer...

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Madison was clearly Abby's winner! This show was a joke for having a 6/7 yr old competing against 13yr olds! It will be very interesting to see who auditions for next season. What talented teen wants to get out danced br a tech challenged cute 7 yr old for ratings! In my mind the final 2 should have been Amanda and Madison, and it could have gone either way. Hope to see them on SYTYCD one day, they would do amazing on that show they are both mature dancers!

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