Last night was huge for Russell Ferguson, who took the title of So You Think You Can Dance champion in the finale this year's competition. Online, "Everything is so perfect right now, I couldn't ask for anything more." His positive reaction to the evening proves he's a good sport -- the contestant took a tumble during the live finale show and had to sit the rest of the night out.
Kathryn started dancing at the age of 3 at her mother's studio, Dance Connection, before moving to Augusta West Studio, where her mother also studied.
It was during her junior year of high school that she finally realized that her dream was to become a professional dancer.
Kent Boyd (S7) and Lauren Froderman (S7) created a prequel to their Collide/prom routine, titled “Collide in 1986.” Check it out!
Also features Caitlynn Lawson (S8), Ricky Jaime (S8), Matthew Kazmierczak (S9), Amy Yakima (S10), Malece Miller (S10), Jasmine Mason (S10).
Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
Enter a word (or two) above and you'll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs.
He was originally a choreographer on SYTYCD Canada.
Cheesman was a figure skater and ice dancer in his youth.
Cheesman was chosen for SYTYCD based on his work from SYTYCD Canada.
Sean Cheesman's choreography is unlike that of any other jazz choreographers on the show.
This is Michaels' first and only season of being a permanent judge.