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'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Two Dancers Will Leave the Top 8?

It was an amazing night of competition on So You Think You Can Dance . There were a couple of routines that didn't quite reach the same level as some of the other performances, but that said, much of the dancing was spectacular.   Last time, we said goodbye to Team Stage's Edson Juarez and Team Street's injured Jessica "JJ" Rabone. So let's take a look at the performances and see who will be exiting thestage next.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/so-you-think-you-can-dance/so-you-think-you-can-dance-pre-57291.aspx

'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Two Dancers Will Leave the Top 10?

It was another interesting night of competition on So You Think You Can Dance . Some routines were amazing, while others fell flat. In addition, we also bid farewell to four dancers: Kate Harpootlian, Alexia Meyer, Ariana Crowder and Yorelis Apolinario. Sigh. It just gets harder from now on, people.   Since the judges no longer have the power to save any of the dancers, it is truly up to you, dance fans. Let's take a peek back at the Top 10 performances and see who will be staying on the So You Think You Can Dance stage and who will be getting a plane ticket home.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/so-you-think-you-can-dance/so-you-think-you-can-dance-pre-57238.aspx

'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Four Dancers Will Leave the Top 14?

It was another night of amazing performances on So You Think You Can Dance . Contemporary dancer Derek Piquette sustained a back injury while rehearsing his Argentine Tango with partner Jessica "JJ" Rabone and had to sit out the episode. Although he was in danger, Derek won the fan Twitter Save, along with JJ. The judges sent jazz dancer Marissa Milele and breaker Asaf Goren home. Since Derek had to miss a week of the competition, he will automatically be in danger of elimination next time.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/so-you-think-you-can-dance/so-you-think-you-can-dance-pre-57183.aspx

'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Two Dancers Will Leave the Top 16?

This was an interesting week on So You Think You Can Dance . Some former favorites didn't shine quite as brightly, while others who had lagged behind suddenly surged ahead. After Ariana Crowder and Kate Harpootlian were saved by the viewers' Twitter votes, the judges decided to send breaker Burim "B-1" Jusufi and contemporary dancer Moises Parra home. So who did enough to garner votes and stay in the So You Think You Can Dance competition? Let's break down the action from the Top 16 and see whose dreams are still alive and who should be ready to book a ticket home.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/so-you-think-you-can-dance/so-you-think-you-can-dance-pre-57134.aspx

'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Two Dancers Will Leave the Top 18?

It was a night of highs and lows as So You Think You Can Dance challenged dancers with random dance styles, and we bid so long to one dancer from both teams. After viewers used the Twitter save to keep Moises Parra and Eddie "Neptune" Eskridge in the competition, the judges cut ballet dancer Darion Flores and waacker Lily Frias. So which dancers gathered enough votes to stay in the So You Think You Can Dance competition? Let's take a look back at the performances and see who may be packing their bags, and who will advance to the next round.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/so-you-think-you-can-dance/so-you-think-you-can-dance-pre-57070.aspx

'So You Think You Can Dance' Predictions: Which Two Dancers Will Leave the Top 20?

It was a crazy night of performances on So You Think You Can Dance as the top 20 took to the stage for the first time. This time, the dancers were paired in groups to perform in their own style. I wasn't sure at first about the Team Stage versus Team Street twist, but I dig it. Since we will be saying goodbye to one dancer from each team in the next episode, let's try and figure out who killed it on stage and who may be in danger of packing their bags.   Read More... //www.buddytv.com/articles/so-you-think-you-can-dance/so-you-think-you-can-dance-pre-56998.aspx

Which Former So You Think You Can Dancers Do You Want to See Again?

While we patiently await the announcement of which So You Think You Can Dance all-stars will return to the show to be paired with this season's finalists, we ask you: Who do you want to see hit the dance floor again? Whether you're a fan of Stephen "Twitch" Boss' hip-hop stylings or Travis Wall's contemporary flow, sound off in the comments below and check back to see if your favorites made the list. Source Here

So You Think You Can Dance Season 7: What Do You Think Of The Changes?

Let's face it -- no matter how many times you voted for Russell (congrats, you win), season 6 of So You Think You Can Dance was a major flop. With problems varying from a significantly shortened competition (since when do SIX people get to go to the finale?!), air dates that seemed to switch from week to week (depending on whether or not House was new that week, usually), and an overall haphazardly thrown-together season, many faithful viewers have been looking forward to its return to its normal post- American Idol slot at the end of May. After all, nothing says summer like a regularly-paced quality season of So You Think You Can Dance. Well, faithful viewers, be prepared for disappointment. According to show creator Nigel Lythgoe, the seventh season has format changes in store that are sure to be much more dramatic than cramped episodes and an empty judge's chair with Paula Abdul's name on it. For one, there will only be 10 finalists as opposed to the traditional 20, and instead of being paired with a fellow contestant partner, dancers will draw from a hat each week to be coupled with an "all-star" favorite from seasons past. Say whaaaaat?! So what will this mean for the show? For one, only one contestant will be voted off each week, giving the audience a greater chance to "get to know" dancers individually before they get the boot. After all, since they are no longer being partnered with fellow contestants, there's no need to keep an even number in the running at all times. This also eliminates the age-old SYTYCD phenomenon (problem) in which subpar dancers are "carried" by their more popular partner and end up making it ridiculously far due to the votes earned by their far exceptional dance-mate. For example, Jessica (superstar Will's partner) from season 4. Just sayin'. Personally, while I'm all for eliminating the possibility of a crappy dancer getting to ride on their partner's coattails, I'm still a little skeptical. After all, what starts happening when people vote for the all-star they enjoyed watching instead of the actual contestant who fared the best at their challenge? And without the whole contestant-contestant partner dynamic, I feel like it's a different show entirely. Like, I don't know... Dancing with the Stars ? Again, just sayin'. What do you think about season 7's epic changes ahead? Will you continue to tune in, or are you considering finally boycotting the show like I threaten to do every season (but never follow through)? Weigh in below in comments, and set your calendar ahead of time for the May 27th premiere, 8/7c on Fox!

SYTYCD: Just How Far Will Evan Go? - Featured

We need to talk about last night's So You Think You Can Dance and we need to talk about Evan (and I suppose Katie Holmes as well...) Spoilers Included Last night was the Big 100th episode, which gave us a few non standard components to the results show, including revisiting old performances (which, beyond the group number "Ramalama", I might have chosen differently...) and the very-much-hyped-but-nobody-really-cared-about performance by Katie Holmes, "one of the biggest stars of the silver screen" (good one, Cat Deeley, you crack me up!). Since Holmes was doing the whole thing for charity, I don't think it's fully necessary to pan her performance, but yeah, it was...unmemorable (and prerecorded at that). If you like pain (just kidding), you can watch the Holmes performance over on E!Online . Now onto the results! Disappointments on both fronts. On the female end, much as I love 'em...I think it was time for either Kayla or Melissa to go. Jeanine and Janette are/were the 2 best females, so for Janette to be in the bottom and to now be...gone...was an injustice. Perhaps things were best said by Nigel: "Janette, you were my favorite, too. I really wanted you to win this year...It's ruined this 100th celebration for me, to be honest. I think you're absolutely fantastic, and I'm really sorry to lose you. I think America got it wrong." Then on the male end, Jason was really starting to grow on me, so while I don't think he was going to win, I was kind of sad to see him go. But...what irks me most of all is Evan's magical ability to escape the bottom 2 every single week . Evan is a talented and likable guy, but objectively, he is not as good as some of the other top guys. The judges know it - and hint at it frequently - yet Evan seems to have some sort of magical powers, presumably with young female voters - that makes him impervious to the Bottom on a weekly basis. What did you all think of this week's SYTYCD results? Are you too getting annoyed about Evan, or are you the people that are happily voting for him each week?

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