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You can now enjoy a unique interactive experience on your mobile device or tablet while you’re watching SYTYCD Season 9. Whether watching So You Think You Can Dance LIVE Wednesday’s at 8/7c on FOX or a recorded episode, this “second screen” app synchs with the show and gives you insider tweets, polls, badges and lets you vote for your favorite contestants!

Launch the app and synch to the show on Wednesday’s 8/7c on FOX!

-Earn points as you collect badges, answer polls and share content
-Vote for your favorite contestants
-View insider tweets from cast, judges and contestants real time
-Select your favorite contestant and upload to APP home screen
-View latest photos, clips and much more!

NOTE: THIS APP IS NOT FOR PLAYING FULL EPISODE VIDEO.

 

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Press Call with Amelia, Janelle, and Dareian

Eliminated dancers Dareian, Janelle, Amelia, and Matthew

The morning after their So You Think You Can Dance elimination, Amelia Lowe, Janelle Issis, and Dareian Kujawa hopped on the phone with press to talk about their journey on the show and their plans moving forward. See what they had to say about working with Mia, their future plans, and more.

What was it like working with Mia Michaels?

Amelia – We only had a short time working with her before during the Top 20 group dance. Getting to work with Mia again was great. I’m honored to work with her so closely.

Dareian – She’s so amazing and I’m happy that I got the chance to work with her one-on-one. When she choreographs, her process is so amazing and she really brings something out of you – that fire.

If you could have danced any other Mia routine, which would you pick?

Amelia – I wouldn’t have picked a different one. The one I was given was perfect for me and I felt the most comfortable with it.

Janelle – I wouldn’t change mine either, but I would love to do the butt piece. It looks like so much fun. Dareian and I never really got to play a character.

Dareian – I second Janelle. It would’ve been really fun to do the butt piece. It’s so playful, really physical, and the characters are funny. The be was a really good fit for me though.

If there could be a night dedicated to another So You Think You Can Dance choreographer, who do you think it should be?

Dareian – Travis Wall. Everybody is so amazing, but he’s one of my favorites and I would have wanted to work with him.

Janelle – I agree. Travis Wall has an enormous body of work. It’s amazing to see how far he’s come since he was a contestant on Season 2.

Who were their favorite choreographers to work with?

Amelia – It’s a toss-up because each choreographer is just so different, but one of the funnest was NappyTabs the first week. They’re a riot to be around, but you still get so much work done.

Janelle – It is hard to pick because each choreographer brought something different. Sonya Tayeh and Sean Cheesman each went for blood with us. Pasha was funny to work with. Mia was a lot of fun, and it was a little surprising because we were a little afraid of her.

Dareian – When I went into the show I thought of it not as a competition but as an opportunity to grow as a person and dancer. I worked really hard to get something out of each choreographer. Sonya kicks your butt and her work ethic is amazing. Pasha’s style is so amazing and he’s such a man when he dances so I tried to take that away. NappyTabs is sick; their group number was amazing.

What’s next for the dancers?
Amelia – I’m looking to kind of branch out and go into movies. Acting in film would be exciting for me. When I get home I’m going to enroll in acting classes.

Janelle – So many doors have been opening. The belly dance community is rather large and I love to teach so that’s something I would want to do. Or maybe even have my own belly dancing cooking show, or do some modeling or acting.

Dareian – I am considering moving out to LA now that I’ve been on the show which is a huge advertisement for a dancer. I’ve tried the Vegas scene, but I feel there’s so much more commercial dance in LA. I’d love to do some singing, acting, dancing, and underwear modeling.

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Top 14 Results and Top 10 Week

We said goodbye to Janelle, Dareian, Amelia, and Matthew.

On Wednesday night, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE paid tribute to Emmy Award winner Mia Michaels, with the seven couples performing a selection of her greatest SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE routines. The Top 14 also performed an all-new group routine choreographed by Michaels

After America’s vote was revealed, Matthew Kazmierczak, Dareian Kujawa, George Lawrence II, Lindsay Arnold, Janelle Issis and Amelia Lowe were the three guys and three girls who received the fewest votes. After deliberating, the judges – Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and guest judges Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt (the Ballet Boyz) – saved Lindsay Arnold and George Lawrence II from elimination. Therefore, Matthew Kazmierczak, Dareian Kujawa, Janelle Issis and Amelia Lowe were sent home.

It was also announced that fans can see the Top 10 finalists on tour this fall. The tour kicks off in San Diego, CA, Tuesday, Oct. 23 and tickets go on sale Friday, Aug. 24.  More details can be found here.

Next week, on Wednesday, Aug. 22 at 8/7c, the competition continues on another two-hour show, when the Top 10 finalists – Lindsay Arnold, Witney Carson, Audrey Case, Eliana Girard, Cole Horibe, George Lawrence II, Tiffany Maher, Cyrus Spencer, Will Thomas and Chehon Wespi-Tschopp – will be paired up with All-Star partners. Additionally, French ballet dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied, who is best known for starring in and choreographing “Black Swan,” will guest-judge and the L.A. Dance Project will perform a special routine.

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So You Think You Can Dance Season 9 Tour

Catch the Season 9 dancers on tour!

So You Think You Can Dance’s ninth-season Top 10 finalists will be hitting the road this fall making their way across North America as part of the 2012 live tour, sponsored by Just Dance 4, the world’s No. 1 dance game franchise. The season 9 tour line-up, just revealed on last night’s show, includes the following top 10 finalists: Audrey, Chehon, Cole, Cyrus, Eliana, George, Lindsay, Tiffany, Will, and Witney.

The 30-city tour will kick-off October 23 in San Diego and will conclude on December 5th in Hollywood, FL with tickets for all shows going on sale Friday, August 24 beginning at 10AM.

Fall’s hottest ticket will feature this season’s most popular routines as well as original pieces created specifically for the nationwide tour. 19 Entertainment, dick clark productions, inc., Nigel Lythgoe and AEG Live present to audiences nationwide all the sizzling, one-of-a-kind dance routines they expect from the television show that recently received six Emmy ® nominations including Outstanding Reality-Competition Program and Outstanding Host For A Reality or Reality-Competition Program for Cat Deeley in addition to three Outstanding Choreography nominations.

“Now in its 9th season, I continue to be inspired by the ever-evolving, magnificent talent that is out there. It warms my heart to be able to share our discoveries with the nation,” stated Nigel Lythgoe who is a judge and co-creator of the hit Fox show. “I have every confidence that this year’s top ten will blow you away.”

Tickets are available at dance.aeglive.com and www.axs.com but check your local venue for more information.  Tickets are subject to applicable service charges. Event time and date subject to change.

Use PASSWORD: FOX2012 to get your tickets ahead of time.

           
CITY VENUE SHOW DATE ON-SALE DATE TIME TICKETS
         
San Diego, CA San Diego Civic Theatre Tue., Oct. 23 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Los Angeles, CA Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE Thu., Oct. 25 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Oakland, CA Paramount Theatre Fri., Oct. 26 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre Sun., Oct. 28 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Grand Prairie, TX Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Tue., Oct. 30 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
St. Louis, MO Fabulous Fox Theatre Thu., Nov. 1 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Milwaukee, WI Milwaukee Theatre Fri., Nov. 2 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theatre Sat., Nov. 3 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Rosemont, IL Akoo Theatre (formerly Rosemont Theatre) Mon., Nov. 5 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Toronto, ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts Wed., Nov. 7 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Buffalo, NY Shea’s Performing Arts Center Fri., Nov. 9 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Windsor, ON The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor Sat., Nov. 10 Fri, Aug 24 NOON Tickets
Cleveland, OH State Theater Sun., Nov. 11 Fri, Aug 24 11AM Tickets
New York, NY Beacon Theatre Tue., Nov. 13 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
New York, NY Beacon Theatre Wed., Nov. 14 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Boston, MA Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre Fri., Nov. 16 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Mashantucket, CT The MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino Sat., Nov. 17 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Syracuse, NY Landmark Theatre Sun., Nov. 18 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Albany, NY Palace Theatre Tue., Nov. 20 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Providence, RI Providence Performing Arts Center Wed., Nov. 21 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Atlantic City, NJ Trump Taj Mahal – Mark G. Etess Arena Fri., Nov. 23 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
West Long Branch, NJ The MAC at Monmouth University Sat., Nov. 24 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Pittsburgh, PA The Benedum Center for the Performing Arts Sun., Nov. 25 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Newark, NJ New Jersey Performing Arts Center Tue., Nov. 27 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Baltimore, MD Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric Wed., Nov. 28 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Columbia, SC Township Auditorium Fri., Nov. 30 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Sat., Dec. 1 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Durham, NC Durham Performing Arts Center Sun., Dec. 2 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets
Tampa, FL David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts Tue., Dec. 4 Fri, Aug 24 NOON Tickets
Hollywood, FL Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Wed., Dec. 5 Fri, Aug 24 10AM Tickets

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Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo Welcome Baby Boy

It's a boy for NappyTabs!

So You Think You Can Dance’s Hip Hop choreographers, Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo, welcomed their first child on Friday, August 10. Since their baby boy arrived during the Olympics, they named him London Riley.

According to US Weekly, London arrived at 10:01pm and weighed 7 lbs. 9 oz. and measured 20 inches long. We’re sure London will be dancing his way into our hearts very soon!

The couple will have time to relax with their new boy, as tonight’s SYTYCD is all Contemporary choreography from Mia Michaels.

Congrats, NappyTabs!

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Emily Maynard Says Cheating Rumors Are ‘100% Not True’

“The Bacherlorette” star Emily Maynard and fiancé Jef Holm shot down allegations Emily strayed from the relationship.

“It’s one hundred percent not true,” Maynard told People.com.

The tabloid reports said that last weekend the two had a big fight while they were on vacation with Holm’s family in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and that Holm asked her to leave.

“It’s funny to me,” Holm said. “We were in a gated community in a private home with just my brothers and sisters. It’s just bogus a ‘source’ would [say] we were fighting. None of that is true.”

The couple are now back in Charlotte, where Holm has been searching for a place to live so he can be closer to Emily and her daughter Ricki, 7.

Maynard added, “I have never been more in love or felt more confident about our relationship. We’re so excited about the future and to be back in Charlotte and things are actually happening – looking at places to live and going to school. I’m happier than I’ve ever been.”

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Big Brother Recap: Veto Competition/Ceremony 6

As if Shane’s blindside nominations of Frank and Boogie weren’t enough to send tremors  through the house, Boogies decides to embark on a witch hunt to find out who sold him out.  Shane plays dumb, upsetting at least two people in his alliance. But did Boogie get the answers/results he desired? And did either he or Frank save themselves by winning the power of veto? Let’s find out….


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