Witney and chehon dating
Classically-trained Chehon is sent in with fellow ballet dancer Daniel Baker.
Nigel tells Chehon that he didn't come up to Nigel's standards, but his final solo was impressive.
Mary agrees with Nigel, but tells Chehon that he can really move with his body in a dynamic way.
Guest judge Kenny Ortega tells Chehon to surrender to the choreography and believe in himself because he's so talented and so capable of handling himself on the show.
Chehon and partner Witney danced a contemporary to "Calling You", which was originally performed by Heidi Groskreutz and Travis Wall in Season 2.
After explaining the story behind the dance, Nigel praises the pair, saying it was passionate.
Nigel praises the pair, telling them that he's glad they saved them last week during the results because if they didn't, then they wouldn't have seen this performance.During the results, Chehon was announced safe due to his Bollywood in Week 2.In the package, the dancers must share their favorite moments from the show.During the results, Chehon was announced safe due to his contemporary in Week 3. And Chehon's neck-squeaking video for Audrey, who he seems to really have fun with? It seems a stretch to build a whole story around a few occasional tweets or silly videos cx2 videos (which fans beg them for, which is probably why they do them). I didn't check his FB, but found a couple of tweets. their friendship together is not same with this two!During the results, Chehon found himself in the Bottom 6 due to his samba in Week 1.After some deliberation, the judges decided to save him and his partner Witney.He was lucky to have been seen and offered a contract with the touring company of Twyla Tharp's Broadway Show 'Come Fly Away', which enabled him to remain living and working in the US.Chehon first auditioned for season 9 in New York City.He also trained at Elmhurst School for Dance in Birmingham, England, where he trained in the Fifth Form course.Chehon joined the Los Angeles Ballet in 2007 where he performed for two seasons.