It was down to eight couples Wednesday night on So You Think You Can Dance? as choreographer and general friend of the show Adam Shankman joined regular judges Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe.... See full synopsis »

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It was down to eight couples Wednesday night on So You Think You Can Dance? as choreographer and general friend of the show Adam Shankman joined regular judges Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe. Mary said this would be the shows best year ever because at this point in past seasons they've generally had a better idea of who the front-runners are. Nigel took a moment to pay tribute to legendary dancer and actress Cyd Charisse, who died last week. He and Adam suggested that folks go rent some of her classic movies, including Singin' in the Rain (1952), The Band Wagon (1953), Silk Stockings (1957) and Brigadoon (1954). Nigel called her a remarkable woman and real star of dance.

Host Cat Deeley said each couple would say a bit out their partners before each dance.

Kherington & Twitch: Kherington said that something America doesn't know about Twitch is that he has a huge laugh, like a bear. Twitch said Kherington has a huge shopping problem, saying she's bought about 427 shoes, "easily," in the ...

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25 June 2008 (USA)  »

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The Beautiful People
Written by Marilyn Manson (uncredited) and Jeordie White (uncredited)
Performed by Marilyn Manson
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