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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
Mia Michaels
Adam Shankman
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
Web fox.com/dance
Airs 8p Wed & Thurs, FOX
Available In High-Definition Where AvailableStreaming Online

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Auditions: NYC/Miami (or "Freezing Tomatoes Again?!")
May 27

Everybody's favorite summer show had to go for it this fall, and the gamble didn't pay off. That was in the past. It's time to go into summer. "So You Think You Can Dance" season 7 is now official. This year, we've added some alumni to help join them and we have a top 10 instead of 20. That way, it'll make them learn something because of the fall season. With Mia Michaels replacing Mary Murphy on the judging team, it's time to go to New York City for the start of auditions. And here...we....GO!


Sarah Brinson kicked the season off into high gear with a contemporary routine. Nigel was thinking Charlize Theron for looks alone, but it looks like Vegas for all 3 judges. Next in line was Giselle & Henry from "Burn The Floor." Damian Whitewood was in it. They'll do the same as they went to Vegas. Last season, Teddy Tedholm had the golfer pants and nothing else. This year, he came back with a vengeance after a slow showing in Vegas, and he'll come back for some more revenge.

Round 2 has some cuts including Chris "Isolock" Dixon who lacked the judges with his style, Wadi Jones doing a little hip-hop for us, and Megan Carter, but Edward Spots came back with vim & vigor and got through after a nice round 2 showing. With some going to vegas, others didn't go. That includes Mike Perlman, the 1-2-3 Party! guy, who got 1-2-3-pinned, Scott Vogel, who needs to go back to CSI after that awful line dance and Jamie Greco, a cross-dresser who....I don't know. On to Miami!


The good stuff included Michael Petr, a Latin dancer who fired up and went to Vegas, and Tyrell Rogue, who grew up in a tough neighborhood with a hip-hop routine. He brought it tough and he's going to Vegas. Henry Rivera was nervous, but shook it off and did his own routine that got Sonya Tayeh hungry for it. On to Vegas, you hot dancer. Daria Kopylova danced ballroom....with her dad. uh....no. Ami Aguilar-Riley zipped through to round 2 and Vegas despite the fact her moves were too acrobatic, but she flew in with flying colors. Candace Craig did a mix of jazz and Burlesque, but in round 2, a sports bra didn't work. Later, Candace. Last up was Jose Ruiz, who was inspired by Legacy. Despite any unknown moves in round 2, they took him to Vegas anyway. Should've gotten cut.

With more going to Vegas, we end the show. Tune in again as we go on the road to more auditions and more dancing. Goodnight America!

To see this episode in its entirety, go to www.fox.com/dance.