So You Think You Can Dance (UK series 2)

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So You Think You Can Dance
Broadcast from 26 March 2011 – 11 June 2011
Judges Nigel Lythgoe
Arlene Phillips
Louise Redknapp
Sisco Gomez
Alexandra Burke (Auditions)
John Barrowman (Week 6)
Host(s) Cat Deeley
Broadcaster BBC
Winner:
Matt Flint
Origin Scarborough
Chronology
2011  

The second series of So You Think You Can Dance began on 26 March 2011 and ended on 11 June 2011. Tapper Matt Flint took first place and the title "Britain's Favourite Dancer", as well as a prize package including £50,000 and a trip to Hollywood, where he performed in the U.S. series finale.

Auditions[edit]

The show hosted auditions in Manchester on 17 October 2010, Glasgow on 19 October 2010 and London on 21 and 22 of October, according to the BBC website, contestants could also audition in Cardiff and Belfast.[1]

Judging Panel[edit]

Sisco Gomez, Louise Redknapp, Nigel Lythgoe and Arlene Phillips all returned to the judging panel for series two. Singer and The X Factor winner Alexandra Burke appeared as a guest judge during the audition stages. Singer and actor John Barrowman appeared as a guest judge during week six of the live shows, in place of Lythgoe.

Finals[edit]

Top 20 dancers[edit]

Male contestants[edit]

Finalist Age Home town Dance Style Eliminated
Matt Flint 29 Scarborough Tap Winner
Luke Jackson 30 Leicester Jazz Runner-up
Lee Bridgman 21 Plymouth Jazz 4 June 2011
Israel Donowa 18 London Hip-Hop 28 May 2011
Tom Shilcock 23 Leicester Tap 21 May 2011
Lee Crowley 20 Cwmbran, Torfaen B-boy 14 May 2011
Shane Collard 24 Perth, Australia Contemporary
Charlie Wheeller 19 Southampton B-Boy/Contortion 7 May 2011
Gian Luca Loddo 32 Sardinia, Italy Contemporary 30 April 2011
Ryan Jenkins 28 Isle of Wight Contemporary 23 April 2011

Female contestants[edit]

Finalist Age Home Town Dance Style Eliminated
Kirsty Swain 29 Sutton, London Jazz 3rd Place[2]
Katie Love 24 Worcester Contemporary 4th Place [2]
Bethany Rose Harrison 20 Devon Jazz 4 June 2011
Charlotte Scally 19 Watford, Hertfordshire Jazz 28 May 2011
Katrina Lyndon 20 Plymouth Ballet 21 May 2011
Danielle Cato 24 Farnborough, Hampshire Contemporary 14 May 2011
Rithiely "Rithy" Pereira 19 Sao Paulo, Brazil Hip-hop
Alice Woodhouse 23 Lancaster Contemporary 7 May 2011
Stephanie Powell 27 Poole, Dorset Latin 30 April 2011
Paige Smith 18 Wolverhampton Disco 23 April 2011

Elimination chart[edit]

Key
Male Contestant Female Contestant Bottom Group Eliminated
Date: 23/4 30/4 7/5 14/5 21/5 28/5 4/6 11/6
Contestant Results
Top 4 Matt Flint Winner
Luke Jackson Btm 3 Btm 4 Runner-Up
Kirsty Swain 3rd Place [2]
Katie Love Btm 3 Btm 4 4th Place [2]
Top 6 Lee Bridgman Btm 4 Elim
Bethany Rose Harrison Btm 2 Btm 4
Top 8 Israel Donowa Btm 2 Elim
Charlotte Scally
Top 10 Tom Shilcock Elim
Katrina Lyndon
Top 14 Lee Crowley Elim
Danielle Cato
Shane Collard Btm 2 Btm 2 Elim
Rithiely Pereira Btm 2 Btm 2
Top 16 Charlie Wheeller Elim
Alice Woodhouse
Top 18 Gian Luca Loddo Btm 2 Elim
Stephanie Powell Btm 2
Top 20 Ryan Jenkins Elim
Paige Smith

Performance nights[edit]

Week 1 (16 April 2011)[edit]

  • Group dances:
Group Style Music Choreographer(s)
Bethany Rose Harrison
Katie Love
Luke Jackson
Shane Collard
Jazz "Bring Me To Life"—Evanescence Paul Domaine
Charlie Wheeller
Israel Donowa
Lee Crowley
Rithy Pereira
Hip-Hop The Archers theme tune mix
"It's Like That"—Run-D.M.C. vs. Jason Nevins
Kate Prince
Tommy Franzen
Danielle Cato
Gian Luca Loddo
Katrina Lyndon
Stephanie Powell
Contemporary "Bridge Over Troubled Water"—Andrea Bocelli Mandy Moore
Charlotte Scally
Lee Bridgman
Matt Flint
Paige Smith
Tom Shilcock
Broadway "The Tap Combination/"I Can Do That" from A Chorus Line
"Anything Goes" from Anything Goes
Karen Bruce
Alice Woodhouse
Kirsty Swain
Ryan Jenkins
Contemporary "Crazy"—Alice Russell Sarah Boulter

Top 20: "Don't Stop The Music"—Rihanna (Jazz; Choreographer: Mandy Moore)
Top 10 Boys: "It's A Man's Man's Man's World"—James Brown (Contemporary; Choreographer: Sarah Boulter)
Top 10 Girls: "Fighter"—Christina Aguilera" (Lyrical jazz; Choreographer: Kevan Allen)

  • No eliminations were scheduled for this week.

Week 2 (23 April 2011)[edit]

Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Stephanie Powell
Ryan Jenkins
Commercial "On the Floor"—Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull Paul Domaine Jenkins eliminated
Charlotte Scally
Matt Flint
Foxtrot "The Way You Look Tonight"—Maroon 5 Chris & Jaci Safe
Katie Love
Lee Crowley
Lyrical Hip-Hop "Starry Eyed"—Ellie Goulding Kate Prince Safe
Rithiely 'Rithy' Pereira
Shane Collard
Broadway "Sparkling Diamonds"—Nicole Kidman Karen Bruce Safe
Alice Woodhouse
Charlie Wheeller
Contemporary "Amazed"—Lonestar Mandy Moore Safe
Paige Smith
Gian Luca Loddo
Jazz "Forget You"—Cee Lo Green Mandy Moore Smith eliminated
Danielle Cato
Luke Jackson
Samba "Livin' la Vida Loca"—Ricky Martin Chris & Jaci Safe
Katrina Lyndon
Tom Shilcock
Hip-Hop "The Time (Dirty Bit)"—The Black Eyed Peas Simeon Qsyea Safe
Kirsty Swain
Lee Bridgman
Contemporary "Turning Tables"—Adele Sarah Boulter Safe
Bethany Rose Harrison
Israel Donowa
Disco "One Night Only"—Dreamgirls Karen Bruce Safe
Dancer Style Music Result
Stephanie Powell Samba "Conga"—Gloria Estefan Safe
Ryan Jenkins Contemporary "Shake Your Groove Thing"—Peaches and Herb Eliminated
Paige Smith Disco "Firework"—Katy Perry Eliminated
Gian Luca Loddo Contemporary "Lacrimosa" from Mozart's Requiem in D Minor Safe
  • Eliminated:
    • Ryan Jenkins
    • Paige Smith
  • New partners:
    • Stephanie Powell and Gian Luca Loddo

Week 3 (30 April 2011)[edit]

Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Charlotte Scally
Matt Flint
Jazz RelaxFrankie Goes to Hollywood Mandy Moore Safe
Katie Love
Lee Crowley
Contemporary Try Sleeping with a Broken HeartAlicia Keys Katrin Hall Safe
Kirsty Swain
Lee Bridgman
Bollywood Hindi Sad DiamondsNicole Kidman Ash Mukherjee Safe
Bethany Rose Harrison
Israel Donowa
Hip-Hop OMGUsher feat. will.i.am Simeon Qsyea Safe
Stephanie Powell
Gian Luca Loddo
Cha-Cha-Cha When I Grow UpThe Pussycat Dolls Katya Virshilas Both Eliminated
Katrina Lyndon
Tom Shilcock
Broadway Footloose— from Footloose Karen Bruce Safe
Alice Woodhouse
Charlie Wheeller
American Smooth Waltz Three Times A LadyCommodores Katya Virshilas Safe
Rithiely 'Rithy' Pereira
Shane Collard
Hip-Hop Turkish MarchMozart Supple Bottom 2
Danielle Cato
Luke Jackson
Commercial Mamma Knows BestJessie J Sean Cheesman Safe
Dancer Style Music Result
Stephanie Powell Jive Proud MaryTina Turner Eliminated
Gian Luca Loddo Contemporary Kissing YouDes'ree Eliminated
Rithiely 'Rithy' Pereira Hip-Hop Hold It Against MeBritney Spears Safe
Shane Collard Contemporary Seven Nation ArmyThe White Stripes Safe
  • Eliminated:
    • Stephanie Powell
    • Gian Luca Loddo

Week 4 (7 May 2011)[edit]

Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Danielle Cato
Luke Jackson
Paso Doble "Tetsujin" - Juno Reactor vs Don Davis Karen Hardy Safe
Bethany Rose Harrison
Israel Donowa
Contemporary "Someone Like You" - Adele Javier De Frutos Safe
Alice Woodhouse
Charlie Wheeller
Hip-Hop "Power" - Kanye West Kenrick Sandy Both eliminated
Katie Love
Lee Crowley
Jazz "Tilt Ya Head Back" - Nelly feat. Christina Aguilera Sean Cheesman Safe
Katrina Lyndon
Tom Shilcock
Quickstep "Let Me Entertain You" - Robbie Williams Karen Hardy Safe
Kirsty Swain
Lee Bridgman
Lyrical hip hop "Just the Way You Are" - Bruno Mars Simeon Qsyea Safe
Rithiely 'Rithy' Pereira
Shane Collard
Commercial "Slow" - Kylie Minogue Sean Cheesman Bottom 2
Charlotte Scally
Matt Flint
Broadway "Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)" - Louis Prima Bill Deamer Safe
Dancer Style Music Result
Rithy Pereira Hip hop "Cosmic Love" - Florence and the Machine Safe
Shane Collard Contemporary "Red" - Daniel Merriweather Safe
Alice Woodhouse Contemporary "Hurt" - Christina Aguilera Eliminated
Charlie Wheeller Contortion break dance "Kickstarts" (Dubstep Remix) - Example Eliminated
  • Eliminated:
    • Alice Woodhouse
    • Charlie Wheeller

Week 5 (14 May 2011)[edit]

Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Charlotte Scally
Matt Flint
Lindy Hop "Shout And Feel It"-Count Basie Ryan Francois Safe
Danielle Cato
Luke Jackson
Lyrical hip hop "Impossible"-Shontelle Kenrick Cato eliminated
Bethany Rose Harrison
Israel Donowa
Commercial "Hide U"-Kosheen Sean Cheesman Safe
Rithiely 'Rithy' Pereira
Shane Collard
Contemporary Theme from "Titanic" Tyce Diorio Both eliminated
Katie Love
Lee Crowley
Broadway "The Lady is a Tramp"-The cast of 'Glee' Karen Bruce Crowley eliminated
Katrina Lyndon
Tom Shilcock
Hip hop "Yeah 3x"-Chris Brown Supple Safe
Kirsty Swain
Lee Bridgman
Argentine Tango "Libertango"-Astor Piazzolla Miriam Larici & Leonardo Barrionuevo Safe
Dancer Style Music Result
Katie Love Contemporary "Take It All" - Adele Safe
Luke Jackson Contemporary "Written in the Stars" - Tinie Tempah Safe
Rithy Pereira Hip hop "Telephone" - Lady Gaga and Beyoncé Eliminated
Danielle Cato Contemporary "Cry Me a River" - Michael Bublé Eliminated
Shane Collard Contemporary "Are You The One?" - The Presets Eliminated
Lee Crowley B-boy "Frisky" - Tinie Tempah Eliminated
  • Eliminated:
    • Danielle Cato
    • Shane Collard
    • Lee Crowley
    • Rithy Pereira

Week 6 (21 May 2011)[edit]

  • Group dance (Top 10): "Work" - Kelly Rowland (Commercial; Choreographer: Beth Honan)
  • Couple dances:
Couple Style(s) Music Choreographer(s) Result
Katrina Lyndon
Tom Shilcock
Salsa "Ran Kan Kan" - Tito Puente Chris & Jaci Both eliminated
Jazz "Summertime" - Sylvester Tyce Diorio
Bethany Rose Harrison
Israel Donowa
Lyrical Hip-Hop "Love the Way You Lie" - Rihanna Kate Prince Bottom 2
Charleston "Shake that Thing" - Vince Giordano and The Nighthawks Ryan Francois
Charlotte Scally
Matt Flint
Disco "You Should Be Dancing" - from Saturday Night Fever Karen Bruce Safe
Contemporary "Wild Horses" - Charlotte Martin Tyce Diorio
Kirsty Swain
Lee Bridgman
Broadway "Aquarius" - Sasha Allen Tribe from Hair Tyce Diorio Safe
Hip Hop "Pass Out" - Tinie Tempah Kenrick
Katie Love
Luke Jackson
Commercial "Who's That Chick?" - David Guetta ft. Rihanna Mandy Moore Safe
Viennese Waltz "She's Always a Woman" - Billy Joel Artem Chigvintsev
Dancer Style Music Result
Katrina Lyndon Ballet "Don Quixote Act 1, Quiteria's Variation" - Sofia National Opera Orchestra Eliminated
Tom Shilcock Tap "Rockin' Robin" - Michael Jackson Eliminated
Bethany Rose Harrison Jazz "She Wants To Move" - N.E.R.D. Safe
Israel Donowa Hip hop "Show Me Love" - Steve Angello and Laidback Luke feat. Robin S. Safe
  • Eliminated:
    • Katrina Lyndon
    • Tom Shilcock

Week 7 (28 May 2011)[edit]

Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Katie Love
Israel Donowa
Broadway "Roxie" - Renée Zellweger from 'Chicago' Tyce Diorio Love safe
Donowa eliminated
Charlotte Scally
Lee Bridgman
Contemporary "Unchained Melody" - Righteous Brothers Mandy Moore Scally eliminated
Bridgman bottom 4
Bethany Rose Harrison
Luke Jackson
Hip hop "Let You Go" - Chase & Status ft. Mali Simeon Qysea Harrison bottom 4
Jackson safe
Kirsty Swain
Matt Flint
Rumba Liberian Girl" - Michael Jackson Chris & Jaci Both safe
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music Result
Bethany Rose Harrison Jazz "Fix You" - Coldplay Bottom 4
Luke Jackson Contemporary "Supermassive Black Hole" - Muse Safe
Kirsty Swain Jazz "Candyman" - Christina Aguilera Safe
Matt Flint Tap "I Wish" - Stevie Wonder Safe
Katie Love Contemporary "Seduces Me" - Celine Dion Safe
Israel Donowa Hip hop "Move (If You Wanna)" - Mims Eliminated
Charlotte Scally Jazz "Don't Stop Me Now" - Queen Eliminated
Lee Bridgman Jazz "Fashion" - David Bowie Bottom 4
Dancer Style Music Result
Bethany Rose Jazz "Layla" - Derek & the Dominos Safe
Israel Donowa Hip Hop "I'll Die" - Floetry Eliminated
Charlotte Scally Jazz "Listen" - Beyoncé Eliminated
Lee Bridgman Jazz "Whole Lotta Love" - Led Zeppelin Safe
  • Eliminated:
    • Charlotte Scally
    • Israel Donowa

Week 8 (4 June 2011)[edit]

  • Group dances:
    • Top 6: "Yes" - Merry Clayton (TBA; Choreographer: TBA)
    • Girls: "The Rose" - Bette Midler (Contemporary; Choreographer: Mandy Moore)
    • Boys: "He's a Pirate" from 'Pirates of the Caribbean' (Paso Doble; Choreographer: Katya Virshilas)
  • Couple dances:
Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Bethany Rose Harrison
Lee Bridgman
Cha-Cha-Cha "Judas" - Lady Gaga Artem Chigvintsev
Both eliminated
Katie Love
Matt Flint
Contemporary "Total Eclipse of the Heart" - Bonnie Tyler Mandy Moore Love bottom 4
Flint safe
Kirsty Swain
Luke Jackson
Broadway "Varsity Drag" - Ann Morrison Bill Deamer Swain safe
Jackson bottom 4
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music Result
Kirsty Swain Jazz "Feeling Good" - Nina Simone Safe
Luke Jackson Contemporary "The Flood" - Take That Bottom 4
Bethany Rose Harrison Jazz "Beautiful Disaster" - Kelly Clarkson Eliminated
Lee Bridgman Jazz "So Whatcha Want" - Beastie Boys Eliminated
Katie Love Contemporary "Stairway to Heaven" - Mary J. Blige Bottom 4
Matt Flint Tap "Butterfly" - Jason Mraz Safe
  • Group dance: "Proud Mary" - The cast of 'Glee' (Broadway; Choreographer: Bill Deamer)
  • Musical guest: "Still Got Tonight" - Matthew Morrison
  • Bottom 4 Solos:
Dancer Style Music Result
Katie Love Contemporary "Then You Look At Me" - Celine Dion Safe
Luke Jackson Contemporary "I'm Not Alone" - Calvin Harris Safe
Bethany Rose Harrison Jazz "Man in the Mirror" - Michael Jackson Eliminated
Lee Bridgman Jazz "Army Of Me" - Björk Eliminated
  • Eliminated:
    • Bethany Rose Harrison
    • Lee Bridgman

Week 9 (Finale) (11 June 2011)[edit]

Couple Style Music Choreographer(s)
Matt Flint
Katie Love
Jazz "Heads Will Roll" - Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mandy Moore
Kirsty Swain
Luke Jackson
Contemporary "Nothing Compares 2 U" - Sinéad O'Connor Javier De Frutos
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music
Kate Love Contemporary "Run" - Leona Lewis
Matt Flint Tap "Ain't Got No, I Got Life" - Nina Simone
Kirsty Swain Jazz "I'm a Slave 4 U" - Britney Spears
Luke Jackson Contemporary "Love Don't Let Me Go (Walking Away)" - David Guetta
  • Couples dance 2:
Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Katie Love
Luke Jackson
Tango "I've Seen That Face Before (Libertango)" - Grace Jones Artem Chigvintsev Love Fourth [2]
Jackson runner-up
Kirsty Swain
Matt Flint
Foxtrot "Heaven" (Yanou's Candlelight Mix) - DJ Sammy Katya Virshilas Swain Third[2]
Flint winner
  • Eliminated:
    • Katie Love
    • Kirsty Swain
  • Runner-Up:
    • Luke Jackson
  • Winner:
    • Matt Flint

Ratings[edit]

Overnight ratings are taken from Digital Spy and official ratings are taken from BARB.

Show Date Overnight ratings
(millions)
Share Official ratings
(millions)[3]
Source
Auditions 1 26 March 4.87 22.6% 5.06 [4]
Auditions 2 2 April 3.81 20.7% [5]
Auditions 3 9 April 3.43 20.1% [6]
Showcase Special 16 April 3.63 18.0% [7]
Live Show 1 23 April 3.56 19.8% 3.81 [8]
Results 1 2.98 13.8%
Live Show 2 30 April 3.06 16.7% [9]
Results 2 3.15 13.9%
Live Show 3 7 May 3.47 17.0% [10]
Results 3 3.28 14.2%
Live Show 4 14 May 2.71 16.2% [11]
Results 4 3.06 14.2%
Live Show 5 21 May 2.59 16.9% [12]
Results 5 2.94 15.2%
Live Show 6 28 May 2.59 15.7% [13]
Results 6 2.42 10.8%
Live Show 7 4 June 2.23 13.3% [14]
Results 7 2.22 9.7%
The Final 11 June 3.45 18.1% [15]
The Final Results 3.39 16.9% 3.65
Series average 2011
"—" denotes where information is currently unavailable

References[edit]

  1. ^ "So You Think You Can Dance". BBC. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f Published Tuesday, 30 October 2012, 15:54 GMT (2012-10-30). "BBC admits error in So You Think You Can Dance Rankings". BBC. Retrieved 2012-10-31. 
  3. ^ "BARB". BARB. 2012-07-15. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  4. ^ Published Sunday, 27 March 2011, 16:10 BST (2011-03-27). "BBC One's 'SYTYCD' premieres low - So You Think You Can Dance News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  5. ^ Published Sunday, 3 April 2011, 17:16 BST (2011-04-03). "'So You Think You Can Dance' slumps to 3.8m - So You Think You Can Dance News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  6. ^ Published Sunday, 10 April 2011, 11:12 BST (2011-04-10). "'Mamma Mia!' a sound success for ITV1 - TV News". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  7. ^ Published Sunday, 17 April 2011, 09:54 BST (2011-04-17). "Revamped 'Britain's Got Talent' dazzles 10.4m - Britain's Got Talent News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  8. ^ Published Sunday, 24 April 2011, 10:34 BST (2011-04-24). "New 'Doctor Who' kicks off with 6.5m - Doctor Who News - Cult". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  9. ^ Published Sunday, 1 May 2011, 17:55 BST (2011-05-01). "'Doctor Who' audience slips to 5.4m - Doctor Who News - Cult". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  10. ^ Published Sunday, 8 May 2011, 14:05 BST (2011-05-08). "'Britain's Got Talent' soars past 10 million - Britain's Got Talent News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  11. ^ Published Sunday, 15 May 2011, 12:36 BST (2011-05-15). "Eurovision TV ratings reach 11-year high - TV News". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  12. ^ Published Sunday, 22 May 2011, 13:59 BST (2011-05-22). "'Sing If You Can' beats 'SYTYCD' - So You Think You Can Dance News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  13. ^ Published Sunday, 29 May 2011, 14:19 BST (2011-05-29). "Champions League final scores strong ratings - TV News". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  14. ^ Published Sunday, 5 June 2011, 14:00 BST (2011-06-05). "'Britain's Got Talent' final grabs 12.5m - Britain's Got Talent News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 
  15. ^ Published Sunday, 12 June 2011, 17:45 BST (2011-06-12). "'So You Think You Can Dance' final seen by 3.5m - So You Think You Can Dance News - Reality TV". Digital Spy. Retrieved 2012-07-26. 

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