So you think you can dance
THE END IS NIGH! Of Gobbledyween 2013, that is. And possibly of the world, if Big Haagen has its way in The Stuff. That’s right, the final film of this year’s horror movie marathon is none other than 1985’s The Stuff, about a sentient yogurt-like substance that wants to turn you into
Warning: There are spoilers for the So You Think You Can Dance Finale! Don’t read further if you don’t want to know the winners! After one of the best and most action packed seasons in the show’s exsistence, Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance is in
Last night was a special one for So You Think You Can Dance. For the first time ever, the All-Stars were also the choreographers, as we saw eight more amazing numbers from this season. In the end, Tucker and Jenna were sent home, finally putting an end to Jenna’s run.
The highlight of summer television is officially underway! So You Think You Can Dance unveils their Top 20 dancers and has them perform their first routines in their own styles. Keep reading to find out who made the cut and how they performed.
Well it started this summer with thousands of dancers from all around the country. And now, we have just 4: Chehon, Cyrus, Eliana, and Tiffany. In honor of the final tonight, we bring you the top numbers from Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance. Witney and Chehon,
Well, the dynamic duo was back and in full effect yet again this week. A few weeks ago, Eliana and Alex brought us our highlight when they rocked a Stacey Tookey contemporary piece. This week, they had a perfect matchup with choreographer extraordinaire Travis Wall. Once again, the two of them showed incredible chemistry,
Last night, we found out who the Final 4 are for Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance: Chehon and Cyrus for the guys, and Eliana and Tiffany for the girls. One of those dancers, Chehon, performed our highlight of the night. Chehon paired up with Season 6
This was the first week on So You Think You Can Dance Season 9 that we had all-stars back on the show, and it was great to see some old faces. One of my favorites to see back was Alex Wong. For those of you who don’t know Wong, he