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Top 18 So You Think You Can Dance Music

UPDATE: Find the latest and greatest So You Think You Can Dance music.

As always were here to list the music from tonight’s episode of So You Think You Can Dance. 9 dances to all sorts of styles means we’re going to be treated to another wide variety of music. Also, remember to look back at the songs from past SYTYCD episodes.

Randi Evans and Evan Kasprzak danced Jive to the music “Shake A Tail Feather”—Ray Charles choreographed by Louis van Amstel

Melissa Sandvig and Ade Obayomi danced Jazz to the music “24 Hours” (The Aston Shuffle A-Bomb Remix) Terry Poison - 24 Hours - Single - 24 Hours (The Aston Shuffle A-Bomb Remix)—Terry Poison choreographed by Sonya Tayeh

Caitlin Kinney and Jason Glover danced Hip-hop to the music “Missin’ You” Trey Songz - Trey Day (Bonus Track Version) - Missin You—Trey Songz choreographed by Shane Sparks

Janette Manrana and Brandon Bryant danced Disco to the music “Loving Is Really My Game”—Brainstorm choreographed by Doriana Sanchez

Asuka Kondoh and Vitolio Jeune danced Waltz to the music “Dreams Are More Precious” Enya - And Winter Came - Dreams Are More Precious—Enya choreographed by Louis van Amstel

Kayla Radomski and Max Kapitannikov danced Pop-Jazz to the song “Hot Like Wow” Nadia Oh - Hot Like Wow - Hot Like Wow—Nadia Oh choreographed by Brian Friedman

Karla Garcia and Jonathan Platero danced a Contemporary piece to the song “Falling Slowly” The Frames - The Cost (Deluxe Edition) - Falling Slowly—The Frames choreographed by Stacey Tookey (Original The Frames Music Video The Frames - The Cost (Deluxe Edition) - Falling Slowly)

Jeanine Mason and Phillip Chbeeb danced Tango to the music “Violento (Up Mix)” Bailongo! - Violento (Single Digital Only) - Violento (Up Mix)–Bailongo! choreographed by Tony Meredith

Ashley Valerio and Kupono Aweau danced Hip-hop to the music “Imma Be” Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies) - Imma Be—The Black Eyed Peas choreographed by Shane Sparks

June 17, 2009 I Written By

Just call me Charlie...but where are my angels?

So You Think You Can Dance on Twitter

Just wanted to let everyone know that I created a really cool new page on Pure So You Think You Can Dance. This page is a list of So You Think You Can Dance twitter accounts. So many people from the show listed there. I’m actually amazed how many of the dancers from the current season are on Twitter.

I’m a huge fan of twitter. In fact, I’m currently working on two interviews with choreographers from So You Think You Can Dance all thanks to Twitter. If you’re interested, you can follow my SYTYCD tweets here. Next up is to integrate twitter into the site, so you can share the content on Pure SYTYCD with your twitter friends.

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Just call me Charlie...but where are my angels?

Free Katee Shean Makeup Contest

I’m really excited to announce a great contest for all the fans of Katee Shean and So You Think You Can Dance. Cliche Cosmetics has generously donated 2 compacts designed by Katee Shean. Yes, that means free makeup for 2 readers of Pure SYTYCD. For all the men out there, if you win I’m sure there’s some lady in your life that would enjoy some free makeup. Now for more details on the prizes and how to enter to win.

Can you say prizes? First is the Katee Shean every day compact…
Katee Shean Cosmetic Line
Now the Katee Shean stage compact (for all you dancers out there)…
Katee Shean Cosmetic Line

Now a description of the product…
The compacts designed by Katee Shean are available at and will soon be available in dance retail stores across the US and Canada. Katee hosted master classes and a party in South Florida to celebrate the launch of her line. The photoshoot shows Katee wearing her cosmetics. She designed every detail of the compacts. The everyday compact that reads “Believe in yourself” contains the famous IV from season four while the stage makeup compact continues the sentence and reads “…and make every moment count”. Each compact contains 3 eyeshadows, eyeliner, blush, and lipstick and comes wrapped in a box with a ribbon for your hair.

How to Enter
We’ll be running this contest until the So You Think You Can Dance top 10 are determined. If my calculations are correct, that’s only 4 weeks. There are 4 different ways to enter yourself to win. Do all 4 things and you’ll have your name entered into the drawing 4 times. The winner will be chosen at random and supervised by the most honest person I know (my wife). Here’s how you enter:
1. Leave a comment on this post (easy enough no?). Just make sure to use your real email or we’ll have no way to contact you.
2. Send a tweet to all your friends about this website or this contest. Click Tweet This! to tweet a message about this contest. Make sure to include @tvblog in the tweet to enter.
3. Share a link to on your Facebook, myspace page or blog. Leave a comment with your myspace name, facebook page, or blog post so I can verify.
4. Join the Pure SYTYCD email list.

Any questions feel free to ask in the comments.
Katee Shean for Cliche Cosmetics Dancing

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Just call me Charlie...but where are my angels?

So You Think You Can Dance Voting Results

I previously posted a poll asking for people to vote for their favorite dancers from the SYTYCD top 20. We’ve had almost 3000 votes on the poll and the results of the poll are quite interesting. Take a look at this chart of the voting results and below it I’ll add some commentary on the results.
So You Think You Can Dance Voting Results
First, I have to of course point out that this poll includes all of the SYTYCD season 5 top 20. Paris and Tony are already gone, but even that’s interesting. Paris was the least popular person and so I guess that’s why no one has come to the site complaining about Paris going home. Tony on the other hand was more popular than Paris, but still was near the bottom.

I’m not surprised at all that Asuka and Vitolio are near the bottom. After their first performance that makes a lot of sense. Ashley for some reason has never been popular. Maksim doesn’t have the looks he needs to be more popular (see Dmitry).

I should mention that the voting results are probably a little bit skewed in Jeanine Mason’s favor since I’ve had a lot of people coming to my site after searching for Jeanine Mason’s name. That said, you have to give Jeanine credit that a lot of people are searching for her name on Google. If they didn’t care about her, they wouldn’t be searching.

Anyone who thinks that Evan doesn’t have a great shot at winning this season is crazy. This poll shows that. Phillip seems to have a nice fan following thanks to his previous performances on the show.

I’m a little surprised that Caitlin Kinney actually got more votes than her partner Jason Glover. I would have thought for sure that he’d be more popular than Caitlin (even if I’m obviously bias to Caitlin myself).  Although, from the looks of it Kayla Radomski is quite popular herself.

Another surprise for me is Pono Aweau sitting in the middle ground. I would have thought he’d be a bit more popular than that. Maybe it will just take some time for people to get to know him. Although with that said, I think he could potentially rub people the wrong way.

All in all, I feel pretty good about these poll results predicting which people will make it to the top 4. We might see one or two people shift a little, but the top slots do seem to be some of the best dancers and the most popular ones as well.

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Just call me Charlie...but where are my angels?

Kherington Payne and Jason Williams in Fame Trailer

Last season, Kherington Payne was my favorite dancer. So, you can imagine my joy to find out that Kherington Payne had a major part in Fame. Turns out that Jason Williams from SYTYCD season 2 is also on the show. Check out the trailer which includes some really nice images of Kherington Payne, but honestly includes a lot of really talented people. I’m excited to see Fame this Fall.

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Just call me Charlie...but where are my angels?