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Alex Wong “Crave” Music Video – Exclusive Look #2

Alex Wong (SYTYCD, Season 7) has a music video for his song “Crave” coming soon, and the video is packed with So You Think You Can Dance veterans. Lauren Gottlieb (SYTYCD, Season 3) is the video’s director and choreographer, and Legacy (SYTYCD, Season 6) is the video’s associate director and co-choreographer. Check out the exclusive behind-the-scenes look below ๐Ÿ™‚

March 22, 2012 I Written By

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SYTYCD S7 Top 11 Results Thoughts

I’m going to post my thoughts AS the show is happening so SPOILER…

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June 17, 2010 I Written By

SYTYCD Season 7 Top 11 Power Rankings

My first Power Rankings of Season 7!! It’s very different this year, since we don’t have those “weeding out” episodes at the beginning of Top 20. We’re not losing one girl and one guy every results show this time around, but just one dancer. Which is great…but also hard to predict who’s gonna go. We already have such a small number of dancers and the Meet the Top 11 and first performance show have been pretty killer. It’s really hard to guess how this is going to play out.

That being said… I’m game to try. ๐Ÿ™‚ Aren’t I always?

Top Four

Alex – hands down, Alex had the best night. His performance with Allison was stunning and got rave reviews from the judges. I’ve never seen Nigel react the way that he did. Not only that, but the audience loved it and he earned Deely’s first chills of the season. ๐Ÿ™‚ Alex managed to be humble, proud and adorable (like when he was mouthing along with Cat’s phone number speel).

Kent – had a solid performance with some slight wobbles. It wasn’t as spectacular as some of the other performances, but it was cute. It had loads of personality and he did look genuinely thrilled ot be there, with Anya in his arms. If you add all the screen time he got and how amusing he was talking with the judges – and Cat’s extremely odd and cute faces – you get a wide security net, in my opinion.

Ashley – her performance is incredibly memorable to me because the chemistry between Ashley and Neil was through the roof. They both seemed genuinely affected for a while after the performance was over and so was I. While the judges were talking, I kept thinking, stop talking, you’re not talking about the right thing. I wanted Neil back on stage with Ashley. Plus, it was a great routine danced beautifully. I think this brought Ashley to a lot of people’s attention.

Robert – had great chemistry with Courtney. This was a routine so natural to them both that it was just kinda like, “here’s some great dancing, no big thang.” I hope it stands out as much as it deserves to. I think it will. And Robert’s personality really shone through, particularly in his [weird] interchange with Mia. So, he probably came to a lot of people’s attention as well.

Middle Four

Billy – is maybe letting the competition get in the way of his dancing. He danced well, don’t get me wrong. It was a cute routine with Lauren. But it had none of the weight of some of the other performances and it was the first routine and several people have told me they don’t think Billy is dancing to his capacity lately.

Alexie – had a cute, competent routine with Twitch. It wasn’t everything it couldn’t been, but it was entertaining and charming and well-danced. I think this is one of the routines that suffered from the new-partner-every-week format of the show. If Alexie and Twitch had been partners for two or three weeks before this, I think it would’ve rocked more.

Adechike – also suffered from the new-partner-each-week thing, in my opinion. It was shocking to me that Chike and Kathryn didn’t have much chemistry because everyone has chemistry with Kathryn. A mop would have chemistry with Kathryn. The chair had more chemistry with Kathryn than Chike did. But, it was well-danced. It just could’ve been more than it was, like Alexie and Twitch’s routine.

Jose – was lucky enough to disguise his lack of experience and training within this routine with Comfort. So while I think it was more poorly danced than say, Cristina’s routine, for example, I think that his charm, the generosity of his choreographer and partner and his potential “journey” will keep him safe.

Bottom Three

Lauren – wasn’t all that bad with Ade, because they’re both strong dancers and Ade is a phenomenal partner. But I don’t think she was feeling Ade or the choreography and it showed. She seemed uncommitted to both. Then, she was kinda a bit of a brat when talking to the judges. She said something along the lines, “I’ll figure out how to earn your approval.” Which seems…kinda…fake… I think it surprised all the judges, when she said that. Her expression was very flat and blank after that, like she was trying to keep herself from saying something worse. I think it turned a lot of people off of LoFro, but not enough to get her booted.

Melinda – was adorable and charming with Pasha. They had strong chemistry. However, she was clearly overwhelmed by the routine. While she did a good job masking her legs (as the judges commented on) with her personality, I think she was one of the more obviously weak dancers. Jose was lucky enough to have some breaking added to the choreography so he could show his strengths while she was left smiling and oozing charm for all she was worth and couldn’t really display any of her dance strengths. She may suffer some stress tonight in the bottom 3, but I hope she doesn’t leave because I love her and I can’t wait to see what she can do.

Cristina – her dancing was better than Melinda, Jose and probably Lauren’s last night. However, it was early in the show and it kinda looked like Mark was slinging her around for most of the routine. I don’t think she got a chance to shine and I don’t think she has the fan base of some of the other dancers, including the ones who’ll likely be in the Bottom 3. When you factor in that she was the only dancer who was critiqued during Meet the Top 11, I think she’s the one in the most danger.

Alright – how off base do you think I am? Do you think the All-Stars’ popularity will rub off on their particular partners? How do you think tonight’s results show is going to go down? I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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SYTYCD 7: Top 11 Performances Reactions

Sooo normally I don’t have an opinion when it comes to dances and emotion and what not, but there was so much going on that you can’t help but react, so I’m going to give it a shot… ๐Ÿ˜€ Just a quick warning, chances are high I’m not going to react to the actual dances as much as some other things that have happened… ๐Ÿ˜€

Overall Show format

Marianya’s Reaction: Now I’m really digging this All Star format, I think the All Stars are really a big help in helping the dancers get acquainted with unfamiliar dances… but another week I think will help me refine that opinion.

Dancer: Billy Bell
All-Star: Lauren Gottlieb
Style: Broadway

Marianya’s Reaction: Ok, Billy is a beautiful dancer, no question… but he seems to have lost a bit of that luster from Season 6. Though I’ll admit this is one of the better Broadway routines.

Dancer: Cristina Santana
All-Star: Mark Kanemura
Style: Jazz

Marianya’s Reaction: Took me a while to realize that Cristina was wearing a body suit and not body paint >.< But dang Mark was flirting with the audience as he walked off stage... with the finger pointing and the semi-Elvis semi-The Fonz look... such a ham. Dancer: Jose Ruiz
All-Star: Comfort Fedoke
Style: Hip Hop

Marianya’s Reaction: Jose looking all werewolf-y yeeeaaah, didn’t expect that, but I think Jose got cut a break with a good portion of his dancing being more breaking than actual dancing… he’s better on the floor than on his feet… and doesn’t necessarily work in dancing, in other activities I’d agree, but not dancing.

Dancer: Adรฉchikรฉ Torbert
All-Star: Kathryn McCormick
Style: Contemporary/Jazz

Marianya’s Reaction: This had SO MUCH potential and it felt flat. I mean COME ON, I work in the office and I have fantasies of being able to do that to a couple of guys, but this routine is a man’s fantasy not a female’s fantasy. Seriously dude.

Dancer: Melinda Sullivan
All-Star: Pasha Kovalev
Style: Ballroom โ€“ Jive

Marianya’s Reaction: *Squee* Pasha’s back, I’m a Pasha fangirl. I was going to say something about the routine but Adam totally made me forget what I wanted to say when he said, “look in here please don’t look down here…” with his fingers aiming towards his family jewels… so he had to add to that, “and by that I mean your legs and feet”. I love Adam… I don’t care which team he bats for.

Dancer: Alex Wong
All-Star: Allison Holker
Style: Jazz

Marianya’s Reaction: O.M.G. Where the hell did that come from!??!?! I’ve never see Nigel speechless… and I swear I thought Nigel shed a tear or two or three… One thing I noticed is that Alex held Allison for a very long time… almost as long as Neil and Ashley later on… but that was such an emotionally driven piece that they needed a bit to calm down. Oh and SONYA ROCKS tonight… I’ve never been a huge fan of Sonya, I am now.

Dancer: Alexie Agdeppa
All-Star: Stephen โ€œTwitchโ€ Boss
Style: Hip Hop

Marianya’s Reaction: Shankman of the 90s scares me, and instead of the girl barging through the door it’s Twitch barging through the window… He so suave in that dance, he could sneak through my window any night. Though, I totally would love to see the extended clip of Shankman in Star Search.

Dancer: Lauren Froderman
All-Star: Ade Obayami
Style: Contemporary

Marianya’s Reaction: As much as I love Ade, Lauren totally killed the routine for me. I ended up fast forwarding through the routine because Lauren seemed to be a dancing Barbie doll. It’s pretty and all but there’s no substance behind the pretty face and lines.

Dancer: Kent Boyd
All-Star: Anya Garnis
Style: Ballroom

Marianya’s Reaction: OMG I know what Kent needs to do in order to remain on top… he needs to enjoy dancing and not think! I love, LOVE, LOVE his last back bend and when he gets out of it and looks at Anya, did anyone notice a bit of a flick of his tongue out the right side of his lips? OMG. Forget the lips puckering or his Jessica Rabbit impersonation. And then he went from being a “man” to being a “boy” again… it’s like *blink* I’m a kid again. And Mia and Adam’s reactions to the cougar exchange… priceless!

Dancer: Ashley Galvan
All-Star: Neil Haskell
Style: Contemporary

Marianya’s Reaction: Another strong emotional routine, right up there with Alex/Allison. But for more of my reaction, go to this exchange between myself and Emilie.

Dancer: Robert Roldan
All-Star: Courtney Galiano
Style: African Jazz

Marianya’s Reaction: Courtney’s my least fav All-Star… so you could bet I was a wee disappointed that Robert didn’t “really” kill Courtney ๐Ÿ˜€ I watched Robert primarily through this whole thing. This is a dancer that’s like Ade where you know almost nothing about them at the beginning but their dancing spoke for them… and his exchange with Mia was entertaing… RAWR! Though Adam’s assessment of Robert would be interesting considering there’s Kent and Billy there too… I’m beginning to understand way there are so many male dancers, it just made me wonder how did Anthony Burrell do in the other styles that forced them to let him go because that has GOT to be the reason they didn’t keep him on…

June 16, 2010 I Written By

My life can be summed up in the following two quotes: 1) "I am married to engineering and am its faithful wife by day, but at night my wanderlust takes hold and the arts becomes my jealous paramour." and... 2) "Engineering is my safety net. Writing is my passion. Acting is my escape when the other two become too much." So where does dancing fit in? Pretty much anywhere at this point... =)

SYTYCD S7 E5 Meet the Top 11 Thoughts

I *reallllllly* need to talk about this one! ๐Ÿ™‚

-First of all, can we all agree here and now that Ade is Ade from S5 and the S7 contestant’s name is Adechike or Chike? Cause this is going to get very confusing very fast, unless we set some ground rules. Lol

-I loved that little dance routine that some of the contestants did with their luggage in the opening montage.

-Wade and Amanda *seriously* need an Emmy for the opening All-Star/Top 11 “Fame” group routine. Like, now. I loved the “Alice in Wonderland”-funked up flavor to it. I love Wade’s choreography – how it can be both elegant and dirty at the same time. It’s like crack for us SYTYCD fans. Loooooved the “partner exchange” near the end and all of their poses at the end and Alex’s face. ๐Ÿ™‚ Clearly, he loved being part of that routine.

-Cat rocks. “Thank you for coming to my tea party.” Cat, I’ll go to your tea party anytime. Just don’t ever leave SYTYCD, please. ๐Ÿ™‚

-Wonderful to meet the new director, Nikki Parsons, and see her in the control booth. That was a nice, personal touch. Kinda like how SYTYCD AU showed us a lot of footage with the costumers.

-Everyone went mad when Mia was welcomed back. I’m mad for Mia, so I get it.

-11 seconds to say what we have to know about the contestants? Pretty cute. Especially Kent’s, “uh, I’m single.” ๐Ÿ™‚ Not for long…

-Travis, Travis, Travis!! “Paris is Burning” is a gooooorgeous routine. Oh my goodness!! I love the idea of basing a routine on celebrating the fall of an empire. How not standard is that? Um, I mean unique. Creative. As cool as the whole routine was, and kudos to chipper LoFro for holding her own in a mental piece like this, the highlight for me was seeing Kathryn and Mark dance together. So…

-Season 8 should be a fall season that is JUST SYTYCD alumni dancing routines together, showcasing the dancers associated with the show. Kinda like the “pro dance” routine in the middle of the results show? But a season full of that. Why not? Then, back to regularly scheduled programming in the summer with Season 9. ๐Ÿ™‚

-Cat’s right when she said, “Kent, you look quite mad.” And when she asked him who was his ideal woman and he said, “someone like my mom,” and then blurted, “Beyonce!” Toooo funny.

-Got a bit teary when Travis said, “Four years ago, I was on that stage and now I’m sitting next to these guys.” Wonderful!

-And speaking of “sitting next to these guys,” I love that they’re having the choreographers on the judges’ panel for their routines! Can we keep this for the whole season?!?! Why shouldn’t they chime in on what they thought about the routine? Sure, it’ll mostly be positive platitudes, probably, but every once in a while, we might get a disappointed reaction, etc.

-Tyce’s routine from Sweet Charity and the 4 girls, Alexie, Melinda, Allison and Lauren was killer! Loooved it! I agreed that I couldn’t really tell the difference between the All-Stars and the contestants. This was the one routine where I think that was really true.

-I loooved their dresses!! Especially Melinda’s!

-Cat was so cute when she said, “I wanna be in your gang, girls! Please, let me be in your gang!”

-Then, Cat pointed out that Tyce worked with J.Lo and Tom Cruise *this week* and I loved that he said there was no difference between that and working with the contestants/All-Stars.

-I thought Nappytabs routine with Jose, Twitch, Comfort and Dominic was really smart and creative. It was clearly predicting his journey from contestant, to alumni pro dancer and All-Star. ๐Ÿ™‚ Clearly, Jose was loving Cat’s attention afterward. I wonder if Dom’s got some competition? And how he’ll react, if so? Lol.

-Speaking of that… I thought the Cat/Dom interplay was definitely scripted and cheesy, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t think it was funny/cute. ๐Ÿ™‚ I did. Cat can pull off cheesy. And they kinda acknowledged that it was a “bit,” when Cat said, “we need to go somewhere with this.” Loooved when Dom said, “I can’t see you” and craned up at her. ๐Ÿ™‚

-I loooved that Nappytabs confirmed my read on the routine and said it was about initiating Jose into the SYTYCD family. ๐Ÿ™‚ Nice to have such supportive choreographers and fellow dancers.

-Yay, Jason Gilkison!! I liked the “Work” routine, but it kinda reminded me of the DiLillo Couple/Karen Hauer routine from Season 6’s “Meet the Top 20” showcase episode, which Jason also choreographed. And, as much as I like Cristina (and, I do!!), everybody was overshadowed by Pasha in that routine. Pasha!!! Do I really need to say more? I think he could’ve handled another dance partner. Also, Pasha needs to be a pro dancer on Dancing with the Stars. Anybody agree? Also, did anybody else notice that Cristina was the only dancer to get called out for something technical? She was told she has kinda “lazy feet.” I don’t think any of the other dancers got anything but positive feedback.

-Cat’s “These girls danced their dresses off! That’s called shaking it!” Lol.

-Mia’s contemporary “This Bitter Earth” was PHE-NOM-ENAL!!! She’s baaaaaack! I love her creative choreography. The idea of a routine about “time, the journey of life,” is just incredible. I wonder if she got first pick of dancers? ๐Ÿ™‚ Billy, Alex and Ade all stood out to me, but I especially loved Ade’s full committment to the “old man” end of the spectrum. More than any of the other routines, I felt like these 3 guys got to represent themselves, got significant “solos” within the routine, which was not just due to Mia’s choreography, but also to the camera work. It was beautiful. I especially loved the point where they were spread across the stage and swayed in unison with each other. And when they walked off the stage together.

-Mia’s comments after the routine, “It was an honor,” with her hand on her heart and to Ade, “Welcome home.” And calling Billy a freak and Alex a beast. ๐Ÿ™‚ Cat saying, “Let’s hear it for the freak and the beast.” Looool. ๐Ÿ™‚

-I didn’t like that Adechike called himself the underdog. Maybe he feels that way, but it seemed a little too forced to me. I dunno.

-Sonya is amazing. Adechike, Ashley, Robert, Neil and Courtney were all really good in “Freak.” Only thing is that I think Courtney and Ashley were too easy to mistake for each other because they have the same coloring, height and hair color. The guys were all vastly different and because there was an extra one, they kinda got little solos in the routines, so they stood out. Course, I wasn’t complaining when Neil got his moment to show off his spins and jumps. Yaaaaaay, Neil’s back!!!

-Robert did an impression of Sonya!! Awesome!!!! I laughed so hard. And I loved that Sonya called Adechike on calling himself an underdog – though, she did it in a positive way. ๐Ÿ™‚

-At the end, Mia leaned over and whispered in Nigel’s ear. Wonder what she was saying? It almost looked like she was kissing him. Lol.

-It’s weird that the judges/Cat didn’t address Kathryn and Mark at all, but then they did address the rest of the All-Stars. It’s like the new director, Nikki Parsons, called down from the control booth and said, “Guys, it feels/looks weird when you completely ignore the All-Stars. Talk to them, let them talk.” And it was a good thing when they did.

-I would’ve loved to have seen how the contestants/All-Stars were chosen for which choreographers/routines. I would’ve much rathered seen that or rehearsal footage than have the judges/choreographers say a single word about the routines. Why say anything when they’re not judging?

-Seriously, we need an entire season of just showcases like this one. It’s like Survivor’s “Fan vs. Favorites,” but eeeeeeven better because it’s about dancers. And it’d give SYTYCD dancers an even larger platform, a longer life on t.v. What do y’all say?

I can’t believe I’m going to attempt this, but I’m gonna do a Meet the Top 11 routine ranking (1 is the best, 7 is the “worst” in my personal opinion):

Meet the Top 11/All-Star Routine Ranking
7. The Nappytabs’ Jose-Twitch-Comfort-Dom routine was probably my least favorite, mostly because of the genre of hip-hop, more than anything else.
6. Despite Pasha’s hard work, Jason’s “Work,” was not as good to me as many of the others.
5. Tyce’s “Sweet Charity” with Alexie, Melinda, Allison and Lauren. So well danced!
4. Loved Sonya’s “Freak,” but it had soooo much competition for my favorite.
3. Travis’s “Paris Is Burning” had so many things to love. It’s a hard call, was almost #2 or even #1. Tomorrow, it may be.
2. Mia’s “Bitter Earth” routine with Ade, Alex and Billy gave me chills.
1. Sorry, but it has to be Wade and Amanda’s full-out group routine “Fame.” Stunning!!!

Alright, a lot of you are probably going to disagree with me. Ready? Set? Go!

June 12, 2010 I Written By

SYTYCD Season 7’s Top 24

SYTYCDism posted a list of the Top 24 contestants. They haven’t been narrowed down to the Top 10 who’ll dance with the All-Stars, but they’re a pretty exciting bunch, as is. It’ll be sad to see any of them go.

Girls:

Alexie Agdeppa (I’m SO excited about this one! Hope she’s Top 10)
[With Pauline Mata!]

Ashley Galvan

Bridget Krouse

Cheryl Smith

Christina Santana

Jacelyn Orle

Katie Muth

Lauren Froderman

Lexie Contursi

Melinda Sullivan

Missy Morelli

Ryan Ramirez
[With Mia Michaels!]

Guys:

Adechike Torbert
-No Video Found-

Adrian Lee

Alex Wong (Yay!)

Anthony Burrell

Anthony Kin

Billy Bell (YAY! Seemed like a given, but you just never know…)
[With Jeanine Mason!]

Chris Koehl

DuJuan “DJ” Smart

Jose “Full Deck” Ruiz

Kent Boyd

Robert Roldan
[Psst! Click through to YouTube – looks like Robert’s danced with a lot of the STYYCD alum already!]

Sergey Onik

What do y’all think of our Season 7 Top 24? Which ones would you most like to see in the Top 10?

April 26, 2010 I Written By

So You Think You Can Dance 2009 Seattle and LA Audition Music

In my ongoing effort to list all of the music from So You Think You Can Dance, I decided to post this early placeholder for people to contribute information on music used for the Seattle and LA Auditions of So You Think You Can Dance.

I’m on the west coast, so I’ll be posting the information once it shows on the west coast, but feel free to leave a comment if you figure out any of the music from tonight’s episode of So You Think You Can Dance and I’ll update this post with all the music later tonight.

All the group choreography scenes with Lauren were to the song Nobody Ne-Yo - Year of the Gentleman (Bonus Track Version) - Nobody by Ne-Yo

SYTYCD 2009 LA Audition Day 1 Music
Bianca (tapper who almost made last year’s top 20)

Brynelle and Xavier (brother and sister) danced to “My Heart Still Beats”? by Beyonce?

Debra Lawson (Judaism girl) danced to the song “Breathe Me” Sia - Colour the Small One - Breathe Me by Sia

Suzanne Fernandez (Fairy Medicine dance), John Fleming, Michael Han (too girly) danced to the song “Umbrella” Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded - Umbrella (feat. Jay-Z) by Rihanna

Calico Sequira (lindy hopper, danced with Adam Shankman) danced to the music “Stuff Like That There” Bette Midler - For the Boys (Music from the Motion Picture) - Stuff Like That There by Bette Midler (from the soundtrack of For The Boys)

Adam Shankman got ticket to Las Vegas to the song “It’s Alright, It’s OK” Ashley Tisdale - It's Alright, It's OK - Single - It's Alright, It's OK by Ashley Tisdale

Asuka Kondoh and Ricky Sun danced to the music “Mercy” Duffy - Rockferry - Mercy by Duffy

Vegas montage (no names, but naughty ballerina) to the song โ€œDonโ€™t Let Your Feet Touch Groundโ€ Ash Koley - Don't Let Your Feet Touch Ground - Single - Don't Let Your Feet Touch Ground by Ash Koley

Nathan Trasoras (brother has me dance one more year, 17 year old) danced to the music “Pollen and Salt” Daphne Loves Derby - On the Strength of All Convinced - Pollen and Salt by Daphne Loves Derby

Vegas Montage was to the song “The Fame” Lady GaGa - The Fame - The Fame by Lady GaGa

SYTYCD LA Auditions Day 2 Music
Sammy Ramirez (wrestler)

Stacey House (Girl with stockings, lives on Farm) danced to the music “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)” Eurythmics - Dance Vault Mixes: I've Got a Life - Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) by Eurythmics

Amanda Kerby (Dad with MS) danced to the music “Breathe Me” Sia - Colour the Small One - Breathe Me by Sia

Phillip Chebeeb (straight through to vegas, but danced with Arielle Coker)

Arielle Coker (mother car accident) danced with Phillip Chebeeb to the music “Moonburn” Craig Lyons - On Reflection - Moonburn by Craig Lyons

Alexie Agdeppa danced to the music “Make You Feel My Love” ADELE - 19 - Make You Feel My Love by Adele

Diana Vaden dance to the music “Hurt So Bad” by Kina (on iMeem)

Chanel Smith (faked out ticket to Vegas) danced to the music “Then You Look At Me” Cรฉline Dion - Bicentennial Man - Then You Look At Me by Celine Dion

Kevin Cormier (Shakiro) danced to the music “Magalenha” Sergio Mendes - Brasileiro - Magalenha by Sergio Mendes

SYTYCD 2009 Seattle Audition Music Day 1
Christopher Keller (Argentine Tango gone swing?)

Nick Salzman (“Nick Nasty”, Aspiring Tatoo Artist) danced to the music “Don’t Stop the Rock” Freestyle - Freestyle: The Ultimate Edition - Don't Stop the Rock-Freestylers

Dmitrious Bistrevsky (6 foot 6 B Boy) danced to the music “All About Us” Sonic Syndicate - Only Inhuman - All About Us by Sonic Syndicate

Bad Dancer montage

Kelsea Taylor (45105 funky hair) danced to “Tore My Heart” by Oona and Dave Tweedie (So far I can only find it availableย Download MP3 on PSTYCD or listen on Myspace) Reportedly, the song was originally Habanera Kate Nash - Foundations - EP - Habanera by Kate Nash, but had to be swapped due to copyright issues.

SYTYCD 2009 Seattle Audition Music Day 2
Kuponohiโ€™ipoi Aweau “Pono” (Hawaiian) danced to the music “Wasted Time” Me'Shell Ndegeocello - Bitter - Wasted Time by Meโ€™Shell Ndegeocello

Montage of Good Dancers was to the music D.A.N.C.E. Justice - Cross - D.A.N.C.E. by Justice

Leonid Kynoshov “Wise Leo” (teaches how to create a dating profile) and battles David “Sex” Soller danced a battle to the song โ€œRight Roundโ€ Flo Rida - R.O.O.T.S. (Deluxe Version) - Right Round by Flo Rida

Other SYTYCD Montage Music I Can’t Find When
Heads Will Roll Yeah Yeah Yeahs - It's Blitz! (Deluxe Edition) - Heads Will Roll by Yeah Yeah Yeahs

May 28, 2009 I Written By

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