Turner and Harper performed a Broadway duet, choreographed by Spencer Liff, to Megan Hilty's, "They Just Keep Moving the Line." The dance is about a detective, Aaron, who is investigating Jasmine's death as her spirit appears.The judges love the piece complimenting it's style and class.
During the dance, Aaron's shirt came unbuttoned, making him humorously raise one eyebrow as he fixed it.The judges enjoyed the routine, but critiqued Aaron on his shoulders needing to be down.This week Aaron performed a jazz group routine choreographed by Sonya Tayeh and Christopher Scott.He and Jasmine were once again safe for the week and did not land in the bottom.Aaron was to split up with old partner, Jasmine Harper, and team up with All-Star, Kathryn Mc Cormick for a Stacey Tookey Contemporary routine, inspired by Stacey and her husband.
The judges love the routine, commenting on how graceful and tender Aaron was with his partnering.This week, Aaron Turner performed a whimsical Broadway routine choreographed by Tyce Diorio.He was announced to be safe this week and did not land in the bottom 6.They were to perform a gritty hip-hop routine choreographed by Nappy Tabs, depicting a robber from the old west, Aaron, and a gold digger, Jasmine, who wants all of Aaron's money and that's just what she gets.The judges love the duet and Kenny Ortega compliments, "Choreographers in America are going to have a lottery to see who gets to work with you first." Turner also performs a Nappy Tabs Lyrical Hip Hop routine, with the other 5 guys.This week, Aaron Turner performed a contemporary group routine choreographed by Stacey Tookey and Peter Chu.