Fairness

I am pretty much a fair person....and I know my feelings and opinion are not isolated and is shared by others; I am really disappointed by the results of the show. It was one of my favorate shows, but the show seems to be leading towards prostituting (using for selfish and personal gain) exceptional dancers, by taking their time, efforts, and emotions and then crushing them at the end. Eveyone in thier right mind knows that Brandon is the best and Jeanine can not compare to Brandon. Brandon entertained, showed skill, personality and talent every night, the show would have not been successfull had it not been for a few other dancers greater and more talented than the winner. I dont understand, and I would encourage all exceptional and great dancers not to be used and then slapped in the face at the end. To all great dancers, let the "average" dancers be apart of "So you think you can dance" and maintain your integrity. Great Dancers must know that they can and will meet "GREATNESS" with or without this show. Fairness is always appreciated.

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Aug 9, 2009 2:39AM EDT

They're looking for America's Favorite Dancer not America's Best Dancer. Yeah, maybe Brandon is the best among the four but Jeanine must have a bigger fan base than him.

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Aug 9, 2009 1:33PM EDT

Jeanine really stepped up and showed everyone that she was an exquisite and extremely talented dancer. To say she can't compare is unfair. She did a fantastic job in everything she did, especially in the finale.

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Aug 10, 2009 3:33AM EDT

Personally, I wanted Kayla to win, but would have been happy with Brandon. Both are extremely talented. We can always hope people will vote for whoever has the most talent, but like with most cases they don't. I'm not really sure how Jeanine made it this far, I thought she was only getting by in the beginning riding on Phillip's coat tails. She is clearly not as good as the other finalists. Even though she did improve a lot, she should have been cut a few weeks ago. Both Melissa and Janette were also much better dancers. So anyway, I'm also very disappointed.

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Aug 10, 2009 6:10AM EDT

Whomever you voted for or wanted to win, it has in the end lost its value over the seasons. I stopped caring when I found out during it's second season how many times one person could vote. This is as many times as you can. So while one person with a land line might have the patience to sit and press repeat for two hours, some simply use services that speed dial for them (dial idol to name one, even though it's usage is declining)... some people even boast to voting over a thousand times a night. So the votes are swayed by how many times you vote, not by the accurate account of how many people actually support those dancers.

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Sep 2, 2009 3:23AM EDT

Something also to consider, Brandon had GREAT partners, while Jeanine had Phillip, who could really only do hip hop. Also, Jeanine was only able to compete in her style once, the contemporary routine with Jason that I think almost everybody loved. That was the most memorable dance of the season for me.

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