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So You Think You Can Dance on FOX - Official Site

So You Think You Can Dance on FOX - Official Site
Returning for its landmark 10th season, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE debuts with a two-night premiere Tuesday, May 14 at 8/7c and Wednesday, May 15 at 9/8c on FOX. The Emmy Award-nominated hit dance competition series will feature host Cat Deeley (@catdeeley) and resident judges Nigel Lythgoe (@dizzyfeet) and Mary Murphy (@hottamaletrain), as well as guest judges, including Minnie Driver, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Wayne Brady, All-Star Stephen “tWitch” Boss and Adam Shankman, among others, at auditions in Austin, Boston, Detroit, Memphis and Los Angeles. Each show will again feature breathtaking performances, as well as suspenseful eliminations, as the contestants compete to be named America's Favorite Dancers. In Season 10, producers travel across the country in search of dancers who represent the best America has to offer.

So You Think You Can Dance - Music, Videos, News and Gossip tatoos Sonya Tayeh Tayeh grew up in Detroit, Michigan and was a house dancer during her teenage years. She did not start any formal dance training until she was 18 and a student at Wayne State University. After graduating in 2002, she moved to California and ran a dance company in San Francisco where she developed her own style of choreography called combat jazz. In 2007, she was discovered by a talent agent from McDonald Selznick Associates who saw a performance she choreographed for The Carnival: Choreographer’s Ball. Three months after being signed, she booked a job on So You Think You Can Dance. Life and career[edit] Early life and education[edit] Tayeh was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in Detroit, Michigan. During her time at Wayne State, Tayeh drew on dance history, anatomy, and performance to develop a style that is built on core strength, aggressive partner interaction, and quirky, stylized movements.[7] Tayeh graduated Wayne State in 2002 with a bachelor's degree in Dance.[8] Teaching[edit]

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