“SYTYCD” Week 4: High 10 Revealed!


We’ve formally made it previous the audition spherical on this season of “So You Suppose You Can Dance,” however that doesn’t imply that the exhausting half is over. The 35 dancers who made it by auditions now needed to face the true check: the choreography spherical. 

And whereas, sometimes, this spherical may have gone on for various days to whittle the teams down, all the things is totally different this yr. Allison Holker revealed that this season the choreography spherical would final solely at some point, and would see 35 flip into 10!

So in case you missed final night time’s episode, we’re right here to recap all the very best dancing, and the drama, plus which 10 gifted dancers made it to the following spherical.

First Reduce: From 35 to 16

For the choreography spherical, the judges had been joined by iconic L.A. choreographer Galen Hooks, who has beforehand labored with the likes of Justin Bieber, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, and Jennifer Lopez. For the primary spherical of cuts, Galen led the dancers by an intense jazz routine. 

The dancers started to carry out in teams of 5, and it was rapidly clear that the judges weren’t taking part in. From the primary 5, just one dancer made it by: Easton Magliarditi—a standout from the primary day of auditions. 

From the second group, Easton was joined by Ali Deucher and Mariyah Hawkins, together with Julian Carmolinga, and Roman Nevinchanyi. From the third group, Madison Rogue Alvarado and Olivia Alboher moved ahead alongside Anthony Curley, who decide Maksim mentioned already seemed like a “front-runner.” Within the fourth group, Dakayla Wilson, Avery Homosexual, and Braylon Browner made it by. The ultimate group struggled a bit, and solely Jaylin Sanders and Andrew Park went by and had been warned by the judges to not disappoint within the duets. 

Second Reduce: From 16 to the Remaining 10

After the primary lower, it was time for some teamwork, and the judges had the possibility to see the dancers carry out in pairs. Galen tells Cat Deeley that this is a chance for the dancers to indicate “all the things they’ll do” (our favourite type of choreo). 

After the primary two pairs carried out for the judges, Maksim Chmerkovskiy spoke up, saying he was feeling pissed off that there wasn’t sufficient accomplice work, leading to an absence of emotional connection between the dancers. However Allison disagreed, saying the dancers “smashed it.”

The second and third teams fared effectively, although the judges did voice some issues that it appeared the choreography didn’t come fairly as naturally to Jaylin, who had admitted within the first spherical that he was battling not having educated as extensively in jazz or up to date. Within the remaining group, it was Roman who appeared to have hassle, with Allison saying he wasn’t as “stable” as she had hoped for.

As soon as all 16 dancers had the possibility to carry out, it was time for deliberations. Cat known as within the first eight dancers to listen to their outcomes, and it was a landslide—all eight had been heading by to the highest 10. 

However in case your math isn’t mathing, meaning solely two of the dancers from the second group have a spot within the remaining 10. Ouch. In the long run, solely Jaylin and Avery make it by, and it’s an emotional, tear-filled second. 

And with that, we’ve got our high 10: Olivia, Madison, Braylon, Anthony, Avery, Mariyah, Easton, Roman, Jaylin, and Dakayla.

However on this season of “SYTYCD” there’s all the time one other twist, and, on this case, there have been really two. First, it was introduced that for the primary time ever, all 10 dancers won’t solely be dancing collectively but in addition be residing collectively as they undergo the competitors. 

The ultimate twist? The judges might be joined on the desk by “Dance Mothers” and “Dancing with the Stars” alum Jojo Siwa. So strap in, people, we’re fairly certain this season goes to be a loopy one. 

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