Taking after big brother Benji, Lacey not only wows the judges, but also TV and online audiences alike. Not to take away credit from Kameron, who I had no problem whatsoever watching (or drooling over for that matter), but it seems little sister Lacey stole the show the first night of on-stage performances.
The chemistry is definitely there, and if you don’t feel something when they are dancing (even if it is just laughter!), then you must be a block of ice.
I definitely enjoyed their contemporary dance, choreographed by the hardest-to-get choreographer from the show, Miss Mia Michaels, and it looks like fans of So You Think You Can Dance have picked an early favorite.
I just have to add that Wade Robson is also a genius, and his unique contemporary-pop style sure stands out amongst the rest. Check out Sara and Jesus’ fun, 1920s vagabond salute, as well as a Wade favorite from last year featuring the top 10 dancers, or I mean zombies.