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"So You Think You Can Dance 2015" has kept viewers amazed and inspired as talented dancers skilled in everything from Hip Hop, Krumping and Popping to Salsa, Quickstep and Jive compete to be named America's Favorite Dancers.

The Emmy Award-nominated hit dance competition series features host Cat Deeley and resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy.

The series returns in the summer of 2015 with a dramatic new twist. Throughout the auditions, the dancers who advance will be placed into two teams: the Stage dancers, featuring those trained in styles such as contemporary, Ballet, Jazz or Tap; and the Street dancers, hopefuls skilled in Hip-Hop, Animation or Breaking. As the auditions continue, the judges, along with each team's All-Star Mentor, will eliminate dancers until only the Top 20 — 10 Street Dancers and 10 Stage Dancers — remain. When the competition goes "live," the Top 20 will be challenged weekly to perform a variety of styles, working with world-renowned choreographers. One dancer from each genre will be eliminated each week leading up to the season finale. Who will win ... a dancer from the stage or the street?

In September 2014, Ricky Ubeda was named the Season 11 winner during the live two-hour season finale. Miami native Ubeda, 18, received the most votes and danced off with the cash prize of $250,000, the cover of Dance Spirit Magazine and the offer of a role in the Broadway revival of "On the Town."



Other past winners include Amy Yakima & Du-Shaunt "Fik-Shun" Stegall, Eliana Girard & Chehon Wespi-Tschopp, Melanie Moore, Lauren Froderman, Russell Ferguson, Jeanine Mason, Joshua Allen, Sabra Johnson, Benji Schwimmer and Nick Lazzarini.

Over the course of its 11 seasons, the series has received 44 Emmy Award nominations and garnered 13 Emmy Award wins, including Outstanding Choreography for Mia Michaels (2011, 2010 and 2007); Napoleon and Tabitha Dumo (2014 and 2011); Tyce Diorio (2009); and Wade Robson (2008 and 2007). The hit series also received awards in the category of Outstanding Costumes in 2014, 2010 and in 2009, as well as awards in Outstanding Lighting Design in 2011 and 2012. The series recently celebrated seven Emmy Award nominations, including repeat nods in the categories of Outstanding Reality — Competition Series and Outstanding Host for Reality or Reality — Competition Series for Cat Deeley. The series won a Teen Choice Award in 2012 for Outstanding Achievement in Reality Programming, a Critics' Choice Television Award in 2012 for the category of Best Reality Series — Competition, and Deeley won the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Reality Show Host in 2012.

"So You Think You Can Dance" was created by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe and is from 19 Entertainment, a division of Core Media Group, and dick clark productions. The series is executive-produced by Fuller; Lythgoe; Allen Shapiro, CEO of dick clark productions; Barry Adelman, Executive Vice President of dick clark productions; James Breen; and Jeff Thacker.




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SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE 2015: FACTS

Network: FOX
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: July 20, 2005
Seasons: 12
Production Companies:
19 Entertainment
Dick Clark Productions





Nigel Lythgoe, Cat Deeley and Mary Murphy in "So You Think You Can Dance 2014" 'So You Think You Can Dance 2015' to Return with New Format — The FOX reality dancing competition series will return in the summer of 2015 with a dramatic new twist, pitting Stage dancers versus Street dancers. Read more...
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jesse says:
who went home tonight ? just got off work and missed it
serge says:
Well What a bad choice from two of the judges Chistina should of staid
sandra says:
so very disappointed with this years shows format. prefer former years,
dlanders says:
My husband and I feel that the judges are not being fair with their comments. They say they are giving critique to help the contestants grow and that is fine if the comments are just that. But when Mia says that the routine was missing Alex and she wanted to see him in the routine that is not helping Adecheke grow. We miss Mary and feel that an ego is very present in Mia and she likes to hear herself talk.
xxx23 says:
I believe that Mia comments regarding Adechike were harsh and unprofessional. Does she have a problem with Afro American men. Last year, she clearly showed great dislike for another Afro American dancer. Cat remarks were great, and I applaud her for taking a stand against such outlandish criticism.

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