'So You Think You Can Dance' Top 3 Finalists Revealed (VIDEO)

After a summer filled with ups (all stars!) downs (injuries) and some all-around spectacular routines, 'So You Think You Can Dance' is winding down its seventh season. The show revealed its top 3 finalists on this week's results show (Thu., 9PM on FOX), . Host Cat Deeley revealed that more than 10 million votes were cast to determine the final three contestants competing for the title of America's Favorite Dancer.[SPOILER ALERT] The first person announced safe was jazz dancer (and last woman standing) Lauren. Then Kent -- that corn-fed contemporary/jazz wonder from Wapakoneta, Ohio -- was also ushered through, and the soundstage was nearly brought down by ecstatic tween screams. And perhaps riding the wave of momentum that only increased with his impressive Viennese waltz and hip-hop routines from the night before, Robert nabbed the coveted finale's third and final slot. Which left fellow contemporary dancer AdéChiké the odd man out. And while he was emotional during Wednesday night's performance show, the dancer from Brooklyn was as cool as a cucumber upon discovering his fate. "It been an honor to be on the show," he said. "This is not the end of the road. This is only the beginning of the journey." When Cat asked what he'll miss most about his 'SYTYCD' experience, Chiké flashed his pearly whites and pointed to his fellow contestants down on the floor. "The homies, man," he grinned. "Who knew that homies came from Wapakoneta?" Cat wondered. Who indeed? Source & Video

And The So You Think You Can Dance Top 3 Are...

After eight weeks of high action on the So You Think You Can Dance floor, America voted off Adechike Torbert, naming Kent Boyd, Robert Roldan and Lauren Froderman Season 7's top 3 dancers. For the first time this season, the decision of who exited this week was entirely up to the audience, and after 10 million votes, Adechike was the eighth dancer to be sent packing. The vote comes as no surprise after several lackluster performances, coupled with the judges' continued harsh critiques. The 23-year-old's harshest critic was judge Mia Michaels, who on several occasions berated the dancer. "I was kind of surprised [he was eliminated] because of the fact that his voting has been really high," said Michaels backstage. "I was a little shocked, but I think America got it right and I'm very happy with the three that are in there." To Read More Click Here .