The Stepford Wives -- A woman moves from New York to the town of Stepford, a town where the women are too perfect and pliant to be real.
Emma's bronchitis caused big problems for this week's intense dance number.
Natalie was so good in her dance audition that the judges deemed her safe immediately after this audition.
Rhiannon tries to show the judges she's not only a talented actress -- she can shake her junk with the best of them!
Lauren shows why the girls named her "most improved dancer" with her confident and energetic performance.
The normally strong Autumn struggled with this week's audition, as dancing is at the bottom of her "triple-threatedness".
With her flirtatious dance moves, Bailey reminded the judges that Elle Woods needs to be sexy.
Celina and Cassie S. leave goodbye notes and words of encouragement to the remaining six girls.
Stepford Wives movie trailer - starring Christopher Walken, Nicole Kidman, Glenn Close, Matthew Broderick, Bette Midler, Faith Hill. Directed by Frank Oz. Theatrical Release Date: 6/11/2004
Rating: Not Rated
A woman moves into a neighborhood where a group of husbands have transformed their wives into robots designed to cater to them. Remake of the 1975 feature.
After moving to the beautiful suburb of Stepford with her husband, a woman begins to suspect something is radically wrong with the neighborhood wives.
A woman moves from New York to the town of Stepford, a town where the women are too perfect and pliant to be real.
Soon after moving to the town of Stepford, Joanna Eberhart, a once-successful television executive, discovers that her husband, Walter, and the boys club of the town are transforming the wives into submissive "robots."
The designers will be the main event for a talent show at a local theater.
The six remaining girls test their dancing skills on the cobblestoned streets of Brooklyn and face a very controversial challenge.
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