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Dallas/New York Auditions
Now in its ninth season, the hit show So You Think You Can Dance began with auditions in New York City, one of the world's capitals of dance, then moved on to the cowboy capital of the world, Dallas, for more auditions.
After getting off to a raucous start in New York City and Dallas, So You Think You Can Dance continued its search for America's Favorite Dancers as the show hopefuls auditioned at the Orpheum Theater in Los Angeles.
The quest to find America's Favorite Dancer next came to "Hot-lanta" - Atlanta, Georgia. Last year, So You Think You Can Dance found champion Melanie Moore here. So the contestants and judges had high hopes for the Peach State's most populous city.
Salt Lake City Auditions
Breathtaking beauty, raw power, and awe-inspiring are just some of the way to describe the Salt Lake City scenery - and the many hopefuls living in and around Utah who were waiting for their chance to earn that Golden Ticket to Las Vegas.
The judges have traveled across the country in search of America's favorite dancer. Tens upon thousands of dancin' fools shook their moneymakers for the chance to join the competition. .. show full overview
Meet the Top 20
They've strutted their stuff and experienced an emotional roller coaster ride to get this point. Now the 35 remaining dancers who survived Vegas Callbacks have to walk the Green Mile to .. show full overview
Top 20 Perform
The first official night of Season 9 competition.
Top 20 Perform Again
After competing in an electrifying first live show, the Top 20 performers of Season 9 took to the stage again to dance for their lives and your votes. By the end of the night, we'd find .. show full overview
Top 16 Perform
Last week, the Top 20 dancers were whittled down to 16. On Wednesday night, those 16 competitors did their best to impress, hoping to win over fans and judges before the Top 14 and the .. show full overview
Top 14 Perform
The Top 14 dancers' performances include a tribute to choreographer Mia Michaels, and four finalists are eliminated. Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, choreographers and founders of the modern dance troupe Ballet Boyz, are the guest judges.
10 Perform; 2 Eliminated
The Top 10 dancers perform with All-Stars from previous seasons, and two more are eliminated. Also: a performance by L.A. Dance Project. "Black Swan" choreographer Benjamin Millepied is the guest judge.
Top 8 Perform; 2 Eliminated
The Top 8 dancers perform with All-Stars from previous seasons, and two more are eliminated. Jesse Tyler Ferguson ("Modern Family") is the guest judge.
Top 6 Perform; 2 Eliminated
The Top 6 dancers perform with All-Stars from previous seasons, and two more are eliminated. Christine Applegate is the guest judge.
Top 4 Perform
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Finale: The Winners are Chosen
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