He describes his style as "funk." He's dancing to "Blurred Lines." SO last summer. The judges debate after his routine as to whether he was doing the promised "popping and locking." When Nigel asks Branden about it, he immediately gets defensive and starts arguing with Nigel about his dance terms.She nailed the audition and you can tell by her giant smile that she knows it.Mary Murphy says she could see , 24, from Orlando, Fl, has tried out in two prior seasons, but as a tapper. He says the routine is inspired by his grandmother, who was in and out of the insane asylum. He starts the routine with a big scream, which caused more than one of my cats to snap to attention. After some conversation, Erik's music starts up again and he doesn't do the scream.He's got a friend who does 'em for free and has had them all done in the last year.He's going for an almost , 22, from Detroit, is here to audition. That, combined with the one-leg-black, one-leg-checkerboard pants, and his dance style creates a clownish effect.
The judges like his style and he gets a ticket to callbacks., 18, from Cincinnati, got into dancing because of her two show-biz parents, both professional entertainers.She's a jazz dancer and she's like the spirit of a drag queen in a perky young female.His voice is super deep and he sometimes affects an even deeper voice, sounding like Bane from "Dark Knight Rises." Apparently, he gave Dragon House its name.It's an entertaining routine, but I think it's a case of the students having surpassed the master.But he gets a ticket, so good for him, 26, from Louisville, Ky., auditioned previously and was told his dancing was too feminine.
So he's back, with less makeup and a torso and back full of tattoos.