The contestants that survived the cuts following those rounds were divided into groups, asked to randomly select from a box a CD containing one of five possible music types, and choreograph a routine to the song on their chosen disk.The dancers remaining after the group choreography round were asked to perform one last solo, following which the group was whittled down to 34 contestants—17 male, 17 female. As in season 2, the finals began with 20 contestants, ten male and ten female.Story reads By Lauren King The Virginian-Pilot March 19, 2010NORFOLKA Chesapeake man pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to charges of transportation of child pornography and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.Neal Assad Sabra, 45, will be sentenced June 18, according to a news release from the U. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia.
It’s been so great to experience this show with you this year. Before we get into tonight’s finale recap, I have to first apologize for not writing a full recap of last night’s final performance episode.
So You Think You Can Dance is an American television reality program and dance competition airing on the Fox network. Cat Deeley returned for her second consecutive season as host.
Nigel Lythgoe returned as a permanent judge, joined this season by choreographer Mary Murphy.
As a non-hip hop dancer, Pasha totally kept up with his partner Lauren, who, might we say, slaaayyyyyyed.
Also, the humor and athleticism in this routine that choreographer Shane Sparks incorporated proves why he's still one of the best.
Also, the theatricality and intensity is a nice counter-balance to some of the more raw and subtle routines. The Nancy Sinatra track gave this dance LIFE and it's a masterpiece. Because it's so personal, Amy and Zack didn't hold back, and it proved to be absolutely breathtaking.