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So You Think You Can Dance Recap: The 5 Best Boston Auditions! (Vote for Your Faves!)

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So You Think You Can Dance‘s Boston audition stop was a cause for celebration — and not just because it featured a gal with a lampshade on her head, a hunk willing to flash his torso upon request and Mary Murphy hollerating like a Red Sox fan with the score tied at the bottom of the ninth. READ MORE


So You Think You Can Dance Recap: The 5 Best Auditions From Los Angeles and Austin

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This week’s So You Think You Can Dance — which focused on auditions from Los Angeles and Austin, TX — spanned from the adorable (boogying toddlers!) to the grotesque (the sudden emergence of “bone-breaking” as popular style). READ MORE


So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 Premiere Recap: Vote for Best L.A. Audition! [Updated]

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When Nigel Lythgoe referenced the Japanese horror genre early in the So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 Premiere, I didn’t realize his metaphor would take on quite such a literal slant. But over the course of a zippy, talent-filled hour, there were more than a few bone-chilling sights and sounds: READ MORE


So You Think You Can Dance Exclusive: Mary, Cat and Nigel Reminisce on the Eve of Season 10 (!)

So You Think You Can Dance Renewed Season 11

It’s hard to fathom Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance is all grown up — and on the brink of its two-night Season 10 premiere (May 14, 8/7c, and May 15, 9/8c). In a few years, in fact, it’ll be a sullen teenager slamming its bedroom door and refusing to do its homework. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO


TVLine Items: SYTYCD's Two-Night Premiere Event, Laura Benanti Is a Royal Pain and More!

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So You Think You Can Dance is boogying back to Fox in a big way this summer.

Season 10 of the network’s competition series is set to launch with a two-night event …READ MORE


Fox Sets Finales for Glee, Bones, Idol and Others, Premieres for SYTYCD and More Summer Fare

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Fox has announced its game plan to serve up springtime finales for Glee, American Idol and other shows, then segue into fresh summer fare — including Season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance.

The first programs to wrap their current runs …READ MORE


TVLine Items: Beauty Gets a Shrink, BSG Fave Visits Arrow, SYTYCD Renewed and More!

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Beauty and the Beast‘s Catherine may want to check if she has any tells, because TVLine has learned that onetime Lie to Me lie detector Brendan Hines is joining the CW drama as a police department psychologist who will get inside the pretty detective’s head — “or at least tries to,” says exec producer Sherri Cooper. READ MORE


SYTYCD's Cyrus Spencer on Superhero Dreams, Slo-Mo Running and Nigel's Tough Comments

SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE:  Cyrus Spencer (22), an Animation/Robotics dancer from Duluth, GA, is a Top 20 finalist on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE airing Wednesday, July 11 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2012 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: Mathieu Young/FOX

Cyrus “Glitch” Spencer arrived at Vegas Week for Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance, and suddenly felt very small. “Everybody else was so good,” he explains. And while he’d wanted to take some classes in between his initial audition and the boot-camp-style callbacks, Cyrus says that …READ MORE


SYTYCD Winner Chehon Wespi-Tschopp on Tough Judging and the Meaning of 'The Suitcase'

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Chehon Wespi-Tschopp was well aware that most of his ballet-world contemporaries would think him crazy for abandoning a lead role in the touring production of Twyla Tharp’s Come Fly Away for a chance to audition for So You Think You Can Dance, but he saw it a different way. READ MORE


SYTYCD Champ Eliana Girard Talks 'Bang Bang,' Pole-Dancing and Triple-Threat Dreams

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So You Think You Can Dance‘s Season 9 co-champion Eliana Girard says that her decision to quit a steady job as an aerialist with Cirque du Soleil and audition for a reality competition was the best choice she’s ever made, but by far the scariest. READ MORE