The tenth season "So You Think You Think You Can Dance" came to a conclusion on earlier this month when dancers Amy Yakima and Fik-Shun Stegall were crowned the winners during the live two-hour season finale on Fox. Yakima and Fik-Shun received the most of America’s votes and winning the cash prize of $125,000 each and a feature cover story on Dance Spirit Magazine. Fellow finalists Jasmine Harper and Aaron Turner were eliminated as host Cat Deeley revealed the voting results.
Napoleon and Tabitha choreographed a number with the Top 10 dancers along with 10 of the all stars. Season 2 finalist Ivan Koumaev choreographed a number with this season's Top 20.
The celebration also showcased the judges’ favorite routines from the season – including a special performance by judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy choreographed by Christopher Scott. Yakima and Stegall were paired up as partners after the Top 20 announcement and performed many memorable dancing before pairing up with all stars after the Top 10 was announced.
Nigel Lythgoe announced that the show had just got word that they have been renewed for an 11th season.
This season’s Top 10 dancers will participate in the 42-city "So You Think Can Dance Think" Tour 2013. Tickets are on sale now for the tour, which kicks off in East Lansing, MI on Tuesday, October 1st.
I was live backstage on the scene and spoke with choreographer Dave Scott. Click on the video link to see what he had to say about the finale and his new film "Battle of the Year which opened this weekend. Please excuse a few technicals issues with the video.
Check back to this page for more interviews and coverage of the finale.
For more information on Battle of the Year: http://www.battleoftheyear-movie.net/site/