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SYTYCDC Top 16 Results Show Music

I apologize for being a little behind. I forgot to post this last week and so I’ll post it now since someone was looking for it. I’ll try to be better about posting it from now on.

Group dance: “Malagenha” Salsa Rosso - The Guitar Collection - Flamenco - Malaguena—Sergio Mendes (African/Brazilian; Choreographer: Jean-Marc Généreux)

Solo Music:
Jenna-Lynn Higgins: “I Gotta Feeling” Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies) - I Gotta Feeling—The Black Eyed Peas
Amy Gardner: “Yummy” Gwen Stefani - The Sweet Escape - Yummy—Gwen Stefani
Melanie Mah: “A Little More of You” Ashley Chambliss - Nakedsongs - A Little More of You—Ashley Chambliss
Nicolas Bégin: “Pavlo Style”—Pavlo
Vincent Desjardins: “She’s So Fine”—Jackie Wilson
Cody Bonnell: “Love Struck” V Factory - Love Struck - Single - Love Struck—VFactory

Eliminated:
Jenna-Lynn Higgins
Nicolas Bégin

September 15, 2009 I Written By

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

SYTYCDC 2 Top 16 Performance Music Review

Hi guys. This is a new segment devoted to the music used on the show. I know we’ve posted up the song titles but we haven’t really got in depth as to how the music contributes (or not) to the choreography and how important the music is to So You Think You Can Dance Canada. I am going to go one-by-one through each of the routines and comment on the music used. This is for all you huge music lovers out there. 🙂

Kim & Emanuel – Jazz
Ciara ft. Justin Timberlake – Love, Sex, & Magic Ciara - Love Sex Magic (feat. Justin Timberlake) - Single - Love Sex Magic
Wow! Let me just start by saying – what an exhilarating piece. Blake was right when he said it was going to be sexy and hard-hitting. I felt the boom’s and the ka’s and the sha’s – they were all hit in the right place. I love that Blake actually incorporated magic into the number. Since the song’s debut, it has been a song used in dances related to sexiness and just showing off what you got. It has got a nice, steady jazzy beat, perfect for the dance style. Also, the lyrics are quite simple – they are enough to show what the song is talking about – and it isn’t that hard to figure out. My favourite part was when Emanuel had to lick Kim’s boots when the song was actually talking about boots! It surely got the crowd going – perfect for an opening number. Ciara herself is a great performer. I loved that they used this song for a jazz routine but I can also see it used as a hip hop routine, as Ciara is an R&B singer.

Amy & Vincent – Hip Hop
Black Eyed Peas – Boom Boom Pow Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies) - Boom Boom Pow
Personally, I am not a huge fan of BEP’s newest album, The E.N.D. Their older songs like “Where Is The Love?”, “Don’t Phunk With My Heart”, & “Dum Diddley” were used greatly on past SYTYCD America seasons. The BEP seem to be a big hit with SYTYCD. However, their new songs have a good beat but I don’t think they are as developed and mature as I’ve seen their music in the past. Now it all seems to be about making singles or “great” tracks with great beats. If you turn off the music and just watch them two dance, the whole thing seems a bit mediocre, and a little childish. Amy also seems to be hitting the moves harder than Vincent, but still not as hard as I’d like them to hit it. The music really helps a lot.

Corynne & Austin – Contemporary
The Fray – Never Say Never The Fray - The Fray - Never Say Never
I am going to be a little biased here because I absolutely LOVE this song and The Fray. I do feel like this is the perfect song to be used for the piece. It always gets me during the “Don’t let me go, don’t let me go…” chorus because the repetition and emphasis is just so powerful – especially when the story of the piece actually relates to the lyrics. I must say – it somewhat disappointed me. There did not seem to be enough synchronization, fluidity and chemistry that I’d like to have seen. Corynne’s expression also seemed very forced and fake. The song calls for a mellow and desperate mood, but due to the dancers’ expressions and the choreography, I don’t think the song’s melody and tempo was used to it’s full potential. However, it was still very good.

Melanie & Cody – Mambo
Michi Sarmiento – Suena Ahora Michi Sarmiento - Salsa Latin Party, Vol. 1 - Suena Ahora
This was a good song to use for the beach setting. However, I don’t think it had enough energy to carry off the repetitive and very juvenile choreography that was set for the two. Quite frankly, I thought this was the weakest of the performances that night, as much as I LOVE this duo. For the music, I would’ve used something funkier and something with more personality. “Jungle Drum” by Emiliana Torrini seems like a good song. It may not be your typical mambo music but it does have some tropical feel to it.

TJ & Everett – Quickstep
Hot Rolls Ragtime Band – Chicago Overture
Why have they been given 3 ballroom dances in a row?! I am surprised that they haven’t been in the bottom 3 couples yet! I have a feeling that Tara-Jean will go far, but that’s beside the point. Anyway, I was surprised when they said the song was originally used for a certain brutal violent time that happened in Chicago in the past? The song was just so uplifting. The repeated Charleston’s that they did actually fit the trumpets in the song. Not a huge fan, but it fit well, I guess.

Jayme Rae & Daniel – Hip Hop
Ciara – Pucker Up Ciara - Fantasy Ride (Deluxe Version) - Pucker Up
I don’t know this song very well but I feel like the choreography was pretty funky, just like the song. I actually would’ve preferred “Sweet Dreams” by Beyoncé in one of their hip hop dances. Sweet Dreams just has such a catchy upbeat rhythm and intense vocals. It drives your soul, literally. This was danced and choreography actually more fluid than I would’ve preferred it. Using Sweet Dreams would’ve fit it more, and the tempo and beat also seems to fit too.

Jenna Lynn & Nicolas – Hustle
Jamiroquai – Canned Heat Jamiroquai - Center Stage - Canned Heat
When I imagined a one last dance for the end of the world, this is actually a song I would love to dance to. It fit the style and it fit the mood. More importantly, the choreography fit well with the song altogether. One of the songs that was better used.

Natalie & Danny – Rhumba
Perez Prado – Historia de un Amor Perez Prado Orchestra - King of Mambo - Historia de un Amor
You lost me here. Was I supposed to believe that they were in love since the song is called “History of a Loved One”? It seemed like two nervous dancers forced to dance the rhumba to me! It was not passionate and it seemed like Danny wanted to eat Natalie. Anyway, enough with the dancers themselves. If this was supposed to be a dance of love and that rhumba is considered the “ballet of ballroom”, should it not be more technical, precise, elegant, and slower? I am not a huge expert on rhumba, but this to me looked so much better and had much better music than the one they used.

From the time Natalie started doing her little wiggles on stage, I was wondering…corny. When they broke apart from each other back-to-back and the beat started coming in, it did not seem to follow the music at all. The song’s cymbals and horns were also just so annoying. 🙁

There’s my first ever take on the show’s music! What did you think of the music used?

September 11, 2009 I Written By

So You Think You Can Dance Canada – Top 16 Results Show

So my Power Rankings were not as accurate as last week. I only got 1/3 correct. [Last Week I got 3/3 correct woo!]

The opening group routine was raw and rough. They danced to “Magalenha” (Sergio Mendes) I liked the routine overall though there were a few dancers who were off….

Results

Tara-Jean & Everett (Who I placed 6th (Bottom 3) in my Power Rankings) were safe.

Kim & Emanuel (Who I placed 4th in my Power Rankings) were safe.

Jenna-Lynn & Nicholas (Who I placed 7th (Bottom 3) in my Power Rankings) were NOT safe.

Natalie & Danny (Who I placed 8th (Bottom 3) in my Power Rankings) were safe.

Amy & Vincent (Who I placed 2nd in my Power Rankings) were NOT safe [This was a shocker for me]

Jayme Rae & Daniel (Who I placed 1st in my Power Rankings) were safe.

Melanie & Cody (Who I placed 5th in my Power Rankings) were NOT safe. [This was a HUGE shock for me! They were an early fave for me]

Corynne & Austin (Who I placed 3rd in my Power Rankings) were safe.

Solo’s

Jenna-Lynn – Had a fall, seemed frantic, didn’t bring anything really new or amazing to the stage this time… you could see the discouragement in her face… she knew she was going home.

Amy – Very sexy and upbeat, I enjoyed it a lot

Melanie – beautiful, this girl is amazing and I was glad we got to see her do a solo

Nicholas – unique music for a B.Boy. I enjoyed it a lot.

Vincent – fun and upbeat, enjoyed his kicks and choreo

Cody – He just makes me smile…. I adore him and his dance was cute and quirky

Good-Bye

Jenna-Lynn & Nicholas went home.

I was not surprised by Jenna-Lynn (I predicted she would go home this week.) and of the three boys, Nicholas was the one to go… though I really was shocked by the Bottom 3… as I said, I only predicted ONE of those 3 couples to be in the bottom 3… it was very shocking.

September 9, 2009 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 www.mandysmind.com

Power Rankings – So You Think You Can Dance Canada – Top 16

Last Week’s Power Rankings were fairly accurate. I called the bottom 3. It is hard to predict exactly who will go home until you see their solo’s, however, as we get to know each dancer I think we can also guess how their solo’s will be.

So this week for the So you think you can dance canada top 16 I will do my power rankings and see if I can get it right.

I am not a dancing expert but I enjoy watching and will base my Power Rankings on what I saw, heard and felt about each couple’s routine.

1. Jayme Rae & Daniel
Hip Hop with Luther
“Pucker Up” Ciara - Fantasy Ride (Deluxe Version) - Pucker Up – Ciara

This was my favourite routine of the night. Luther’s choreo to the song, combined with Jayme Rae and Daniel’s performance… it was just awesome for me. Amazing dancing, creative floor work, sexy moves and I had goosebumps. What more does it take to stay on top?

2. Amy & Vincent
Hip Hop with Flii Stylez
“Boom Boom Pow” Black Eyed Peas - The E.N.D. (The Energy Never Dies) - Boom Boom Pow – Black Eyed Peas

Maybe I just favour hip hop and urban dance but this routine rocked it. I thought he hit harder than she did but together they entertained me.

3. Corynne & Austin
Contemporary with Stacey Tookey
“Never Say Never” The Fray - The Fray - Never Say Never – The Fray

I am not usually an Austin fan, though I do like Corynne, but this routine was great. It was pretty and it gave me goosebumps. Stacey Tookey is amazing, Corynne and Austin danced it wonderfully and even though I am not an Austin fan, I have to say he had me tonight.

4. Kim & Emanuel
Jazz Funk with Blake McGrath
“Love, Sex, Magic” Ciara - Fantasy Ride (Deluxe Version) - Love Sex Magic (feat. Justin Timberlake) – Justin Timberlake/Ciara

This was hot, sexy, cool. Blake is a god. I felt they danced it a little slow and would hav elike dto see it a little harder but the licking, biting, stripping was all sexy. Usually I’d put Blake’s routines higher, but I felt Emanuel and Kim could have done better, not that they did badly, I jsut prefered a few other routines.

5. Melanie & Cody
Mambo with Gustavo Vargas
“Suena Ahora” Michi Sarmiento - Salsa Latin Party, Vol. 1 - Suena Ahora – Michi Sarmiento

I love Melanie and Cody. I’d always put them in my Top 3…. but this week I was disappointed with the routine. Maybe because it’s a style I am less familiar with, but it felt a little bit confusing and while it was cute and fun, it seemed too laid back to me.

——————- BOTTOM 3 PREDICTIONS ——————-

6. Tara-Jean & Everett
Quick Step with Pierre Allaire
Chicago Overture” Various Artists - Chicago - The Musical - Overture – Hotrolls Ragtime Band

I hate to put TJ and Everett in Bottom 3 because I am a huge fan of them both, but it just didn’t do it for me tonight. It felt Cheesey and though I enjoyed the lifts and flips and spins, I wasn’t enjoying it as much as I wanted to. I predict they will make bottom 3 but will move on after amazing solo’s (I hope!)

7. Nicholas & Jenna Lynn
Hustle with Benji Schwimmer
“Canned Heat” Jamiroquai - Center Stage - Canned Heat – Jamiroquai

I love Benji and I was so glad to see him choreo. Loved his difficult moves and high energy. I also love the song and the energy it emotes but …. I don’t think they will get the votes to stay out of the Bottom 3 again. We will see. If I am right and they are Bottom 3 I think Jenna will go home. She does great passionate solo’s but how many times can you do a solo before it just gets old?

8. Natalie & Danny
Rhumba with Gustavo Vargas
“Historia de un amor” Pérez Prado - Il Vero, Unico, Grande Perez Prado - Historia de un Amor – Perez Prado

This routine fell short for me. I know it isn’t the style they know and I realize it was not danced badly, but it’s Top 16 and even if everyone was great they’d still have to cut someone. I think these two will make Bottom 3 and perhaps Danny will go home due ot his “lack of confidence”

I have no clue at this point… but those are my predictions and Power Rankings. If my Bottom 3 are right I would predict Jenna Lynn and Danny going home – but I could be way off even on my Bottom 3 Couples…

What do you think?

September 8, 2009 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 www.mandysmind.com

So You Think You Can Dance Canada Season 2

I’ve been meaning to do a little update post for those that are interested in SYTYCD Canada. The good news is that there’s a blog just like this one that is covering So You Think You Can Dance Canada. Check it out and start sharing in the fun.

Tonight was the SYTYCD Canada top 18 performance show and we have a nice recap, getting to know the top 18 and the SYTYCD Canada top 18 music.

Yes, I know that many of you are in the US, but where possible we’ll be posting the So You Think You Can Dance Canada videos for everyone to enjoy.

There’s no doubt when you watch SYTYCD Canada that Canada can definitely dance even if Leah Miller can’t host.

September 1, 2009 I Written By

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

So You Think You Can Dance Canada Top 18 Music

Time again for the list of music from So You Think You Can Dance Canada’s top 18. Also, take a look at a short recap of the SYTYCD Canada top 18 and highlights of the SYTYCD Canada top 18. Here’s a link to also find all the previous SYTYCD Canada music.

Melanie Mah and Cody Bonnell danced Krump to the song “Buck n’ Roll”—Tha J-Squad choreographed by Lil’ C
Tara-Jean Popowich and Everett Smith danced Salsa to the song “Ana Pa Mi Tambor” La Excelencia - Mi Tumbao Social - Aña Pa' Mi Tambor—La Excelencia choreographed by Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin
Kim Gingras and Emanuel Sandhu danced Theatre to the song “Maybe This Time” Connie Fisher - Favourite Things - Maybe This Time—Connie Fisher choreographed by Sean Cheesman
Amy Gardner and Vincent Desjardins danced Contemporary to the song “When You Say My Name” Mario Spinetti - [1/1] - When You Say My Name—Mario Spinetti choreographed by Blake McGrath
Jayme Rae Dailey and Daniel Dory danced Dancehall to the song “So Fine” Sean Paul - Imperial Blaze (Deluxe Version) - So Fine—Sean Paul choreographed by Jae Blaze
Corynne Barron and Anthony Grafton danced Paso Doble to the song “Fuego” Bond - Explosive - The Best of Bond (Bonus Track) - Fuego—Bond choreographed by Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin
Jenna Lynn Higgins and Nicolas Bégin danced Hip-hop to the song “Blast Off” G. Dep, Loon, Mark Curry & P. Diddy & The Bad Boy Family - The Saga Continues... - Blast Off—P Diddy ft. Mark Curry, G. Dep, Loon choreographed by Sho-Tyme
Natalie Lyons and Danny Lawn danced Jazz to the song “Please Don’t Leave Me” P!nk - Funhouse (Deluxe Version) - Please Don't Leave Me—Pink choreographed by Melissa Williams
Melanie Buttarazzi and Austin Di Iulio danced Smooth Waltz to the song Nights in White Satin Il Divo - Siempre - Nights In White Satin (Notte di Luce)—Il Divo choreographed by Danny Quilliam

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So You Think You Can Dance Canada Eh?

I’m not sure how many of you got a chance to watch So You Think You Can Dance Canada last year, but it was awesome. Yes, Canada can definitely dance. Well, the season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada starts today and thanks to some of the Canadian readers of Pure SYTYCD, I’ve decided to launch a blog dedicated to SYTYCD Canada (https://www.puresytycd.com/canada).

Most of the writing on the SYTYCD Canada blog is currently going to be done by Mandy and Max, but I’m sure I’ll hop in on occasion as well. If you’re interested in participating on that blog let us know on the contact us page. We could probably use another voice or two on that blog.

Now, check out some of the posts they’ve already done about SYTYCDC:
So You Think You Can Dance Eh? – I love Eh. It’s so Canadian, eh?
Looking Back at Season 1 of SYTYCDC – A nice quick look at the quality of dance on SYTYCDC. They’re going to be doing a lot more of these posts.
SYTYCD Canada Dancers Getting Smarter and More Versatile – Same is true for the US SYTYCD.
3 Exciting Things About the Return of SYTYCD Canada – I’m good with 1 and 3, but 2 I’m not as excited about.
3 Worst Things about the Return of SYTYCD Canada – They’re jealous of Cat, and they should be.

Of course, we’ll also be sticking with our staple of listing all of the music from So You Think You Can Dance Canada similar to how we’ve done the music for So You Think You Can Dance US.

August 11, 2009 I Written By

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Music from the Finale of So You Think You Can Dance Canada

It took me a little while to go back to the So You Think You Can Dance Canada music archives and find all the songs from the finale of So You Think You Can Dance Canada. However, I think I’ve got all of the songs from the finals listed below. Let me know if something is missing or if something isn’t quite right with the music. Make sure you go back and check out all the past So You Think You Can Dance Canada music.

Luther Brown choreographed a top 20 group hip-hop routine to “Get Up” by 50 Cent
50 Cent - Get Up - Single - Get Up
Get Up – Music Video
Natalli and Nico danced to the choreography of Melissa Williams in a disco number from the Top 6 performance show to the song “Knock on Wood”—Amii Stewart
Zoom Karaoke - Disco Superhits 2 - Knock On Wood (Karaoke Version In the Style of 'Amii Stewart')
Danny and Allie danced a mambo from the Top 18 show which was choreographed by Melanie LaPatin and Tony Meredith to the song Mambo Gozon—Tito Puente
Tito Puente - The Very Best of Tito Puente - "King of Kings" - Mambo Gozón
Miles and Lisa danced Blake McGrath’s contemporary piece from the Top 6 show (Blake dedicated this dance to his grandmother and had a huge mirror set center stage) to the song “The Face”—RyanDan
RyanDan - RyanDan - The Face
Melissa Williams’ theater number was danced by Nico and Arassay during the Top 18 week to the song Somebody to Love—Queen
Queen - Queen: Greatest Hits I & II - Somebody to Love
Queen - Greatest Video Clips 1 - Somebody to Love – Music Video
On the first top 20 episode Allie and Danny danced a Melissa Williams jive to the song Rock This Town sung by Stray Cats
Stray Cats - Stray Cats: Greatest Hits - Rock This Town
Rock This Town – Music Video
From the Top 16 show Lisa and Vincent danced Sean Cheesman’s Afro-jazz number to the song Hlohonolofatsa—Soweto Gospel Choir
Soweto Gospel Choir - African Spirit - Hlohonolofatsa
From the Top 12 week Natalli and Francis danced a salsa by choreographer Gustavo Vargas to the song “Hasta Que Se Rompa el Cuero” – Sonora Carruseles
Sonora Carruseles - De Colombia Para el Mundo - Hasta Que Se Rompa el Cuero
Lisa and Vincent danced to the very first house number during the Top 12 week to the song 100% Pure Love—Crystal Waters
Crystal Waters - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Crystal Waters - 100% Pure Love
100% Pure Love – Music Video
Lil “C” ‘s Krump was danced by Miles and Lara originally performed during the Top 16 week to the song Tiny Ram Antem—Tha J-Squad

From the Top 8 show Natalli and Vincent danced choreographer Stacey Tookey’s contemporary piece to the song “Happy Ending”—Mika
MIKA - Life In Cartoon Motion - Happy Ending
Happy Ending – Music Video
Luther Brown’s hip-hop choreography was danced by Allie and Izaak from the Top 6 show to the song “Tell Me”—Diddy feat. Christina Aguilera
Diddy featuring Christina Aguilera - Press Play - Tell Me
Nico and Arassay danced Paul Becker’s jazz from the Top 12 week to the song It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World—James Brown
James Brown - 20 All Time Greatest Hits! - It's a Man's Man's Man's World
From the Top 18 week Natalli and Francis performed Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin’s paso doblé to the song España Cañí—Manhattan Pops Orchestra
Manhattan Pops Orchestra - The Glory of Spain - España Cani
Lara and Miles danced Danny Quilliam’s foxtrot the performed originally during the Top 12 performance to the song “Summer Wind”—Michael Bublé
Michael Bublé - Michael Bublé - Summer Wind
From the Top 14 week Blake McGrath choreographed a jazz-funk piece for Kaitlyn and Izaak to the song Breakin’ Dishes—Rihanna
Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad: Reloaded - Breakin' Dishes
From the Top 8 performance week Eric Caty choreographed a samba for Miles and Allie to the song “Aguanite”—Héctor Lavoe
Héctor Lavoe - El Cantante - The Originals - Aguanile
Natalli and Nico danced the quickstep during the Top 6 performance choreographed by Melanie LaPatin and Tony Meredith’s to the song “Swingin’ at the Savoy” – Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88’s
Mitch Woods & His Rocket 88's - Jump for Joy - Swingin' at the Savoy
Top 20 group number inspired by ‘Dirty Dancing’ to the song “Do You Love Me” by The Contours
Contours - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: Motown 1960s, Vol. 1 - Do You Love Me

Click on any of the itunes images above to download the So You Think You Can Dance Canada music on iTunes.

Remember to buy your tickets for the So You Think You Can Dance Canada Tour

December 8, 2008 I Written By

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

So You Think You Can Dance Canada Top 4 Music

I love the finals of So You Think You Can Dance, because you get to see everyone partnered with everyone. Check out the music from the finals:

Allie Bertram, Nico Archambault, Natalli Reznik and Miles Faber danced a Street Jazz to the song “Genesis”—Justice choreographed by Dan Karaty
Justice - Cross - Genesis
Nico Archambault and Natalli Reznik danced a Salsa to the song “La Pelota”—Ray Barretto choreographed by Gustavo Vargas
Ray Barretto - New York City Salsa - La Pelota
Natalli Reznik and Miles Faber danced a Hip Hop to the song “Let’s Get Dirty (I Can’t Get in da Club)”— Redman choreographed by Sho-Tyme
Redman - Malpractice - Let's Get Dirty (I Can't Get in da Club)
Let's Get Dirty (I Can't Get In da Club) – Music Video
Allie Bertramand Nico Archambault danced a Contemporary to the song “Permanent”— David Cook choreographed by Stacey Tookey
David Cook - David Cook - Permanent
Allie Bertram and Miles Faber danced a Theatre to the song “Move (You’re Steppin On My Heart)” (Dreamgirls) – Jennifer Holliday, Loretta Devine, Sheryl Lee Ralph choreographed by Sean Cheeseman
J. Holliday, Loretta Devine & S. Ralph - Dreamgirls - Move (You're Steppin' On My Heart)
Allie Bertram and Natalli Reznik danced a Go-go to the song “Drums a Go-Go” – The Hollywood Persuaders choreographed by Melissa Williams
Hollywood Persuaders - Natural Born Killers - Drums a Go-Go
Nico Archambault and Miles Faber danced a Capoeira to the song “A Amizade/Sacode A Poeira (Coro)” – Mestre Barrao / Axe Capoeira choreographed by Paul Becker
Schoenrock - Sacode a Poeira - EP - Sacode a Poeira

SYTYCDC Solos
Allie Bertram danced a solo to the song “Hide and Seek”—Imogen Heap
Imogen Heap - Speak for Yourself - Hide and Seek
Hide and Seek – Music Video
Miles Faber danced a solo to the song “I Can Make You Dance”—Slick Dogg
D.J. Kool - The Music Ain't Loud Enuff - I Can Make You Dance
Natalli Reznik danced a solo to the song “Spanish Lesson”—Madonna
Madonna - Hard Candy (Deluxe Version) - Spanish Lesson
Nico Archambault danced a solo to the song “Blue Orchid”—The White Stripes
The White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan - Blue Orchid
Blue Orchid – Music Video
Allie Bertram Recap Music was Poker Face by Lady Gaga
Lady GaGa - The Fame - Poker Face
Don’t forget to get your So You Think You Can Dance Canada tour tickets.

December 4, 2008 I Written By

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Week 8 SYTYCDC Results Show Music

Check out the music from the week 8 episode of SYTYCDC. Please also look through the previous So You Think You Can Dance Canada music.

Group dance to the song “Hollaback Girl” Gwen Stefani - Love, Angel, Music, Baby - Hollaback Girl —Gwen Stefani (Step dance was choreographed by Tré Armstrong)

SYTYCDC Solos
Lisa Auguste
Natalli Reznik danced a solo to the song “Tambourine”—Eve Eve - Tambourine - Single - Tambourine
Allie Bertram danced a solo to the song “Runaround Sue”—Dion Dion - Runaround Sue - Runaround Sue
Miles Faber
Izaak Smith danced a solo to the song “Heaven On Their Minds”—Carl Anderson (Jesus Christ Superstar) Carl Anderson - Jesus Christ Superstar - Heaven On Their Minds
Nico Archambault danced a solo to the song “Skip Divided (Mode Selektor Remix)”—Thom Yorke Thom Yorke - And It Rained All Night (Burial Remix) / Skip Divided (Modeselektor Remix) / Analyse (Various Remix) - EP - Skip Divided

Eliminated Dancers:
Lisa Auguste
Izaak Smith

Click on the iTunes images to download the So You Think You Can Dance Canada music.

December 3, 2008 I Written By

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