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So You Think You Can Dance season 11←So You Think You Can Dance season 10 So You Think You Can Dance season 12→
So You Think You Can Dance season 11 episodes list:
So You Think You Can Dance soars into its 11th season this May with a two-hour premiere event showcasing America's most talented dancers during the audition rounds. In Season 11, producers travel across the country in search of dancers who represent the best America has to offer. Those who shine during auditions will be given a ticket to callbacks in Los Angeles, where they work with top choreographers to learn and then be judged on multiple styles of dance. Some dancers wow the judges, while others leave them speechless. See who struts into the judges' hearts and who trips up.
The search for "America's Favorite Dancer" continues tonight when So You Think You Can Dance heads to Chicago and Los Angeles. Watch what happens when the most gifted dancers – skilled in a variety of dance styles, including jazz and krumping – all compete for a prized spot on the live shows in Los Angeles.
The third round of auditions features dancers in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Christina Applegate is the guest judge in Los Angeles, while Billy Porter and Misty Copeland share the honor in Philadelphia.
Hopefuls perform for the judges in Atlanta; guest judges Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Charles "Lil Buck" Riley.
The contestants go to Pasadena, Cal., for callbacks to compete for a spot in the Top 20. The guest judges are Stephen "tWitch" Boss, Irina Dvorovenko, Tara Lipinski, and Adam Shankman.
The Top 20 dancers perform live. Jason Derulo is a guest judge, and also performs "Wiggle" with Snoop Dogg.
The Top 20 dancers perform for a second time, but two contestants are eliminated.
The Top 18 dancers perform, but two contestants are eliminated. Ballerina Misty Copeland is the guest judge. A Great Big World performs "Say Something."
The Top 16 dancers perform, but two contestants are eliminated. Misty Copeland is the guest judge. Lucy Hale performs "Lie a Little Better."
The Top 14 dancers perform, but four contestants are eliminated instead of just 2. Christina Applegate is the guest judge and Academy of Villains performs.
The Top 10 dancers perform with all-stars from previous seasons. Tara Lipinski is a guest judge. Christina Perri performs "Burning Gold."
The Top 8 dancers perform with all-stars from previous seasons. Each pair dances to a Michael Jackson song, including the new release, "A Place With No Name." Jenna Dewan Tatum is the guest judge. The dance crew Control Freakz performs.
The Top 6 dancers perform with all-stars from previous seasons, but two more contestants are eliminated; guest judge Christina Applegate; Rixton performs “Me and My Broken Heart.”
The four finalists perform one last time, each paired with an all-star partner and also each other in the hope to be named America's Favorite Dancer next week; guest judge Jesse Tyler Ferguson; Jason Mraz performs.
The winner is announced; guest judges Tara Lipinski, Adam Shankman, Jenna Dewan Tatum, and Debbie Allen; Enrique Iglesias and Sean Paul perform.