Dance Moms Miami - Season 1 Finale - Move Over I'm the Star - Full Episode Recap - Todrick Hall


Uploaded by DanceOn on 30.05.2012

Transcript:

TODRICK HALL: Hey, everybody.
It's your boy, Todrick.
Thank you so much for coming back to yet another week of
Dance Moms, Miami.
This week, I have a very talented friend of my mine.
I met her doing the Target flash mob that went viral on
the internet.
She's hilarious.
She's so talented.
She's a recording artist herself.
And her name is Tracey Uria.
TRACEY URIA: Hi, guys.
TODRICK HALL: Thank you so much for being here with me.
TRACEY URIA: Thank you for having me.
TODRICK HALL: I love your hair.
TRACEY URIA: Oh, thank you.
TODRICK HALL: You're so welcome.
What did you think of Dance Moms, Miami?
TRACEY URIA: You know, I'm ready to just jump in this and
get into it.
Because there are a couple of things that the moms did that
I'm not happy about.
TODRICK HALL: This week, Lucas was at the top of the list.
TODRICK AND TRACEY: Go, Lucas!
TODRICK HALL: So this week the kids are going to Oklahoma,
which they'd never been to Oklahoma before.
TRACEY URIA: Yeah, and one of the guys said they didn't want
to go back.
Caught that.
TODRICK HALL: He was like, I never been to Oklahoma before.
But I will only go there once.
And I'm never going back again.
So this is going to be my only time.
TRACEY URIA: And nice cowboy hat, by the way.
TODRICK HALL: OK.
Everything was going great this week.
Everybody was kind of satisfied with
the solos they got.
And then they threw a humongous curve ball and
brought in Mia.
TRACEY URIA: Superstar.
TODRICK HALL: She is the bomb.
And everybody was freaking out and so nervous the whole week.
And all the moms are like, oh my goodness.
TRACEY URIA: You cannot do this to my child.
TODRICK HALL: My gosh.
TRACEY URIA: Is she gonna do this?
TODRICK HALL: She's so talented.
TRACEY URIA: I said, you--
[INTERPOSING VOICES]
TRACEY URIA: It is not that serious.
TODRICK HALL: It's not.
TRACEY URIA: They need to work hard for their spot
and call it a day.
That's how it happens in the real world.
That's how it happens in the dance world.
I like that.
TODRICK HALL: I liked it too.
One of the sad parts of the episode was when Ani, Kimmy's
mom, kind of started having a breakdown.
And I felt really bad for her because she feels like if one
of the kids gets kicked out of the group that Kimmy would be
the person to go.
And I never really thought about it that way because
Kimmy's got great technique and stuff.
But Kimmy is one of the people that's not as confident as the
other people.
TRACEY URIA: True.
TODRICK HALL: And so Angel was like, Kimmy, do you think
you're fierce?
And Kimmy was like--
TRACEY URIA: No.
TODRICK HALL: It was so sad because she was so honest.
And Kimmy, if you're watching this, I just want you to know
that you are fierce.
You're amazing.
TRACEY URIA: Yes.
TODRICK HALL: Another part that touched me--
yes.
Can you do that one more time?

Also, another really huge point was that Hannah got a
solo this week.
And there was a moment whenever Victor and Angel were
saying that if there wasn't enough room for Mia to have a
solo, that one of the kids was going to give up their solo.
And so Debi went and talked to Hannah and was like, I don't
know how you feel about this.
TRACEY URIA: And she--
TODRICK HALL: She was so nice.
She was like, well, if someone has to give up their solo,
I'll do it.
TODRICK AND TRACEY: Wha--
wha-- what?
TRACEY URIA: That touched my little heart.
TODRICK HALL: Who does that?
TRACEY URIA: Girl, you got to be dog eat dog.
Don't be giving nobody your solos.
You better get your solo.
But you are very sweet.
TODRICK HALL: A good person.
TRACEY URIA: You are a sweet person.
TODRICK HALL: Yes.
So throughout the episode, everyone's freaking out.
The clock is ticking.
They're about to perform, and no one knows if everyone's
going to get to perform because Mia has to perform.
But in the end, it worked out.
Everybody got to perform.
It came time for the awards.
There was a trio between Lucas, Kimmy, and then Mia was
added to it.
It was a duet, but then they added Mia to it.
And they came in first place.
The group number that was about superstars and being
famous and stuff came in first place as well.
Hannah came in sixth place, which was good for her because
it was a huge competition.
And she didn't think she was going to place at all.
So good for you, Hannah.
We love you.
Mia, surprisingly--
not really.
TRACEY URIA: No.
Superstar.
You better work.
TODRICK HALL: She came in first place.
And I'm telling you, she was living.
She was like--

OK.
So then Sammy came in second place.
TRACEY URIA: And hats off to you because you're 12 years
old competing in a teen division.
You better work.
TODRICK HALL: Yes.
You better work.
You killed it.
You went out there and you handled that
stress like a pro.
It was awesome.
So everything was going good.
The drama always goes down after the awards for some
reason with this show--
when we ended up finding out that Brigette
is getting a divorce.
TODRICK AND TRACEY: What?
TODRICK HALL: And a large part of the reason why she is is
because the family is having problems balancing Lucas'
dance schedule with the rest of the family's sports and
family events.
It was a really tough time for her.
And she couldn't handle the fact that Leo, which is Mia's
mom, the new girl, was being so boastful.
She was like, does anybody have anything to say?
Because we're staying here.
And if you don't like it, well, I don't care if you
don't like it.
Because we're staying.
So--
I felt bad because Brigette kind of hit her
or pushed her away.
TRACEY URIA: She did get in her face.
TODRICK HALL: But she did get in her face.
And it was not as black and white of a situation.
Which I'm glad Ani said that because she is going through a
lot of stress, and she didn't need that at the moment.
And then Angel, like, attacked her like a
wildebeest in the jungle.
Victor was like, get out of my studio.
Leave.
I don't care.
I don't care.
Leave.
Get out.
(SINGING) Get out right now.
It's the end of you and me.
Victor let them have it.
TRACEY URIA: Wait.
And then Jessi's mom started screaming out of nowhere.
And she was like--
TODRICK HALL: She came in here.
And you just let her do anything.
You fucking focus on her and Deana.
TRACEY URIA: She's like, get out of my studio.
TODRICK HALL: Get out.
TODRICK AND TRACEY: Leave.
Now.
TODRICK HALL: Bye.
Just get out.

TODRICK HALL: I was like, OK, wait.
Victor, you can't kick everybody out of the group.
I was like, he is kicking people out
like Destiny's Child.
TRACEY URIA: Ooh, wait.
TODRICK HALL: What?
TRACEY URIA: Because I just caught on to what you said.
TODRICK HALL: Yeah, he kicked people out.
TRACEY URIA: Like Destiny's Child.
TODRICK HALL: Yeah.
Anyway it was the bomb episode.
I couldn't believe it.
I was on the edge of my seat.
Thank you so much for tuning in and watching.
I hope you guys at Stars Dance Academy figure
all this drama out.
Until you do, I'm Todrick.
TRACEY URIA: I'm Tracey.
TODRICK AND TRACEY: (SINGING) And you're watching FYI.

TODRICK HALL: Peace.
Oh, one more thing.
If you're watching this, make sure you subscribe to
DanceOn's channel.
TRACEY URIA: Like and favorite this video.
TODRICK HALL: Follow us on Twitter.
TRACEY URIA: And please--
TODRICK AND TRACEY: Do it now.