Kayla stayed on the Tamale Train, but Jonathan and Karla render Mary speechless
Kayla Radomski and Max Kapitannikov of 'So You Think You Can Dance'
Max and Kayla
Monkeys As Critics' Verdict: Hot Like Wow
Not-so-fun facts: Max cooks, Kayla texts, like, a hundred words a minute. Of course, Kayla’s more impressive skill is that she’s the best dancer in the competition. Or at least that’s what the judges seem to think, because the girl has yet to get one iota of criticism. Even Lil ’C, he of the nonsensical blathering, tells the girl he has nothing to say to her, though he’s hoping she screws up next time he’s on the show so he’ll be able to blow her away with one of his crazy ass comments (okay, he didn’t say it like that exactly, but that was the idea). Mary wasn’t a fan of Max’s outfit, and honestly, she only gave Max a pass, putting Kayla on the hot tamale train all by her lonesome. Nigel compared Max to a “young Kevin Spacey in ‘The Usual Suspects’”, which seemed like a pretty backhanded compliment for a dancer if you ask me (hey, you remind me of the crippled, evil guy in a movie! Whoo hoo!), but was generous enough to say both dancers bring something to the competition, because he could probably tell Max was either going to cry or accidentally slam Kayla against a wall during their next practice. I mean, it’s great to be paired with the judges’ pet, but when the only comment you ever get is, “Well, you were almost in the same league as Little Miss Perfect,” man, that’s got to get old.