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In the summer of 2005, the reality television show So You Think You Can Dance aired on the Fox network. The show's creators are the same team that brought American Idol to the television screens of millions of viewers.
The first season's host was Lauren S
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The Top 16 dancers perform in front of a live audience. Who will be eliminated?
The Top 18 dancers perform in front of a live audience. Who will be eliminated?
The Top 20 dancers perform in the first Live Show. Who will be eliminated?
The Top 20 dancers are revealed.
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Summer isn't exactly a television fanatic's golden time, but FOX has a few treats in store despite scaling back a returning hit. "So You Think You Can Dance" kicks off its ninth season with a two-hour Thursday May 24 premiere, but it's boldly going to a place many fellow prime time competitions don't: one fewer night per week. Judge, creator and executive producer Nigel Lythgoe announced the news this past January that the "American Idol" for fancy footwork will eschew its weekly result show.
Say buh-bye to the "So You Think You Can Dance" results show: Fox has pulled the plug in favor of other programming, meaning the reality competition will have to change format in order to conduct business as usual. Find out more about the changes right here.
While Lady Gaga's 80's-business-woman/solider outfit was interesting on last night's "So You Think You Can Dance," it was her reaction to Marko Germar's stunning performance that has people talking today. Set to the gorgeous Jeff Buckley tune "I Know It's Over," the dance was designed to atone for a past Germar wasn't especially proud of, and it brought Lady Gaga to the point of overflowing tears. Watch the performance here.
The Gagafication of all things pop culture continues: Lady Gaga has appeared on "American Idol," Weird Al parodied her, and "Glee" devoted an entire episode to all things Gaga. Her next stop, according to Nigel Lythgoe, is to guest judge on "So You Think You Can Dance."
With "So You Think You Can Dance" switching over to live episodes this week, they needed a big advertising push to get people to tune in, and a regular billboard wasn't going to cut it. So they decided to go with a live billboard instead. Driving down Sunset Blvd. yesterday afternoon, you would have been able to look up and see a group of dancers performing in front of a billboard, placed on a rooftop above the street.