So You Think You Can Dance (U.S. season 11)

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So You Think You Can Dance (U.S. TV series)
Season 11
Broadcast from May 28 – September 3, 2014
Judges Nigel Lythgoe
Mary Murphy
Host(s) Cat Deeley
Broadcaster Fox Broadcasting Company
Venue United States
Website www.fox.com/dance
Winner
Ricky Ubeda
Runner-up
Valerie Rockey
Chronology

So You Think You Can Dance, an American dance competition show, returned for its eleventh season on Wednesday, May 28, 2014.[1] The commission of an eleventh season was first announced by series creator Nigel Lythgoe on the September 10, 2013, telecast of the season 10 finale.[2] The season again features Lythgoe, who also serves as executive producer, and ballroom expert Mary Murphy as the two permanent members of the judge's panel while Cat Deeley continues in her role as host for a tenth consecutive season.

Contemporary dancer Ricky Ubeda won the competition, and his prizes include $250,000, the chance to appear on the cover of Dance Spirit magazine, the offer of a role in the 2014 Broadway revival of the musical On the Town as choreographed by one of this season's guest choreographers, Joshua Bergasse, and the title of America's Favorite Dancer. The runner-up was tap dancer Valerie Rockey. This season saw the show eliminate interactive viewer participation by telephone, with producers preferring to divert weekly voting to the show's website and the network's new proprietary smartphone app, a process that reduced the overall number of votes each participating viewer could cast each week.

Auditions[edit]

Open auditions for season 11 were held in five cities beginning on Jan 13.[3][4]

Air Dates Audition Venue City Audition Date Guest judges
June 18, 2014 Fox Theatre Atlanta, Georgia January 13, 2014 Lil Buck
Jenna Dewan Tatum
June 11, 2014 Merriam Theatre Philadelphia, Pennsylvania January 20, 2014 Misty Copeland
Billy Porter
May 28, 2014 Ernest N. Morial Convention Center New Orleans, Louisiana January 31, 2014 Wayne Brady
May 28, 2014
June 4, 2014
Oriental Theatre Chicago, Illinois February 27, 2014 Jenna Elfman
Fabrice Calmels
June 4, 2014
June 11, 2014
Orpheum Theatre Los Angeles, California March 23, 2014 Christina Applegate

Callbacks[edit]

In a change from the procedure of the previous nine seasons, in which post-open-audition callbacks were held in Las Vegas and referenced collectively as "Vegas Week", season 11's callbacks were held in Los Angeles, with no special nomenclature. A total of 157 dancers began the week by performing a solo; those contestants not cut at this point went on to learn and perform various styles of choreography with cuts being made after every round. At the end of the final round of the week, 44 dancers remained, from which the judges selected a Top 20 to proceed into the performance show stage of the competition.

Judges
Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Adam Shankman, tWitch, Tara Lipinski, Irina Dvorovenko
Task/style Music Choreographer(s) # of contestants participating
Individual solo Various (chosen by contestant) The dancer 157
Hip-Hop "#thatPOWER"—will.i.am Christopher Scott 121
Jazz "F for You"—Disclosure feat. Mary J. Blige Sonya Tayeh 94
Cha-cha "Timber"—Pitbull feat. Kesha Dmitry Chaplin and Anya Garnis 65
Contemporary "Lay Me Down"—Sam Smith Travis Wall 59
Group routines Various (selected at random for each group) The dancers 50
Individual solo Various (chosen by contestant) The dancer 44

Finals[edit]

Top 20 Finalists[edit]

As with most previous seasons of So You Think You Can Dance, ten female contestants and ten male contestants were selected at the end of the callbacks week to proceed into the performance show stage of the competition.[5]

Female Contestants[edit]

Finalist Age Home Town Dance Style Elimination date Placement
Valerie Rockey 20 Indianapolis, Indiana Tap September 3, 2014 Runner-up
Jessica Richens 18 Yorba Linda, California Jazz September 3, 2014 Third Place
Jacque LeWarne 18 Clive, Iowa Ballet August 20, 2014 Top 6
Tanisha Belnap 20 Payson, Utah Ballroom August 13, 2014 Top 8
Bridget Whitman 20 Tempe, Arizona Contemporary August 6, 2014 Top 10
Carly Blaney 20 Wyckoff, New Jersey Contemporary July 30, 2014 Top 14
Emily James 22 North Kingstown, Rhode Island Contemporary July 30, 2014 Top 14
Brooklyn Fullmer 18 Provo, Utah Latin Ballroom July 23, 2014 Top 16
Jourdan Epstein 24 Plymouth, Minnesota Ballet July 16, 2014 Top 18
Malene Ostergaard 25 Aarhus, Denmark Latin Ballroom July 9, 2014 Top 20

Male Contestants[edit]

Finalist Age Home Town Dance Style Elimination date Placement
Ricky Ubeda 18 Miami, Florida Contemporary ------------- Winner
Zack Everhart, Jr. 20 Kennesaw, Georgia Tap September 3, 2014 Fourth Place
Casey Askew 19 Seattle, Washington Contemporary August 20, 2014 Top 6
Rudy Abreu 19 Miami, Florida Contemporary August 13, 2014 Top 8
Emilio Dosal 23 Houston, Texas Popping August 6, 2014 Top 10
Serge Onik 26 Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Latin Ballroom July 30, 2014 Top 14
Teddy Coffey 19 Rochester, New York Hip-Hop/Tap July 30, 2014 Top 14
Marcquet Hill 18 South Jordan, Utah Latin Ballroom July 23, 2014 Top 16
Stanley Glover 19 Chicago, Illinois Contemporary July 16, 2014 Top 18
Nick Garcia 18 Miami, Florida Latin Ballroom July 9, 2014 Top 20

Elimination chart[edit]

Legend
Female Male Bottom 6 contestants Bottom 4 contestants Eliminated
Week: 7/9 7/16 7/23 7/30 8/6 8/13 8/20 9/3
Contestant Result
Ricky Ubeda Winner
Valerie Rockey Runner-Up
Jessica Richens Btm 6 3rd Place
Zack Everhart, Jr. Btm 6 Btm 4 4th Place
Casey Askew Btm 6 Btm 6 Btm 4 Elim
Jacque LeWarne Btm 4 Btm 4
Rudy Abreu Elim
Tanisha Belnap Btm 6
Emilio Dosal Btm 6 Elim
Bridget Whitman Btm 6 Btm 6
Serge Onik Btm 6 Btm 6 Elim
Carly Blaney
Teddy Coffey Btm 6
Emily James Btm 6
Marcquet Hill Elim
Brooklyn Fullmer Btm 6
Stanley Glover Elim
Jourdan Epstein Btm 6
Nick Garcia Elim
Malene Ostergaard

Performances[edit]

In contrast with previous seasons, the top 20 showcase, in which all the dancers performed in their own styles, was a competitive and special episode.

Meet the Top 20 (July 2, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Top 20 Jazz "Stalker Ha"—Kingdom Sonya Tayeh
Brooklyn Fullmer
Serge Onik
Cha-cha-cha "Hell Yeah"—Midnight Red Dmitry Chaplin Bottom 6
Emily James
Casey Askew
Contemporary "All of Me" (Live from Spotify)—John Legend Travis Wall Askew in Bottom 6
Valerie Rockey
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Tap "Sing"—Ed Sheeran Anthony Morigerato Safe
Bridget Whitman
Stanley Glover
Contemporary "Doesn't Mean Goodbye"—Jon McLaughlin Bonnie Story Safe
Jourdan Epstein
Jacque LeWarne
Ballet "Pas de Deux - Black Swan - Tchaikovsky"—Richard Bonynge & The London Symphony Orchestra Marat Daukayev Epstein in Bottom 6
Malene Ostergaard
Marcquet Hill
Samba "Morning Drums"—Gregor Salto Louis van Amstel Ostergaard eliminated
Carly Blaney
Rudy Abreu
Contemporary "Take It Easy"—Jetta Stacey Tookey Safe
Emilio Dosal
Teddy Coffey
Hip-hop "Nightshift"—Commodores Christopher Scott Safe
Jessica Richens
Ricky Ubeda
Contemporary "Vow"—Meredith Monk Sonya Tayeh Safe
Tanisha Belnap
Nick Garcia
Cha-cha-cha "I'm a Freak"—Enrique Iglesias feat. Pitbull Louis van Amstel Garcia eliminated

Top 20 (July 9, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Tanisha Belnap
Rudy Abreu
Jazz "You Need"—Bengsons Sonya Tayeh Safe
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Contemporary "Oh Darling"—Gossling Travis Wall Safe
Bridget Whitman
Emilio Dosal
Hip-hop "Work"—Iggy Azalea Luther Brown Bottom 6
Jessica Richens
Nick Garcia
West Coast Swing "Respect" (Live Feb. 5, 1971)—Aretha Franklin Benji Schwimmer Richens Safe
Carly Blaney
Serge Onik
Contemporary "Latch (Acoustic)"—Sam Smith Sonya Tayeh Safe
Emily James
Teddy Coffey
Hip-hop "Don't"—Ed Sheeran Dave Scott Bottom 6
Malene Ostergaard
Stanley Glover
Broadway "I've Got Your Number"—Nancy Wilson Spencer Liff Glover Eliminated
Jourdan Epstein
Marcquet Hill
Pop Jazz "Work Bitch"—Britney Spears Sean Cheesman Epstein Eliminated
Brooklyn Fullmer
Casey Askew
Argentine Tango "Gallo Ciego"—Luis Bravo's Forever Tango Miriam Larici
Leonardo Barrionuevo
Safe
Jacque LeWarne
Zack Everhart, Jr.
African Jazz "Dibiza" (Kick Ass Mix)—Danny Tenagila Sean Cheesman Safe

Top 18 (July 16, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Jacque LeWarne
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Hip-hop "Stay With Me"—Sam Smith Keone Madrid
Mari Madrid
Everhart Bottom 6
Jourdan Epstein
Marcquet Hill
Contemporary "Disappear" (Demo Version)—Mikky Ekko Dee Caspery Hill eliminated
Jessica Richens
Stanley Glover
Jazz "Funkier Than a Mosquito's Tweeter"—Nikka Costa Tyce Diorio Safe
Bridget Whitman
Emilio Dosal
Jive "Happy"—Pharrell Williams Anya Garnis
Pasha Kovalev
Whitman Bottom 6
Emily James
Teddy Coffey
Contemporary "Ne me quitte pas"—Nina Simone Tyce Diorio Safe
Brooklyn Fullmer
Casey Askew
Jazz "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"—Michael Bublé Bonnie Story Fullmer eliminated
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Viennese Waltz "I Won't Give Up"—Jason Mraz Lacey Schwimmer Safe
Carly Blaney
Serge Onik
Hip-hop "Senile"—Young Money feat. Tyga, Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne Luther Brown Onik Bottom 6
Tanisha Belnap
Rudy Abreu
Broadway "Sing Sing Sing (Part 2)"—Bob Fosse Warren Carlyle Belnap Bottom 6

Top 16 (July 23, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Bollywood "Dilliwaali Girlfriend"—Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (soundtrack) Nakul Dev Mahajan Safe
Bridget Whitman
Emilio Dosal
Contemporary "The Leaving Song"—Chris Garneau Travis Wall Safe
Tanisha Belnap
Rudy Abreu
Hip-hop "Good Kisser"—Usher Dave Scott Safe
Jessica Richens
Marcquet Hill
Foxtrot "I Put a Spell on You"—Nina Simone Dmitry Chaplin Richens Bottom 6
Carly Blaney
Serge Onik
Contemporary "Foolish Games"—Jewel Mandy Moore Both eliminated
Emily James
Teddy Coffey
Salsa "Bruk It Down" (Soca Remix)—Mr. Vegas feat. Alison Hinds Oksana Dmytrenko
Jonathan Platero
Both eliminated
Jacque LeWarne
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Jazz "Back to Black"—Beyoncé feat. André 3000 Sonya Tayeh Safe
Brooklyn Fullmer
Casey Askew
Hip-hop "Hustle Hard Remix"—Ace Hood feat. Rick Ross & Lil Wayne Will "WilldaBeast" Adams Askew Bottom 6
Brooklyn Fullmer
Casey Askew
Emilio Dosal
Emily James
Serge Onik
Tanisha Belnap
Valerie Rockey
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Contemporary "So Broken" (Live)—Björk Sonya Tayeh N/A
Bridget Whitman
Carly Blaney
Jacque LeWarne
Jessica Richens
Marcquet Hill
Ricky Ubeda
Rudy Abreu
Teddy Coffey
Jazz "Love Runs Out"—OneRepublic Travis Wall N/A

Top 14 (July 30, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Bridget Whitman
Emilio Dosal
Jazz "Long Road to Hell"—Avicii Ray Leeper Both Eliminated
Tanisha Belnap
Rudy Abreu
Contemporary "Seduces Me"—Celine Dion Mandy Moore Safe
Jacque LeWarne
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Paso Doble "Dragula"—Rob Zombie Jean-Marc Généreux Bottom 4
Emily James
Teddy Coffey
Broadway "From This Moment On" from Kiss Me, Kate Warren Carlyle
Jessica Richens
Casey Askew
Contemporary "Like Real People Do"—Hozier Travis Wall Safe
Carly Blaney
Serge Onik
Quickstep "A Cool Cat in Town"—Tape Five feat. Brenda Boykin Jean-Marc Généreux
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Hip-hop "Turn Down for What"—DJ Snake & Lil Jon Christopher "Pharside" Jennings
Krystal "Phoenix" Meraz
Safe
Top 7 Girls Contemporary "My Immortal"—Evanescence Mandy Moore N/A
Top 7 Guys Contemporary "Wave"—Beck Travis Wall N/A
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music Result
Serge Onik Cha-cha-cha "Wicked Games" (Radio Edit)—Parra for Cuva feat. Ana Nikolic Eliminated
Carly Blaney Contemporary "Not About Angels"—Birdy Eliminated
Casey Askew Contemporary "Kiss Me"—Ed Sheeran Safe
Emily James Contemporary "Infra 8"—Fuller, Bonner, Barr, Burdge & Worsey Eliminated
Teddy Coffey Hip-hop "If I Ever Fall in Love" (original a cappella version)—Shai Eliminated
Jessica Richens Jazz "Fever"—Beyoncé Knowles Safe

Top 10 (August 6, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Bridget Whitman
Brandon Bryant
Bollywood/Disco "Disco Khisko" (Remix) from Dil Bole Hadippa Nakul Dev Mahajan
Tanisha Belnap
Ryan Di Lello
Argentine Tango "The Gaucho's Pain"—Tango Jointz Miriam Larici
Leonardo Barrionuevo
Eliminated
Emilio Dosal
Jasmine Harper
Hip-hop "Get Low"—Dillon Francis Tabitha D'umo
Napoleon D'umo
Valerie Rockey
Ade Obayomi
Jazz "Hearts a Mess"—Gotye Tyce Diorio Safe
Rudy Abreu
Jenna Johnson
Cha-Cha-Cha "Maps"—Maroon 5 Louis Van Amstel Eliminated
Jacque LeWarne
Chehon Wespi-Tschopp
Contemporary Ballet "Adagio for TRON"—Daft Punk Travis Wall Bottom 4
Ricky Ubeda
Lauren Froderman
Rockabilly Jazz "Bossa Nova Baby" (Viva Remix)—Elvis Presley Mandy Moore Safe
Casey Askew
Kathryn McCormick
Broadway "Maybe This Time"—Liza Minnelli Spencer Liff Bottom 4
Jessica Richens
Stephen "tWitch" Boss
Hip-hop "U Got Me Up" (Underground Goodie Mix '93)—Cajmere feat. Dajae Tabitha D'umo
Napoleon D'umo
Safe
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Amy Yakima
Contemporary "Europe, After The Rain"—Max Richter Sonya Tayeh Safe

Top 8 (August 13, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s) Result
Ricky Ubeda
Jaimie Goodwin
Contemporary "Smile"— Michael Jackson Travis Wall Safe
Valerie Rockey
Ryan Di Lello
Samba "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"—Michael Jackson Jean-Marc Généreux Safe
Casey Askew
Comfort Fedoke
Hip-hop "Xscape"—Michael Jackson Christopher "Pharside" Jennings
Krystal "Phoenix" Meraz
Eliminated
Tanisha Belnap
Nick Lazzarini
Contemporary "She's Out of My Life"— Michael Jackson Stacey Tookey
Rudy Abreu
Allison Holker
Jazz "Dirty Diana"—Michael Jackson Ray Leeper
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Mackenzie Dustman
Broadway "The Way You Make Me Feel"—Michael Jackson Spencer Liff Safe
Jacque LeWarne
Stephen "tWitch" Boss
Hip-hop "Slave to the Rhythm"—Michael Jackson Dave Scott Eliminated
Jessica Richens
Will Wingfield
Contemporary "Earth Song"—Michael Jackson Mandy Moore Safe
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music
Tanisha Belnap Ballroom "Warrior"—Havana Brown
Zack Everhart, Jr. Tap "Gotta Get Thru This" (Acoustic Version)—Daniel Bedingfield
Casey Askew Contemporary "Outro"—M83
Rudy Abreu Contemporary "Warrior"—Drehz
Jacque LeWarne Ballet "Nocturne in C Sharp Minor, (Op. Posth.): Lento"—Dejan Lazic & Pieter Wispelwey
Jessica Richens Jazz "Taking Chances"—Celine Dion
Valerie Rockey Tap "Dance with Me Tonight"—Olly Murs
Ricky Ubeda Contemporary "Hægt, kemur ljósið"—Ólafur Arnalds

Top 6 (August 20, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s)
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Broadway "I've Got the World on a String"—Frank Sinatra Spencer Liff
Jessica Richens
Casey Askew
Disco "Dim All the Lights"—Donna Summer Doriana Sanchez
Jacque LeWarne
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Foxtrot "Anything Goes"—Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga Jean-Marc Généreux
Valerie Rockey
Stephen "tWitch" Boss
Hip-hop "Yeah"—Usher feat. Lil Jon & Ludacris Will "Willdabeast" Adams
Jacque LeWarne
Will Wingfield
Contemporary "99 Red Balloons"—Sleeping At Last Sean Cheesman
Jessica Richens
Ade Obayomi
Jazz "Boneless"—Steve Aoki, Chris Lake & Tujamo Ray Leeper
Ricky Ubeda
Anya Garnis
Cha-Cha-Cha "Dare (La La La)"—Shakira Jean-Marc Généreux
Casey Askew
Makenzie Dustman
Contemporary "Over You"—Ingrid Michaelson feat. A Great Big World Stacey Tookey
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Du-Shaunt "Fik-Shun" Stegall
Hip-hop "Sail" (Unlimited Gravity Remix)—Awolnation Phillip Chbeeb
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music
Ricky Ubeda Contemporary "My Tears Are Becoming A Sea"—M83
Jessica Richens Jazz/Contemporary "I Was Here"—Beyoncé
Casey Askew Contemporary "Lay Me Down" (Acoustic Version)—Sam Smith
Valerie Rockey Tap "What I Like About You"—The Romantics
Jacque LeWarne Ballet "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"—The Andrews Sisters
Zack Everhart, Jr. Tap "Butterfly"—Jason Mraz

Top 4 (August 27, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s)
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
African Jazz "Voices of Savannah"—DJ Chus Sean Cheesman
Jessica Richens
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Broadway "Hernando's Hideaway"—Ella Fitzgerald Spencer Liff
Valerie Rockey
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Contemporary "Pearls"—Sade Tyce Diorio
Jessica Richens
Ricky Ubeda
Jazz "F for You"—Disclosure feat. Mary J. Blige Ray Leeper
Jessica Richens
Valerie Rockey
Bollywood "Ghaghra"—Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (Soundtrack) Nakul Dev Mahajan
Ricky Ubeda
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Hip-hop "The Antidote"—District 78 Chris "Pharside" Jennings
Krystal "Phoenix" Meraz
Valerie Rockey
Aaron Turner
Tap "Love Me or Leave Me"—Sammy Davis Jr. Anthony Morigerato
Ricky Ubeda
Kathryn McCormick
Contemporary "Not About Angels"—Birdy Stacey Tookey
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Aaron Turner
Tap "Piano Man"—Billy Joel Anthony Morigerato
Jessica Richens
Robert Roldan
Contemporary "When I Go"—Over the Rhine Travis Wall
  • Solos:
Dancer Style Music
Ricky Ubeda Contemporary "Skin & Bones"—David J. Roch
Jessica Richens Jazz "It's a Man's Man's Man's World"—Juliet Simms
Valerie Rockey Tap "Valerie"—Mark Ronson feat. Amy Winehouse
Zack Everhart, Jr. Tap "Superstition"—Adam Rafferty

Week 10 (Finale) (September 3, 2014)[edit]

Dancers Style Music Choreographer
Top 20 Broadway "Doctor Jazz"—Jelly's Last Jam (1992 Original Broadway Cast) Warren Carlyle
Top 10/All-stars Contemporary/Hip-hop "Sweet Disposition"—The Temper Trap Sonya Tayeh & Christopher Scott
Wanted Ashiqz Bollywood dance/Hip-hop "Dhoom Again" from Dhoom 2 Themselves
Michael Dameski Contemporary "Unstoppable"—E.S. Posthumus Himself
Les Twins Hip-hop "Fading Flower"—Yuna Themselves
Judges & finalists' picks[edit]
Dancers Style Music Choreographer Chosen by
Jessica Richens
Casey Askew
Contemporary "Like Real People Do"—Hozier Travis Wall Mary Murphy
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Hip-hop "Turn Down for What"—DJ Snake & Lil Jon Christopher 'Pharside' Jennings
Krystal 'Phoenix' Meraz
Debbie Allen
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Amy Yakima
Contemporary "Europe, After The Rain"—Max Richter Sonya Tayeh Zack Everhart, Jr.
Rudy Abreu
Allison Holker
Jazz "Dirty Diana"—Michael Jackson Ray Leeper Nigel Lythgoe
Valerie Rockey
Zack Everhart, Jr.
Tap "Sing"—Ed Sheeran Anthony Morigerato Valerie Rockey
Jessica Richens
Ricky Ubeda
Contemporary "Vow"—Meredith Monk Sonya Tayeh Ricky Ubeda
Carly Blaney
Serge Onik
Hip-hop "Senile"—Young Money feat. Tyga, Nicki Minaj & Lil Wayne Luther Brown Viewers
Tanisha Belnap
Rudy Abreu
Jazz "You Need"—The Bengsons Sonya Tayeh Jenna Dewan-Tatum
Ricky Ubeda
Zack Everhart, Jr
Hip-hop "The Antidote"—District 78 Christopher 'Pharside' Jennings
Krystal 'Phoenix' Meraz
Adam Shankman
Emilio Dosal
Jasmine Harper
Hip-hop "Get Low"—Dillon Francis Tabitha and Napoleon D'Umo Tara Lipinski
Jessica Richens
Robert Roldan
Contemporary "When I Go"—Over the Rhine Travis Wall Jessica Richens
Valerie Rockey
Ricky Ubeda
Contemporary "Oh Darling"—Gossling Travis Wall Cat Deeley

All-Stars Dance Pool[edit]

All-Stars, Contestant Partners, and Results
All Star Partner
Season Dancer Dance Styles Placement Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8
1 Nick Lazzarini Contemporary Winner Tanisha
2 Allison Holker Contemporary Top 8 Rudy
3 Anya Garnis Latin Ballroom Top 12 Ricky
Jaimie Goodwin Contemporary Top 10 Ricky
4 Stephen "tWitch" Boss Hip-hop Runner-up Jessica Jacque Valerie
Comfort Fedoke Hip-hop Top 8 Casey
Will Wingfield Modern Top 8 Jessica Jacque
5 Brandon Bryant Contemporary/Modern Runner-up Bridget
Ade Obayomi Contemporary Top 6 Valerie Jessica
6 Ryan Di Lello Ballroom/Latin Top 6 Tanisha Valerie
Kathryn McCormick Contemporary Top 3 Casey Ricky
7 Lauren Froderman Contemporary Winner Ricky
Robert Roldan Contemporary/Jazz Top 3 Jessica
9 Chehon Wespi-Tschopp Ballet Male Winner Jacque
10 Makenzie Dustman Contemporary Top 10 Zack Casey
Jasmine Harper Contemporary/Hip-hop Female Runner-up Emilio
Jenna Johnson Latin/Ballroom Top 8 Rudy
Du-Shaunt "Fik-Shun" Stegall Hip-hop Male Winner Zack
Amy Yakima Contemporary Female Winner Zack
Aaron Turner Tap Male Runner-Up Valerie Zack
     This dancer was eliminated this week.
     This dancer was in the bottom 4 this week.
     This dancer placed second in the competition.
     This dancer won the competition.

Ratings[edit]

U.S. Nielsen ratings[edit]

Show Episode First Air Date Rating
(18–49)
Share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
1 Auditions: New Orleans and Chicago May 28, 2014 1.6 5 5.33[6]
2 Auditions: Chicago and Los Angeles June 4, 2014 1.5 5 5.06[7]
3 Auditions: Los Angeles and Philadelphia June 11, 2014 1.3 5 4.42[8]
4 Auditions: Atlanta June 18, 2014 1.7 6 5.32[9]
5 Callbacks and Top 20 Revealed June 25, 2014 1.4 5 4.38[10]
6 Top 20 Showcase July 2, 2014 1.4 5 4.03[11]
7 Top 20 Perform July 9, 2014 1.2 4 3.74[12]
8 Top 18 Perform July 16, 2014 1.0 4 3.70[13]
9 Top 16 Perform July 23, 2014 1.1 4 3.75[14]
10 Top 14 Perform July 30, 2014 1.1 4 3.53[15]
11 Top 10 Perform August 6, 2014 1.1 4 3.71[16]
12 Top 8 Perform August 13, 2014 1.0 3 3.48[17]
13 Top 6 Perform August 20, 2014 0.9 3 3.45[18]
14 Top 4 Perform August 27, 2014 1.1 4 3.68[19]
15 Finale September 3, 2014 1.3 5 4.12[20]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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