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8 items from 2011

So You Think You Can Dance Has a Winner!

11 August 2011 7:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Despite strong performances by all four finalists, head judge Nigel Lythgoe predicted that the winner of So You Think You Can Dance on Thursday night would be one of the two remaining women: Sasha Mallory or Melanie Moore. Was he right? Or did the victory go to one of the men, Marko Germar or Tadd Gadduang? Read on to find out. Related: So You Think You Can Dance Winner Was 'Ready to Take Second'Spoiler Alert: Winner to be announced.With 11.5 million votes, Lythgoe was right: The competition came down to the two women. Melanie Moore was crowned America's Favorite »

- Patrick Gomez and Melody Chiu

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Top 10, all-stars for Sytycd announced

15 July 2011 6:37 AM, PDT | Reality Blurred | See recent Reality Blurred news »

So You Think You Can Dance eliminated two more dancers last night--Ryan Ramirez and Alexander Fost--and arrived at its top 10, who will compete with all-star dancers, who were also announced during the results show. The returning all-star dancers are Brandon Bryant, Comfort Fedoke, Chelsie Hightower, Allison Holker, Pasha Kovalev, Melody Lacayanga, Kathryn McCormick, Robert Roldan, and tWitch. They'll be paired with this season's finalists: Jordan Casanova, Tadd Gadduang, Marko Germar, Ricky Jaime, Mitchell Kelly, »

- Andy Dehnart

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So You Think You Can Dance Results: Did the Right Contestants Crack the Season 8 Top 10?

14 July 2011 6:33 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Traditions were broken on So You Think You Can Dance this week: A Season 8 couple who hadn’t been in the Bottom 3 all season found themselves in jeopardy during tonight’s results show. The judges, for the first time in five weeks, eliminated a male and a female contestant who hadn’t been dancing as partners. Oh, and gloriously, both the show and its sublime host Cat Deeley found themselves nominated for Emmy Awards.

Should we pause here for a moment to offer a slow-clap for the best host in the reality TV game? Dee-Ley! Dee-Ley! Dee-Ley!

Ahhh, that felt good, »

- Michael Slezak

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Latest 'So You Think You Can Dance' result revealed

14 July 2011 6:12 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Ryan Ramirez and Alexander Fost have become the ninth and tenth contestants to exit the eighth season of So You Think You Can Dance. The dancers were eliminated during tonight's live results show after they fell into the bottom six with Caitlynn Lawson, Mitchell Kelly, Ricky Jaime and Sasha Mallory. Each of the contestants - who received the lowest number of public votes - had performed for the judges again with a solo routine in their specialised genre of dance in order to help the panel make its final decision. Lawson, Kelly, (more) »

- By Jennifer Still

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Sytycd Recap: Two Too Divine

13 July 2011 11:42 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Will there be a more stressful day this year for So You Think You Can Dance fans than Thursday, July 14? No, that’s not a reference to Bastille Day — Nigel Lythgoe is a Brit, after all! — but it will mark the brutal moment when the final two dancers are sent home just short of the Sytycd Season 8 touring Top 10, and the 2011 Emmy nominations are announced. And as far as I’m concerned, there can only be one satisfying conclusion: Ryan Ramirez and Ricky Jaime must get the boot, and Cat Deeley must finally score herself a nod in the Outstanding »

- Michael Slezak

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Sytycd Recap: Electra Boogaloo!

7 July 2011 7:56 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

So You Think You Can Dance continued a Season 8 tradition on Wednesday night of bringing us an inoffensive guest judge who lobbed softballs and/or followed the Nigel Lythgoe party line. The latest variation on this theme, Carmen Electra, brought a supple, new-age-y twist to the role, but she might have been just as effective if she’d held up placards with emoticons conveying her feelings about the various dances: “Happy,” “sad,” “sexy,” and “I’ve run out of vocabulary words.” The one thing that confused me about Electra’s judging stint, though, was her response to Cat Deeley’s question about her dance credentials. »

- Michael Slezak

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So You Think You Can Dance Recap: 16? Sweet!

30 June 2011 10:38 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

On Wednesday night’s Top 16 episode of So You Think You Can Dance, highly entertaining guest judge Kristin Chenoweth declared that the night’s final two-person routine was “a dessert — and I liked every bite!” But if you think about it, her metaphor could’ve (and maybe should’ve) been expanded to describe the entire two-hour telecast, which offered one sweet treat after another, to the point where I was practically waving my arm at the TV screen and shouting “I’ll take one of everything!”

When it comes to confectionary indulgence, however, there’s always a price to pay. »

- Michael Slezak

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'So You Think You Can Dance' recap: Kristin Chenoweth guest judges Top 16

30 June 2011 1:58 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

So You Think You Can Dance said goodbye to its first finalists last week when Missy Morelli, Iveta Kukosiute, Nick Young and Wadi Jones were all axed in a mass elimination following a second week of Top 20 performances (the first week was a non-elimination week). Kristen Chenoweth is the third guest judge of the series, following Megan Mullally last week, joining Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and Lil C at the judges' table. Here's what the judges said: > Browse a full gallery of pictures from tonight's So You Think You Can Dance here Sasha Mallory and Alexander Fost - Contemporary Dance: A love story choreographed by Dee Caspary. Alex is a man who has nothing except the memory of the girl he lost (Sasha). The dance is set around a piano with the keys to the piano representing the key to his heart. Nigel calls it a good start to »

- By Lara Martin

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