Fox
August 20, 2013 at 12:00 PM EDT

So You Think You Can Dance

type
TV Show
genre
Reality TV
run date
07/20/05
performer
Nigel Lythgoe, Cat Deeley, Mary Murphy
broadcaster
Fox
Current Status
In Season

SPOILER ahead. Two more dancers have left the competition after the Tuesday, Aug. 20 performance show, which featured host Cat Deeley dressed as a fresh-out-of-the-shower mascara zombie from hell and the season 10 finalists paired up with eight of the most beloved So You Think You Can Dance All-Stars. I’ll post my full recap of tonight’s performances later on (update: here it is!); in the meantime, discuss!

Jenna Johnson and Tucker Knox have been eliminated.

Agggghhh. The former partners (pre-All-Star episodes this season) just told Cat Deeley their favorite parts of the competition were meeting each other and becoming best friends! So cute!

Hayley Erbert and Fik-Shun joined Jenna and Tucker in the bottom four. All of them danced solos. This is the last week that the judges/choreographers had a say in who goes home. Starting next week it is TRULY up to you, Ameriker!

Here are the dances….

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‘SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’ SET LIST FOR AUGUST 20, 2013 — FULL RECAP HERE

Opening number choreographed by Mia Michaels

Music: “Move to the Ocean (Baauer Remix)” by Brick & Mortar

Aaron Turner and Chelsie Hightower — jive

Music: “Great Balls of Fire” by Million Dollar Quartet (Broadway cast recording)

Fik-Shun and Allison Holker — contemporary

Music: “Skinny Love” by Birdy

Tucker Knox and Courtney Galiano — jazz

Music: “Clarity” by Zedd feat. Foxes

Paul Karmiryan and Comfort — hip hop

Music: “Dum Dum” by Tedashii feat. Lecrae

Hayley Erbert and Dmitry Chaplin — rumba

Music: “Meant” by Elizaveta

Jenna Johnson and Mark Kanemura — jazz

Music: “I Am The Best” by 2NE1

Jasmine Harper and Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss — hip hop

Music: “The Power” by District 78 feat. Cheesa

Amy Yakima and Travis Wall — contemporary

Music: “Wicked Game (Live at Killkenny Arts Festival, Ireland 2011)” by James Vincent McMorrow

‘SYTYCD’ Top 8 recap: A Blur of Emotion

Are you upset about who’s going home? Which made you cry harder — Amy and Travis’ emotional outreach, or Courtney and Tucker’s inspiration bonanza? Should Comfort become a regular choreographer? Discuss!

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