The Final Four – So You Think You Can Dance (Season 5)

THE FINAL WEEK. They say first cut is the deepest. I say, it can also be the last one. We say goodbye to Melissa and Ade. Though it was a sad Thursday once again, it is sad to say that we eventually have to select the final four who would compete in next week’s Season Finale as we all find out who is going to be this year’s toughest stand-out dancer.

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Melissa and Ade

  LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, YOUR TOP FOUR VYING FOR THIS YEAR’S AMERICA’S MOST FAVORITE DANCER

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A WELL DESERVED SET OF FINALIST

 Just a quick recap about our final four.

BrandonBRANDON BRYANT

Brandon is a contemporary dancer from Salt Lake City, Utah. After his audition, he impressed Mary Murphy so much that she cried during Vegas Week. He didn’t get that same reaction from Lil’ C and Mia Michaels (Although Lil’ C changed his opinion of him when he appeared as a judge in week 2 and the same with Mia in week 4). He is partnered with salsa dancer Janette. Brandon narrowly missed out on a place in Season 4’s Top 20, losing the final place to Gev Manoukian at the end of Vegas Week.

JeanineJEANINE MASON

Jeanine is an eighteen year old contemporary dancer from Pinecrest, Florida and a recent graduate of the Ransom Everglades School attending UCLA this Fall. She began her dance training in Ballet and Lyrical and then went on to study Jazz, Acrobatics, Hip Hop, Modern and Contemporary. From the top twenty to the top twelve she was partnered with Phillip. For top ten week Jeanine danced a contemporary number with Jason which received standing ovations, the judges said they see her emerging each week as a star, and tonight she was truly exceptional. She was then paired up with Brandon for top eight week where they danced a smooth waltz and a pop jazz routine again receiving positive critique. She was partnered with Ade for the top six week. Jeanine is one of the four finalists of this season.

EvanEVAN KASPRZAK

Evan is a Broadway dancer from Bloomfield, Michigan and currently attends Illinois Wesleyan University. He had auditioned with his brother Ryan and they both made it through Vegas, but Evan was eventually chosen over his brother to compete in the top 20. It has been shown that his brother auditioned for season six and got another ticket to Vegas. He is partnered with Jazz/Contemporary dancer Randi. In 2009, Evan starred in a short film called “After Hours” directed by Jason Eberly and written by Nathan Hartman.

KaylaKAYLA RADOMSKI

Kayla is a Contemporary/Jazz dancer from Aurora, Colorado. She was partnered with latin/ballroom dancer Max before he was eliminated in week 2. So, she became partnered with contemporary dancer Kūpono. Kayla is the only contestant who has been on one of the main judge’s, Mary Murphy’s, “Hot Tamale” train since her first performance. Despite constant praise from the judges, she ended up at the bottom three times.

—————ooxoo–()–ooxoo—————

A dice of routines next week, four fantastic individuals, 2 lovely couples, 1 winner. The biggest question now is…….

WHO WILL IT BE?

Find out….next week!

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