So You Think You Can Dance 100th Episode in Pictures and Videos

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The 100th episode was bittersweet. We could not make a recap of it because we were totally disappointed with how America voted. How can Janette Manrara be eliminated over Melissa Sandvig and Kayla Radomski?! She and Jeanine Mason are the strongest dancers that could possibly win it all. We would have loved to see Janette and Jeanine battle it out in the Top 4… How sad.

Enjoy the photos anyway.

Backstage with SYTYCD staff and cast

Top 8 week and Elimination Recap

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This is a Mia Michaels Contemporary piece done in Season 2 with Travis Wall and Heidi Groskreutz. Watch the Emmy winning performance here.
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Jaimie Goodwin and Hokuto “Hok” Konishi of Season 3, performed Jazz, “The Chairman’s Waltz” from Memoirs of a Geisha, Choreography by: Wade Robson. Watch the Emmy winning performance here.

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Group dance: “One” – A Chorus Line (Contemporary; Choreographer: Mia Michaels), Watch the performance here.

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Ramalama “Zombie” dance from Season 2 with Wade Robson. Watch the performance here.

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Katie Holmes in a so-so taped Broadway performance. Watch it here.

Sneak Peek: Remake of “Fame” Ensemble cast starring SYTYCD 4 Kherington Payne

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The 1980 movie FAME launched a TV show and inspired millions of teens to dream of an arts career. The movie has been remade with a 21st century twist…!

OPENING in theaters September 25th!

Meet the Cast

FAME "Meet the Cast" Exclusive

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Fame’s new faces: Standing, from left: Asher Book, Kay Panabaker, Kherington Payne, Paul McGill, director Kevin Tancharoen, Naturi Naughton, Collins Pennie, and Walter Perez. Seated, from left: Paul Iacono, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, and Kristy Flores. Photographed by Mark Seliger at the Merce Cunningham Studio in New York. Styled By Sam Broekema and Rebecca O’Neill.