Celina claimed to be incredibly prepared for this audition, but she certainly wasn't prepared for Nikki's dropped line!
Bailey nails this complicated number, but struggles to bring anything new to the scene.
For the first time, the judges doubt whether or not Rhiannon has the vocal chops needed to handle the role of Elle.
Naturally blonde Libby tries to prove she's the natural choice for the next Elle Woods.
The judges weren't convinced that Celina had the "Elle Woods" presence in this song, but what do you think?
Bailey knows judge Paul Canaan digs her thick blonde tresses, but hopes to impress with her voice as well.
Bailey takes to the Broadway stage like a pro for her first audition piece.
Although she handled business with the dropped line, the judges fear they saw too much Autumn and not enough Elle in this audition.
Autumn expected to shine in this comedic number, but unfortunately the judges feel she fell flat.
The final fifteen dance together as a group before the judges and reflect on how they did.
Rachel rates her voice as a ten -- but what will the judges think?
Cassie. S. amps up the sex appeal with her rendition of Elle's show-stopping number.
Seth uses an American Idol and Broadway star to teach the girls about head voice, chest voice and vibrato.
Chloe tries to hold out the legendarily long last note of "So Much Better".
Rhiannon shows off her bubbly personality for the judges in this audition number.