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We are just about one week away from National Dance Day! Have you made your dance plans yet? If you’re still looking for a way to get involved, have no fear.
After injuring her rib, Lyrical dancer Ashley Galvan had to step away from the competition in order to heal in time for the tour. Of her two performances below, which was your favorite?
Congratulations to So You Think You Can Dance’s Costume Designer Soyon An who was called this morning by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Soyon was informed that she was nominated and won the 2010 Emmy Award for Outstanding Costumes For A Variety or Music Program and Individual Achievement. The nomination was for Season 6 episode #615A, which included the gorgeous Can-Can outfits Mollee Gray and Nathan Trasoras wore for SYTYCD’s first-ever Can-Can performance. View all of the costumes from that episode. This is Soyon’s second Emmy win. Both awards were for her work on SYTYCD.
Tap dancer Melinda Sullivan left the show in ninth place – the highest placing tap dancer on So You Think You Can Dance. Of her two performances below, which was your favorite?
Salsa dancer Cristina Santana received strong praise from the judges for her two live performances, but America voted her into the bottom two weeks in a row. Of her two performances below, which was your favorite?
Although Alexie Agdeppa’s run on Season 7 was short, she was able to perform a couple of times on the big So You Think You Can Dance stage. Of her two performances below, which was your favorite?
During his short time on the show, Alex was able to leave a lasting mark on us die hard SYTYCD fans. Of his two performances below, which was your favorite?
In another dramatic results show, injured contestant Ashley Galvan, 19, a Lyrical dancer from Visalia, CA, was eliminated on Thursday’s So You Think You Can Dance. Unable to compete in Wednesday’s performance show, Ashley was placed in the bottom three with the two dancers who received the fewest of America’s votes: Billy Bell and Jose Ruiz. Judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mia Michaels, and Adam Shankman then announced that due to Ashley’s injury, she was unable to continue in the competition and therefore eliminated.
This week, we saw a very moving Contemporary piece that Travis Wall choreographed about his mom, who is recovering from surgery. The Season 2 runner-up won over the hearts of viewers with his dancing in 2006, and now he’s doing it all over again with his choreography. We recently caught up with Travis to find out about his journey as a choreographer, advice for the finalists, and more.
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