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  • I didn't really count, but for the encores, I believe Kent was in the most, which is a nice honor
  • This really was the best of the two hours

    • by Orrymain
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      This was the big show for season seven’s So You Think You Can Dance. After a two hour performance show last night, this was the two hour results show. I’m not really sure why they feel like they have to do a two hour show, except that they like to have several encore dance routines.

      They had a whopping seven judges at the panel to talk and introduce some of their favorite numbers. One of them was Mary Murphy, the screaming


      hot tamale judge who was essentially replaced this season on the panel by Mia Michaels. Rumor has it Mary could be back on a regular basis next season, but that’s unconfirmed as of now.

      I didn’t really count, but for the encores, I believe Kent was in the most, which is a nice honor. Several of the favorites all danced at least once, though.

      The highlight of the entire show, though, was a surprise guest who shocked everyone by dancing a number with ...


      • Twitch, one of this season’s pros. The routine was the one that popular dancer, Alex, had been injured while practicing. The guest was Ellen DeGeneres, and oh wow, was she great. She actually did a pretty good job in the dance, and dancing beside Twitch has to be intimidating. Alex came out in the end on crutches. This really was the best of the two hours.

        The winner was a bit of a surprise, and yet it wasn’t.

        The top three were Kent, Lauren, and Robert, and when watching the show last night, I just had a hunch because of the intensity of the routines, and the lack of some of the other routines in being substantial, that it might go this way. I said then that I’d be happy with either of the three, and I am, even though it didn’t quite go the way I wanted it to.

        It was an entertaining two hours, but it easily could have been 90 minutes.




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