We’re almost to the end of another season of SYTYCD, who are you rooting for in the finale?
This was the episode I’ve been waiting for all season, readers. I cheered, I cried, I want to be a badass ballerina when I grow up.
It was a swinging good time during last week’s episode of SYTYCD. Join me after the cut for all the details.
Last Wednesday’s SYTYCD was a tribute to Mama Mia Michaels, with dancers performing many of her classic routines, and four more dancers were sent home. Needless to say, it made me feel feelings.
A week late and dollar short, I’m here to entertain you all with my sparkling commentary on the best dance show on television, So You Think You Can Dance. Last week’s episode was filled with highs and lows, and the wrong f’ing person went home.
I’d like to start this recap with a plea to the producers of So You Think You Can Dance. In my success fantasies, they totally read my blog.
In this week’s episode of our beloved SYTYCD, lots of dancers danced and Tyce choreographed two routines I didn’t hate. It’s a jazz hands miracle.
I sat down with some tres leche cake and a glass of vanilla lemonade, ready to enjoy a brand new episode of SYTYCD. Much to my surprise, but not really surprising since I live under a rock, it was not on this week.
My favorite part of summer, other than $1 ice cream cones from McDonalds, is So You Think You Can Dance. I’ve been a fan since the first season, when I was first acquainted with the concept of very attractive Eastern European ballroom dancers.
I know I can’t be the only one addicted to So You Think You Can Dance. I’ve been a faithful viewer since season 1, before the age of Cat “Give That Woman an Emmy” Deeley. I’m enjoying this season so far, minus Iveta being robbed (ROBBED!) and my beloved Alexander not living up to expectations.
Summer television isn’t known for its quality. Personally, whenever the regular season ends, that’s when I usher in the Era of the DVD/Netflix, at least until the fall. But when I look over the summer lineup, I see so much missed opportunity for fresh, innovative television ““ simply by smashing two shows together, one can […]