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Just hours after being crowned America’s Favorite Dancer, Season 7 champ Lauren Froderman opened up on a press call about her experience on So You Think You Can Dance. The 18-year-old was still in shock, very appreciative, and she’s looking forward to the tour.
The seventh season of So You Think You Can Dance came to a spectacular conclusion last night as Lauren Froderman, 18, a Contemporary Jazz dancer from Phoenix, AZ, was named America’s Favorite Dancer and danced off with the cash prize of $250,000. She will be featured on the cover of Dance Spirit magazine, and will be the first-ever dancer featured as an athlete in Gatorade print ads in select publications and online at www.gatorade.com.
America’s Favorite Dancer, Lauren Froderman, impressed with her versatility in everything from Hip Hop to Cha Cha this season. You may have favorite LoFro routines that aren’t even listed below! Of the winner’s two performances shown here, which was your favorite?
Wapakoneta’s Kent Boyd was a fan favorite since day one due to his determination, demeanor, and dancing. It was no surprise he made it all the way to the finale of Season 7! Of the runner-up’s two performances below, which was your favorite?
Contemporary dancer Robert Roldan rose to the occasion week after week and even became the Ballroom Boy of this season. Of the third place finisher’s two performances below, which was your favorite?
Who will be America’s Favorite Dancer? Tune in to So You Think You Can Dance tonight, Thursday, Aug. 12 at 8/7c on FOX, for one of the most-anticipated television events of the summer featuring a very special performance by Ellen DeGeneres and tWitch Boss.
We recently caught up with So You Think You Can Dance’s first-ever all-stars. Week after week they’ve put out some of the most memorable performance in SYTYCD history alongside the talented Top 11 of Season 7. Here is what some of the all-stars had to say about being back on the show that launched their careers.
Contemporary dancer AdéChiké Torbert was one of very few dancers to never fall in the bottom three. He made it all the way until the second-to-last week before receiving the fewest number of votes. We caught up with AdéChiké on a press call the morning after his elimination to learn more about his thoughts on being critiqued, going on tour, and more.
Brooklyn boy and Contemporary dancer AdéChiké Torbert was one of the most beloved dancers on Season 7. He didn’t fall into the bottom three until his elimination in the second to last week of the season. Of his two performances below, which was your favorite?
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