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Fox is staging the ultimate dance battle with $250,000 on the line. Who'll get served, and who'll be the last dancer standing?

Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN

Host Cat Deeley
Judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy
Announcer Mark Thompson
Creator Simon Fuller & Nigel Lythgoe
EP Barry Adelman, Simon Fuller, Nigel Lythgoe
Packager 19 TV & dick clark productions
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Airs 8p Weds & Thus, FOX
Available In High-Definition Where Available

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Vegas Callbacks (or "One Passes, and the Other Just Fails")
June 3

The day has arrived. A bunch of dancers fly out to Vegas for the callbacks. It gets a little harder, but the cut can get easier. So let's be like Dusty Rhodes and get Duh-ty with it.

One-hundred seventy-two come here to face the nasty 2 and their band of thieves including Debbie Allen. Here's Alex Wong from Miami doing a solo, and before you know it, 45 dancers get cut out. Tabitha & Napoleon choreograph a hip-hop routine and then.....37 get cut! Ninety-seven remain.


It begins with ballroom. Jean-Marc Genereaux teaches the gang a waltz, and only 16 get pinned. Jazz by Sonya Tayeh is up ahead, and Natalie gets ousted for the 2nd time. Brandon from the Denver auditions is still alive. Gabi is faltering at the bit, and the judges ask her to dance for her life. They did thanks to her. After having a poor showing in the jazz section, they stay up all night for another group routine.


Mia Michaels does a contemporary piece and now it's down to 54. Tyce Diorio goes for a Broadway routine and the girls go first. They'll do West Side Story for both genders. After the guys danced, 16 remain. But with all this, the night is over. Tune in again to see who'll make the top 20. It'll be one step closer to determining America's favorite dancer. Good night.

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