Mary Murphy praised Paul for his unbelievable stage presence but said he needed to create more volume.Later Paul joined the rest of the top 10 guys for a piece choreographed by hip hop choreographer Christopher Scott.
This week Paul danced a ballroom piece choreographed by Louis van Amstel alongside fellow ballroom dancers Brittany Cherry, Alan Bersten and Jenna Johnson to Little Mix's "Wings".
Adam Shankman says the boys are perfect partners but need to feel every move and Nigel Lythgoe says that they need to be a little bit stronger.
Nigel Lythgoe praised Paul for him getting down and dirty like Comfort wanted him to.
Alongside the rest of the top 6 dancers left in the competition, Paul danced an African jazz routine choreographed by Sean Cheesman.
Paul danced alongside the rest of the top 8 dancers in a jazz routine choreographed by Mia Michaels in the opening routine.
For the first time in SYTYCD history, the all-star would be choreographing and dancing alongside the contestants.She said it was gentle, sweet and beautiful to watch.In the opening routine, Paul danced alongside the rest of the top 16 dancers in a contemporary piece choreographed by Stacey Tookey and Peter Chu.Paul got paired up with all-star Witney Carson and they danced a fiery cha-cha choreographed by Jean- Marc Generaux. Mary Murphy praised Paul for his precise footwork, his body action and rhythm.She said that he also has started to create more volume which she criticized him for at the beginning of the competition. Debbie Allen said the dance was hot and that it was seamless.In his weekly routine, Paul danced alongside partner Makenzie in a sultry jazz routine choreographed by Sonya Tayeh.