According to sources, the guys definitely ended their year with a bang and were spotted throughout the week dining and celebrating in style with private dinners at 1 Hotel’s luxurious Penthouse and Beachcraft restaurant; lounging poolside and imbibing on Dobel Tequila.
He's had 13 years of formal dance training in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, contemporary, and hip hop. Aaron graduated from the University of Nevada with a degree in Business of Music Management and a minor in Entrepreneurialism.
The judges enjoyed the routine, but critiqued Aaron on his shoulders needing to be down.
The piece is praised by the judges, saying that their chemistry was spot on and went on forever.
This week Aaron performed a jazz group routine choreographed by Sonya Tayeh and Christopher Scott.
The judges love the duet and Kenny Ortega compliments, "Choreographers in America are going to have a lottery to see who gets to work with you first." Turner also performs a Nappy Tabs Lyrical Hip Hop routine, with the other 5 guys.
This week, Aaron performed a Contemporary Christopher Scott routine.
The dance topics a rude musician, Aaron, who comes home from tour to his girlfriend, Jasmine, and expects her to welcome him with open arms.
But, Jasmine is tired of being disrespected and rebels.Turner and Harper were both safe for the week and could remain in the competition, making Aaron the only Tapper ever to be in the top 10.They were to perform a gritty hip-hop routine choreographed by Nappy Tabs, depicting a robber from the old west, Aaron, and a gold digger, Jasmine, who wants all of Aaron's money and that's just what she gets.He was announced to be safe this week and did not land in the bottom 6.Turner was to perform a lyrical hip hop duet with Jasmine, choreographed by Nappy Tabs, and to the song, "Tears Always Win," by Alicia Keys.The judges enjoy the duet and compliment them humorously on their charm and attitude in the piece.