Live to Dance

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Live to Dance
Live to Dance Logo.png
Official Logo
Genre Reality
Format Dance competition
Presented by Andrew Günsberg
Judges Paula Abdul
Travis Payne
Kimberly Wyatt
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 7
Production
Executive producer(s) Paula Abdul
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Picture format 16:9
Original run January 4, 2011 (2011-01-04) – February 9, 2011 (2011-02-09)
Chronology
Related shows Got to Dance

Live to Dance was a United States television reality program and dance competition on the CBS network. Dancers from all over the country auditioned for Live to Dance in "specially constructed Dance Domes".[1] Resembling the British dance competition series Got to Dance,[2] the show was first shown on January 4, 2011, and was headlined by the American Idol judge Paula Abdul as lead judge with Andrew Günsberg as host. Judging alongside Abdul were Kimberly Wyatt, the former member of Pussycat Dolls, and Michael Jackson's long-time choreographer Travis Payne.[3] The show was intended to rival So You Think You Can Dance and unlike most other reality shows, allowed dancers of all ages to compete.[4] The series was not renewed for a second season.[5]

An Australian version was filmed in 2011.[2]

Auditions[edit]

Auditions were held at Los Angeles and New York City in the Dance Dome.

Top 18[edit]

     Bold Print means that the contestant was chosen by the judges/viewers to compete in the Semi-Finals via the Dance-Off.
Top 18
D'Angelo & Amanda
Bev & Hap
Jalen
The Vibe
Tap Sounds Underground
Jill & Jacob
Kendall Glover
Jittin' Genius
Dax & Sarah
Dance Town Chaos
Du-Shant Stegall
Shore Thing
Roosevelt Anderson
Austen Acevedo
Dance in Flight
Twitch
Chi-Town Finest Breakers
White Tree Fine Art

Dance-Off[edit]

Contestant(s) Result
Kendall Glover Judges' Choice
White Tree Fine Art Viewers' Choice
Theatrix Eliminated
Inside the Box Eliminated

Semi-Finals[edit]

Round 1[edit]

Order Contestant(s) Song(s) performed to Stars Result
Wyatts Abdul Pagne
1 The Vibe "Smooth Criminal" by Michael Jackson
Judges' Choice
2 Jittin' Genius "I Can Transform Ya" by Chris Brown
"Fancy Footwork" by Chromeo
Eliminated
(Viewers' 2nd)
3 Chi-Town Finest Breakers "I Want You Back" by Jackson 5
"The Love You Save" by Jackson 5
"Rappers Delight" by Sugarhill Gang
Eliminated
4 Austen Acevedo "Getting Over You" by David Guetta
Eliminated
5 Bev & Hap "Boom Boom Pow" by The Black Eyed Peas
Eliminated
6 D'Angelo & Amanda "Hip Hip Chin Chin" by Club Des Belugas
"Conga" by Gloria Estefan
Viewers' Choice

Round 2[edit]

Order Contestant(s) Song(s) performed to Stars Result
Kimberly Paula Travis
1 Jalen "U Can't Touch This" by MC Hammer
Eliminated
2 Dance in Flight "The Pink Panther Theme" by Henry Mancini
Eliminated
3 Twitch "Apologize" by OneRepublic
Viewers' Choice
4 Du-Shant Stegall "OMG" by Usher
Eliminated
5 Dax & Sarah "Tu Vuò Fà L'Americano" by Renato Carosone / "We No Speak Americano" by Yolanda Be Cool
Eliminated
6 White Tree Fine Art "Hallelujah" by Alexandra Burke
Judges' Choice

Round 3[edit]

Order Contestant(s) Song(s) performed to Stars Result
Kimberly Paula Travis
1 Dance Town Chaos "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" by Seal
Judges' Choice
2 Jill & Jacob "Save Me" by Nicki Minaj
Eliminated
3 Roosevelt Anderson "Rocketeer" by Far East Movement
Eliminated
4 Tap Sounds Underground
Eliminated
5 Shore Thing
Eliminated
6 Kendall Glover "Firework" by Katy Perry
Viewers' Choice

Finalists[edit]

Contestant(s) # of Gold Stars Result
Twitch 3
White Tree Fine Art 3 TOP 3 FINALIST
The Vibe 2
Kendall Glover 3 Runner-Up
Dance Town Chaos 3
D'Angelo & Amanda 3 Winners

Ratings[edit]

The series premiere was watched by 10.2 million viewers and was the most watched program of January 4, 2011.[6] It additionally managed to pull a 2.4 in the Adults 18-49 demographic.[7] The second episode, which aired in its normal timeslot of Wednesdays at eight p.m., fell hard from those numbers pulling 7.788 million viewers and a 1.8 in the Adults 18-49 demographic.[8]

Episode Date Total Viewers 18-49 Demo
1 January 4, 2011 10.2m 2.4
2 January 5, 2011 7.7m 1.8
3 January 12, 2011 6.15m 1.5
4 January 19, 2011 5.081m 1.0
5 January 26, 2011 4.512m 1.0
6 February 2, 2011 4.749m 0.9
7 February 9, 2011 4.706m 0.9

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