How do I vote?
Each contestant will be assigned a toll-free telephone number during the performance shows which feature voting. However, during the first 3 weeks of voting (starting Tuesday, November 10th, 2009), contestants will perform as couples and each dance couple will be assigned a toll-free telephone number during those performance shows. To vote, simply watch “So You Think You Can Dance” on FOX each week (see local listings for times in your area) and dial the telephone number of the contestant(s) for whom you wish to vote. Voting will open at the end of each performance show which features voting. DO NOT call before the end of the show as the lines will not be open. For the first 2 weeks of performance shows (October 27th and November 3rd) the results will be decided by the judges and no voting will take place. During those first 2 weeks the judges’ elimination decisions will be revealed at the end of each performance show. For all other performance shows which feature voting the results of the vote will be revealed in the results shows that will also air on FOX later the same week (see local listings for details). Rules and procedures are subject to change at producers’ discretion without notice.
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Finalist Billy Bell has Left SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE Due to Illness. Brandon Dumlao Joins Top 20.
Top 20 dancer Billy Bell has left SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE due to illness and will be replaced by Brandon Dumlao, 21, a Hip Hop dancer from Concord, CA. Dumlao will join the Top 20 this week as they compete on the first two-hour performance show Tuesday, Oct. 27 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
This Monday you will have a chance to meet the Top 20 in an all-new special. Top 20 Finalists will then compete as couples, and two finalists will be eliminated in a 2-Hour performance show on Tuesday. Full-profiles of all of the Top 20 contestants will be posted next week on Fox.com/dance.
While watching the Vegas week round of auditions, you’ve witnessed the dancers go through a very grueling week of dance. The days are very long and the schedules are jam-packed with choreography. Here is a look at a day in the life of a Season 6 hopeful at Las Vegas auditions.
In the past couple years, several dance shows started airing on national television. So You Think You Can Dance judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy open up
So You Think You Can Dance Season 3 finalist Lauren Gottlieb was front and center during a production of Duffy’s “Mercy” on Fox’s new hit show, Glee. Lauren played a member of the Vocal Adrenaline glee club who performed intricate, back-bending choreography on last Wednesday’s episode. Glee airs immediately following So You Think You Can Dance on Wednesday nights.
On the 61st Primetime Emmy® Awards live telecast, So You Think You Can Dance choreographers Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo choreographed a routine that showcased reality TV show dance and included some SYTYCD alumni. Season 4’s Joshua Allen, Katee Shean, and Mark Kanemura, and Season 3’s Hok Konishi and Dominic Sandoval danced on the Nokia Theater stage.
Acclaimed producer, director and choreographer Adam Shankman has joined SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE as a third judge. Shankman, who has been a guest judge and choreographer on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE since 2007, will sit alongside Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe and draw upon his expertise to critique the dancers throughout the competition.
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