THE NEXT STEP – Season 2 Episode 27 Recap!

By: Alexandria McLean | @itbalexandria

With Amanda being a double agent and returning to Elite, Miss Kate gives the small group routine to Hunter, James, Eldon and West. Their rehearsals are spent goofing around and so when Miss Kate asks to see what they have so far, all they can show her is their opening pose. Miss Kate is far from impressed by their joke and invites Luther Brown, a well-known choreographer, to help the boys with their routine. Wanting to impress Luther, Hunter, West, James and Eldon show off their best moves. Luther thinks their moves are great but wants them to have more control over their actions. He decides to have them race. Instead of the winner being the fastest, the race will be in slow motion and the last person to cross the finish line is the winner. After some dramatic tripping and punching, West wins the race earning him a solo within the routine. The boys finish their routine and could not be happier.

Meanwhile, Giselle and Thalia are giving Michelle the cold shoulder. Worried that she is not one hundred percent focused on dance after leaving the studio for so long, Thalia and Giselle are acting odd towards Michelle. Michelle picking up on their odd behaviour confronts the two girls and assures them that she is committed to the team and would never leave her family again.

While rehearsing their small group routine, Eldon looks to James for girl advice. James’ advice is a little odd. He tells Eldon that his personality will be mature enough for girls and he will be ready to date only when he reaches thirty pirouettes.

Catch all new episodes of The Next Step on Family Channel Fridays at 7:30PM!

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