Mark Villaver and his partner Comfort Fedoke were voted out last night in “So You Think You Can Dance” season 14. The Top 6 contenders will now move on to vie for the Top 4 slot. Check out below the recap of last night’s show.

Who was at the Bottom Three?

The standing of each “SYTYCD” contenders depends on the votes of the viewers and the judges’ scores. Towards the end of last night’s two-hour broadcast, host Cat Deeley announced that Mark Villaver, Kaylee Millis, and Kiki Nyemchek were listed in the Bottom Three, based on the fans’ votes collected from last week.

This is the first time that Nyemchek was included in the Bottom Three. A loud scream was heard when his name was announced, showing how shocked the audience was with the announcement. Whereas, it was already the second time for both Villaver and Millis to be included list.

How was the elimination made?

From the previous week’s elimination, judges Vanessa Hudgens, Nigel Lythgoe, and Mary Murphy took into consideration the new performances of the three dancers in the Bottom Three. However, last night was different because the judges came to a decision to go by the votes of the fans only. Villaver was then eliminated along with his partner.

What were the performance highlights?

All the seven contestants performed three times last night.

Each one had the chance to perform with an All-Star partner and with a fellow competitor. Then, each dancer also took the center stage alone to show-off his/her outstanding dancing skills.

Lex Ishimoto and All-Star Gaby Diaz performed a hip-hop number choreographed by Luther Brown. He amazed the audience when he did a backflip towards the end of the song “Humble” by Kendrick Lamar.

Kiki Nyemchek danced to a Broadway song “Dancin’ Fool” by Barry Manilow, along with his partner Jenna Johnson. Warren Carlyle choreographed the dance where the pair kept on tossing a set of canes off stage and then catching another set again.

Logan Hernandez did an African Jazz number, with All-Star Allison Holker, to the tune of “Kabila” by Lord KraVen.

The choreography by Sean Cheesman received a good remark from Nigel. The judge called it as “one of the most difficult and yet impressive pieces of choreography” from Cheesman.

Taylor Sieve and his All-Star partner Robert Roldan did contemporary dance moves created by Mandy Moore. Judge Mary was moved to tears when the pair performed the “To Make You Feel My Love” song by Mick McAuley and Winifred Horan.

Kaylee Millis also made a contemporary dance number of “DKLA” by Troye Sivan. Tyce Diorio choreographed this performance with All-Star Cyrus Spencer, which judge Hudgens described as “strongness.”

Koine Iwasaki with All-Star Marko German jived to “Rock Around the Clock” song by Bill Haley and His Comets.

The nostalgic jive choreography done by Dmitry Chaplin featured a hottie Koine.

Mark Villaver performed a hip-hop dance with All-Star Comfort to the tune of “No Twerk” by Apashe & Panther x Odalisk. The moves were created by Misha Gabriel, where the dancers fight like ninjas.

The next episode of “So You Think You Can Dance” would feature the Top 6 contestants in an intense dance battle. The crop would be further trimmed down to the Top 4 contestants only. Only the votes of the viewers would be the basis of the elimination and the judges would no longer have a say on who would move forward to the finale.