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Mark Your Calendars – SYTYCD Best Routine Special!

With Season 6 just around the corner…I visited the Fox website to remind myself when season 6 begins…September 9th. Then, I noticed that on September 2nd they are doing a SYTYCD special feature. They will be reshowing some of the best routines from every season of SYTYCD.

I must have missed this announcement or I just wasn’t paying that much attention. So this is just a friendly reminder to save this date. As for what dances we will see…well, I can think of a few. I know the one I would like to see again…not including the ones we saw this past season.

Season 1: Nick & Melody- Disco
Blake & Ashlee- Samba
Ashlee & Melody- Comtemporary

Season 2: Tranji- Hip Hop
Benji & Donyelle- Broadway
Alison & Ivan- Contemporary
Top 6- Group routine to Hide and Seek

Season 3: Danny & Neil- Princes
Lacey & Cameron- Contemporary
Sara & Neil- Disco

Season 4: Twitchington- Viennese Waltz
Mark & Courtney- The Garden
Will & Katee- Pas de Deux

Those are just a few of the many dances. I know there are many I didn’t list…like just about all of Wade’s routines. So, feel free to add your favorites to the list, and remember to watch September 2nd to see if any of your favorites are replayed.

August 25, 2009 I Written By

Dance is one of my biggest passions. I grew up dancing at Augusta West Dance Studio (the same studio that Kathryn McCormick). I have a BFA in theatre/dance from Valdosta State University. Tap is my favorite style of dance.

Best Group Dance – SYTYCD Season 5 “EmMandy” Awards

In our ongoing series of choreography “EmMandy” Awards, here’s the award for “Best Group Dance” from So You Think You Can Dance season 5 (winner is in Bold). This is the final award, so take a look at the other SYTYCD Season 5 “EmMandy” Awards.

“Best Group Dance”

  • Tyce Diorio, “Send in the Clowns”
  • Tabitha, Napolean and Dimitri, “Calle Ocho”
  • Mia Michaels, “One”, “Higher Ground”

An amazing concept with a heartbreaking story beautifully translated into the choreography. What more could you want? It was a sad dance, but it didn’t pity itself or try to make you cry or feel bad for it. It just was. I loved Jeanine’s smile that faded from her face, and Evan’s sliding down the toy box at the end. It was perfect and beautiful and I could watch it forever. However—I wouldn’t consider it a Broadway dance, more of a contemporary or even ballet. Just because the song is from a musical doesn’t make the dance Broadway. But it did include a generous helping of acting from each performer, and I think they all delivered.

I Written By

I am a blogger and reality tv lover. I blog here for SYTYCD but mostly the Canada version, since I live in Vancouver BC. I also blog about other reality tv shows on my own blog