So You Think You Can Dance eliminated Jake Monreal and Jordan Wandick, which determined The Next Generation's Top 6 finalists, during Monday night's performance show on Fox.

Jake, a 12-year-old ballroom dancer from Miami, FL, and Jordan, a 14-year-old contemporary dancer from Bakersfield, CA, fell into the bottom two based on home viewer votes from last week's show and were automatically eliminated.

Unlike prior weeks, So You Think You Can Dance judges Nigel Lythgoe, Maddie Ziegler, Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo did not have to deliberate or make the elimination decision.

"I'm just a kid from Bakersfield who is another step closer to my dream. I really loved this journey and I can't wait to see it go on," Jordan said in her final words.

Jordan was paired with SYTYCD All-Star Sasha Mallory, who said she's "beyond proud" of her little partner.

"I was born to be a dancer," Jake said following his ouster. "This is my passion and this is what I was born to do. The thing I will miss the most is a lot of the friends that I've made."

Jake was paired with SYTYCD All-Star Jenna Johnson from Dancing with the Stars' Troupe.

"You are one of the best things that's ever happened to me and I am going to miss you more than anything," Jenna said to Jake in a video montage.

The results left the remaining six dancers in the Season 13 competition:

- Tahani Anderson, a 13-year-old hip-hop dancer from Hollywood, CA

- Kida Burns, a 14-year-old hip-hop dancer from Sacramento, CA

- Ruby Castro, a 12-year-old ballroom dancer from Miami, FL

- J.T. Church, a 10-year-old jazz dancer from Bristow, VA
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- Emma Hellenkamp, a 11-year-old tap dancer from San Diego, CA

- Tate McRae, a 12-year-old contemporary dancer from Calgary, Canada

About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.