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So You Think You Can Dance (U.S. TV series) - Wikipedia
Following each duet performance, the week's panel of judges gives critical feedback, often emphasizing the two key areas of technique and performance value. Duets and their accompanying video packets and critiques typically take up the majority of an episode but are often supplemented by solos, group numbers, and occasionally guest dance or musical performances.
Nigel Lythgoe is co-creator of the So You Think You Can Dance franchise, and has been executive producer and permanent member of the judge's panel of the U. In season 1, each week of the competition featured a single episode, with dancers' eliminations pre-recorded the week they occurred and then broadcast at the beginning of the next week's episode. In seasonsthe show's weekly format was split between two episodes, a performance episode, as described above, and a results show which revealed the outcome of the at-home-viewer voting following the performance show of the same week.
More recent seasons have returned to a one-show-per-week format, but with each week's episode typically reflecting the results of voting for the previous week's performances, with these results revealed at the end of the following week's performances. Depending on the stage of the competition, each week may feature eliminations which are based entirely on an at-home viewer vote, or the vote may simply create a group of bottom dancers from which the show's judges will select the final eliminations.
Voting has also varied by season and often within seasons with regard to whether the voter selected individuals or couples.
Following the announcement of their elimination, dancers are typically given a brief send-off via a video montage. Each competitive episode ends with a quick recap of the night's routines accompanied by voting prompts. Episodes typically last around two hours, commercials included.
There has also been variability in how long couples are kept together and how the at-home-viewer votes are balanced against judge decisions, though ultimately at some point in every season, the judges give up their power to save dancers and eliminations are determined exclusively by viewer votes.
The total number of hours shown in a given week during the performance phase of the competition has varied from two to four hours. A season's finale episode is often the most elaborately produced show of a season and features the last performances of the competitors, encore performances of many of the season's most acclaimed routines, guest dancers including returning past season competitors and cast-members from other international versions of the franchisemusical performances, and multiple video packets chronicling the course of the season's events, all culminating in the announcement of the winner of the competition.
They praise the routine for its cuteness and entertainment. Having Anna Kendrick comment that Amy is her favorite dancer on the show. She appeared to be in the bottom 6, and was not saved, so along with Malece MillerAmy had to dance for her life. The judges praise the routine for its wonderful chemistry and grace.
Later on, the judges announced that Amy was safe, eliminating Malece. She was safe this week, and continue in the competition.
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The judges love the routine, complimenting Amy on her energy and smile. Meanwhile, Amy performed a Jazz Contemporary piece with all-star, Travis Wallwho also choreographs a dance. The two had already formed an obvious chemistry, which made the dance sensational. The judges give it a standing ovation, and compliment Amy on how she matured. That one was definitelly a door-opener for me.
It really gave me a chance to see how we work together Also now it makes me want to thank Sonya for pushing me so hard because she was the first one to drill into me that, "You did good; now do better. That was amazing; make it great. I think we both did. At the beginning I didn't know Fik-Shun. We were partnered together, and I was like, "He's a hip-hop dancer. He's never partnered before. But that first piece — I don't know, something happened, he clicked on.
He got everything right away. He wasn't dancing for himself. He was with me. And if that could happen in one week, I was like, "This is going to be a good season with him. Check out their first performance together: That one and the bellhop dance are definitely the most iconic dances for you as partners.
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We got to be serious and we got to be super fun and sexy! What did those bellhop outfits feel like to wear? It was different definitely. It was kind of restrictive at first. But once you kind of get into character, you make it work for you.
It all comes together in the end. It was fun putting it back on again [tonight]. It was like, "Oh, OK let's do this again! It's not really just about the bellhop. It's like -- Fik-Shun: