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In the first time in Sytycd history, two ballet dancers take top honors!
In the closest race ever to be America’s favorite dancers, we were in such suspense to find out the answer. I had no idea how America was going to vote, especially since Tiffany and Cyrus were never in danger the entire season. So it took me by surprise who came out on top.
I stayed in my dressing room the night before. That’s right – I whipped out my blow-up bed and reflected on the whole season and which dances were highlights for me! I tried »
- Mary Murphy
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including True Blood, White Collar, Gossip Girl and The Good Wife!
1 | Really, General Hospital? It only took you 22 years to fix the Duke recast/Gregory Beecroft mess? We welcome Ian Buchanan back, for sure, but good luck explaining how and why Jonathan Paget snowed Anna back in the day.
2 | Can True Blood, moving forward, give us more of the Lafayette we saw in the finale (his running commentary during Maurella’s birthing bonanza was »
- Team TVLine
My favorite guest judge kept me in stitches all night but make no mistake he’s truly in love with all the dancers and the show. Starting the show off with a bang was a hip-hop number choreographed by Luther Brown. Luther was a judge and choreographer on the Canadian version of Sytycd and currently works with Nikki Minaj. It was great to have Luther on the show because I miss my »
- Mary Murphy
We’ve reached that point in the So You Think You Can Dance season where every cut is painful, where any negative critique becomes a larger harbinger of impending doom. It’s times like this when we need a guest judge like Jesse Tyler Ferguson, a guy who’s clearly a fan of the show and of every dancer on the stage, and a man whose lightning quick wit provides a much-needed counterbalance to the sting of losing absolutely terrific competitors like Lindsay and Will.
Whether pointing out the difficulty Witney must’ve had dancing in “diaper pants,” or declaring »
- Michael Slezak
Jesse Tyler Ferguson — “weird and creepy and not a stalker,” he swears — just loves to come back and be a guest judge on So You Think You Can Dance. The Modern Family star invented the Hot Jalapeno Bus (a new friend for Mary Murphy’s Hot Tamale Train), and poignantly called out Will’s personal-story junket (“Dance saved my life…”) as a reason why arts programs are so important to schools. He is, quite simply, the best.
Meanwhile, the Top 8′s parents made everyone cry by talking about how proud they were (Chehon’s mom and Tiffany’s dad especially »
- Annie Barrett
After another night of fantastic dancing, the top 16 became the top 14 on So You Think You Can Dance, as another boy and girl were sent home Wednesday night. "It's a terrible situation," judge Nigel Lythgoe said after the bottom-six dancers were revealed to be Amber Jackson, Lindsay Arnold, Eliana Girard, George Lawrence II, Brandon Mitchell and Dareian Kujawa. Lythgoe told Lawrence that he "looked a little tired" after his Nappytabs hip-hop number, but he was eventually saved. Joining him was Arnold, who fell into the bottom after earning praise for a contemporary number by choreographer Mandy Moore. "I've [told you] you are »
- Patrick Gomez
6 items from 2012
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