This week (July 27) So you think you can dance will bring back the Top six to dance again. But this week, TWO competitors will leave the competition. The six dancers will perform two performances as a trio, plus a solo in front of the judges Lea Remini, tic and JoJo Siwain addition to the studio audience, determines who stays and who goes home.
This week’s choreographers are…
According to journalist Kristyn Burttthis week’s choreographers include: Mel Charlot (Masked Singer, I Can See Your Voice, Award Shows. lots of hip-hop on its reel), Jonathan Redavid (SYTYCD, Masked Singer, DWTS Live, a bunch of pop stars, Contemporary and Jazz Reel), Chase Haley Bowden (shot with Derek Hough, danced on The Voice, competed on World of Dance) and Dominique Kelley (tap and jazz dancerchoreographed SYTYCD, DWTS, I Can See Your Voice, Masked Singer, American Music Awards).
According to the publicity photos of FOX, the candidates are divided all women / men, then in mixed groups. The FOX site does not list dance styles.
- Gasoline, Ralyn and Alexis
- Keaton, Carter and Beau
- Beau, Carter and Ralyn
- Alexis, Keaton and Essence
SYTYCD Calendar 2022
Only three episodes left! The text comes from official FOX press releases. Eliminations seem to go: six/4 or 3/2 (I say maybe 3, because only 3 stars are listed for The Final Cut)
- Wednesday, July 27 – Head 2 Head – After avoiding elimination last week, the Top Six once again take to the stage to impress the judges and the voting audience, dancing three performances each – trios and solos – and the dreaded eliminations are back
- Wednesday August 3 – The final cut – The remaining contestants took to the stage performing two unique numbers before heading to the finale, first dancing together in pairs, then paired with one of the series’ beloved All-Stars: Kiki Nyemchek, Audrey case Where Robert Green. Find out who will advance to the season finale
- Wednesday August 10 – Final – The final two contestants compete to impress the judges and the voting public one last time before the winner is crowned. The two finalists must dance five performances each, before the audience decides who topped the other and wins the title and $100,000.