Originally Posted by spyder696969 TO YOU.
That's the key right there. Other people might not like curly hair. Others might not think she's all that attractive in the first place, particularly when placed anywhere near the two smokin' hot ballroom girls from Utah.
You're right--attraction is a matter of opinion, as evidenced by you saying that both of the Utah ballroom girls are "smoking hot". I'd agree with you that Whitney
is smoking hot--the other one doesn't do anything for me whatsoever; way too young looking--if someone told me she was 15 I'd believe it. Eliana was probably the most attractive girl to me, with Whitney second, but that attraction is lessened by pulling her hair away from her face--again, a personal opinion. That it could be a safety hazard is total BS--it's not that long, and she danced everything up to "Meet the Top 20" with the curls.
As far as Cyrus being a fan favorite, I can say with absolute certainty that he most definitely is one, if not THE one for the males.
Certainty based on what? His underdog appeal? I don't buy it. There've certainly been street-style specialists who pull themselves up to a high standard with hard work, but I don't think that Cyrus has yet shown any potential for learning other styles. I think that the judges are going to unfairly sacrifice several superior dancers to make sure that the top 10 includes a street-style specialist. Then, like Phillip Chbeeb, they'll let him fall out.
Just because a live audience goes nuts over one of the younger or less mature males, doesn't mean that all of America is full of like-minded preteen girls with raging hormones that are enamoured with the little boys on the show, rather than one of the only men.
Cyrus is 22 and looks it--Baker, the apparent studio audience favorite is two years older (and I could believe he was older still). Also, I suspect that a quite substantial portion of the show's audience is composed of young female dance students.
Whatever--we can agree to disagree