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So You Think You Can Dance S11: E6 - Top 20 perform live on stage for votes

Top 20 contestants Emily James and Casey Askew perform a Contemporary routine to "All of Me" choreographed by Travis Wall on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE on FOX
Top 20 contestants Emily James and Casey Askew perform a Contemporary routine to "All of Me" choreographed by Travis Wall on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE on FOX
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Singer-songwriter Jason Derulo guest judges on the 200th episode of So You Think You Can Dance with a special live performance of "Wiggle" featuring Snoop Dogg.

Top 20 contestants on So You Think You Can Dance on FOX
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Brooklyn Fullmer and Serge Onik dance a Cha-Cha choreography by Dmitry Chaplin to "Hell Yeah" by Midnight Red

Ballroom guru Mary Murphy was quick to point out Brooklyn's lack of confidence in the performance, likely due to a combination of the vast age difference between her and her much older partner and his complete confidence being in his own category.

Emily James and Casey Askew dance Contemporary choreography by Travis Wall to "All of Me" by John Legend

Fortunate to be working with Emmy nominated Travis Wall in the first week, Emily and Casey showed great chemistry that his stunning choreography always seems to bring out in his dancers, and it doesn't hurt to dance to have perfect music.

Valerie Rockey and Zack Everhart dance Tap choreography by Anthony Morigerato to "Sing" by Ed Sheeran

Even Jason tried to show a lot of enthusiasm for a dance style that is not only difficult to perform, but also to watch.

Bridget Whitman and Stanley Glover dance Contemporary choreography by Bonnie Story to "Doesn't Mean Goodbye" by Jon McLaughlin

Bonnie Story returns for some incredible choreography as she sends Stanley to tremendous heights and utilizes Bridget's long extensions to showcase the individual strengths of this pairing.

Jacque LeWarne and Jourdan Epstein dance Ballet choreography by Marat Daukayev to "Pas de Deux - Black Swan" by Tchaikovsky

In a season chocked full of ballerinas, this was a magical idea to bring in the incomparable Marat Daukayev to guide these two virtuoso's to a first-ever delightful experience.

Malene Ostegaard and Marcquet Hill dance Samba choreography by Louis van Amstel to "Morning Drums" by Gregor Salto

Not sure which was more distracting, Malene's hips or Marcquet's hair, but you can decide for yourself which one was more favorable in this hot routine.

Carly Blaney and Rudy Abreu dance Contemporary choreography by Stacey Tookey to "Take it Easy" by Jetta

Stacey constructed an incredible number for these two and they pulled it off without a hitch. As a dancer, Rudy is flawless and full of character, on microphone he is witless and annoying. He may want to stop talking and laughing to remain a fan favorite.

Teddy Coffey and Emilio Dosal dance Hip-Hop choreography by Christopher Scott to "Nightshift" by The Commodores

This was a cute number for a masculine guy-guy routine. Did Emilio really try to give out his phone number on camera before he began dancing with another man? ...jussayin.

Jessica Richens and Ricky Ubeda dance Contemporary choreography by Sonya Tayeh to "Vow" by Meredith Monk

Nigel Lythgoe hit the nail on the head when he said it was a good thing that Jessica and Ricky could not be partners again next week or they would run away with this competition, because they are clear front runners that may both end up in the finale regardless.

Tanisha Belnap and Nick Garcia dance Cha-Cha choreography by Louis van Amstel to "I'm a Freak" by Enrique Iglesias ft. Pitbull

Tanisha running a close second in the ladies category closed the show with a delicious performance while stealing a kiss midway through. She does seem to be heavily favored by the judges, so let's hope she doesn't end up with back-to-back-to-back weeks of ballroom styles.

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