Who Got Eliminated in So You Think You Can Dance 6?

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Who is out of the competition?

Check back here every week for the quick results! Performance nights are on Tuesdays and results night follow every Wednesday at 8/7 (central).

Vote for your favorites, every phone call counts… See you again!

jonathanlegacy_perezJonathan Legacy Perez . Eliminated December 9, Top 8

molleegray8Mollee Gray . Eliminated December 9, Top 8

nathantNathan Trasoras . Eliminated December 2, Top 10

noellemarsh10Noelle Marsh . Eliminated December 2, Top 10

victor+smalleyVictor Smalley . Eliminated November 25, Top 12

karen+hauerKaren Hauer . Eliminated November 25, Top 12

huntekevinKevin Hunte . Eliminated November 19, Top 14

cookechanningChanning Cooke . Eliminated November 19, Top 14

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Pauline Mata . Eliminated November 11, Top 16

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Peter Sabasino . Eliminated November 11, Top 16

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Bianca Revels . Eliminated November 3, Top 18

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Phillip Attmore . Eliminated November 3, Top 18

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Ariana Debose . Eliminated October 27, Top 20

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Brandon Dumlao . Eliminated October 27, Top 20

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Billy Bell left the competition after only one performance due to an illness. He was replaced by Brandon Dumlao who was consequently eliminated by a unanimous decision from the judges.

SYTYCD 6 Profile Spotlight on Peter Sabasino

Full Name: Peter Sabasino

Nickname: Kid Amaze…it’s my b-boy name

Specialty: Tap

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

Currently Resides: Philadelphia, PA

Age: 22

Audition City: Boston, MA

Professional work: Featured dancer in Boscov’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2003-2004. Hired dancer for Rohm and Haas award ceremony.

Talents/hobbies: “I can play the drums, I can do a great impression of Kermit the frog, I beatbox, and I love to write.”

Looks up to So You Think You Can Dance alumni: “Brandon (Bryant), because he was a powerhouse.”

Peter Sabasino has been dancing for 16 years and is trained in various dance styles. He has been teaching dance in Philadelphia since 2001 and was a featured dancer in the city’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. His other interests include playing the drums and doing impressions.

How did it feel on the recent day with the press and photo shoot? “I wouldn’t change it for the world.”

Dance Signature move:

A tap dancer, Peter hopes to work closely with one of the judges: “I would really like to see Nigel choreograph a tap routine, because I know he’s a tapper. So, Nigel, if you’re [reading] this, let’s make it happen! Get those Capezios out!” by Korbi Ghosh, Zap2it

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From Fox Dance Profile:

I was born in Philadelphia, P.A., and began dancing at age 4. I went to The Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts, went to college for dance, and own a dance studio in Philadelphia. I’ve trained with Gregory Hines and Savion Glover.

So You Think You can Dance Season 6 Top 20 Finalists Revealed

After thousands of auditions across the country and the Las Vegas callbacks, the judges of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE announced Season Six’s Top 20 finalists. The top girls include Channing Cooke, Ariana Debose, Ashleigh Di Lello, Mollee Gray, Karen Hauer, Noelle Marsh, Pauline Mata, Kathryn McCormick, Bianca Revels and Ellenore Scott; and the top guys are Phillip Attmore, Billy Bell, Ryan Di Lello, Russell Ferguson, Kevin Hunte, Jakob Karr, Legacy Perez, Peter Sabasino, Victor Smalley and Nathan Trasoras.

For the first time ever, the Top 20 dancers will make their debut performances on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: MEET THE TOP 20 airing Monday, Oct. 26 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT). This special episode will showcase each of the dancers in their own style and genre and will feature group numbers choreographed by some of America’s favorite choreographers. Additionally, viewers will get a chance to learn more about the dancers. Then at the end of the hour, judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and Adam Shankman will match the Top 20 with partners for the first performance show airing the following evening.

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The competition begins Tuesday, Oct. 27 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) when the Top 20 dance for the judges and America on the season’s first two-hour performance show. The finalists will work as partners with a world-renowned choreographer on a dance routine chosen at random from a number of dance genres. At the end of the episode, the judges will deliberate and then eliminate the first two dancers from the competition. The following week, on Tuesday, Nov. 3 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), the Top 18 will perform and the judges will send another two dancers home.

On Tuesday, Nov. 10 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT), the Top 16 will take the stage in another two-hour performance show. Beginning this week, after each Tuesday performance show, the phone lines will open and the fate of the finalists – one of whom will be named America’s Favorite Dancer – will be left up to the voting fans. Tune in the following night, Wednesday, Nov. 11 (8:00-9:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) when two finalists are sent home on the first live results show.

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from Fox.com/dance