It was a scene straight out of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" tonight on "Exes."
A visibly distraught Ophelia Camila, enraged by both being ignored at a club and getting rejected from well-deserved access to Johnny's bed, stomped outside to the pool and walked directly into the water, where the weight of her pain anchored her to the bottom. She wasn't trying to drown herself as much as her sorrow, but it was clear that Johnny's cavalier attitude toward her feelings was the catalyst for her totally epic "Cameltdown."
+ Think Camila's actually in love with her partner, or did she have one too many tequila shots? Take the poll, then check out a clip from this week's "Ex-ual Tension," where Paula barely gets a chance to say how she feels about Team Jamila (she thinks Camila's totally in lurve) before Cara Maria jumps in with some seriously juicy gossip. Trust us when we say it's worth watching!
Is Camila in love with Johnny?
|Yes! She's head over heels.
|No way, they just like to flirt.
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Cara Maria and Abram have had a difficult time remaining civil while on the "Challenge" (they barely stepped foot in the Dominican Republic before getting into their first explosive fight), but it's clear there's a lot of chemistry there. During tonight's episode of "Exes," she looked her boyfriend right in the eyes and asked him to move in with her in Boston, something he'd been hoping to do for quite some time. Part of the reason they fought so much was because Abram felt Cara Maria wasn't ready to commit to him fully, so it was beautiful to see how happy her invitation made him...until later, when she essentially took back the offer altogether.
In a clip from this week's "Ex-ual Tension," Cara Maria says the only reason she invited Abram to move in with her was to appease him, a tactic she thought would help them get along--and perform--better in the challenges; she wasn't actually prepared for him to relocate. Be sure to watch the second clip as well, because Ty can't stop laughing at how absurd their dynamic is. "This relationship is just the funniest thing I've ever heard before," he says.
MTV viewers spoke again, voting the popular young bucks of Iconic Boyz safely into the ABDC Championship at the top of Week 8's episode. That left the remaining two crews, Phunk Phenomenon and IaMMe, to battle it out for the other spot in the Final 2.
Knowing that it might be their last performance, both groups pulled out all the stops with mind-blowing, near-perfect routines. Phunk offered a particularly powerful performance, which D-Trix called "relentless," and Lil Mama said they "made a big impact." JC Chasez marveled that the crew was "on Nitro" and that the routine "had everything." Meanwhile, IaMMe was valiant in their first bottom-two battle, with a unique performance that left the judges almost speechless.
In the end, the Phunk Phenomenon fam was sent home, but the crew was nothing but joyous as they celebrated making it so far in the competition and raising awareness for their charity, Hip Hop For Hope. ABDC Insider host Layla Kayleigh had an inspiring conversation with them backstage as they said their final farewells. Check it out:
"ABDC"'s trusted authorities are all business when they're judging dance routines, but now that the season is winding down, they're getting a little punchy! Before the taping of tonight's competition, ABDC Insider host Layla Kayleigh chatted with all three judges. Here, see what they had to say about the final crews' last chance to dance, the art of video bombing and getting their own freak on: