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'SYTYCD': Final four revealed! Plus: Jesse Tyler Ferguson inspired to wear leather pants

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It’s important to get all the front-page news in the headline! SPOILER ahead. Two more dancers have left the competition after the Tuesday, Aug. 27 performance show, which featured Modern Family‘s Jesse Tyler Ferguson (living proof that there should be an Emmy for Outstanding Reality TV Guest Judge) and the Top 6 dahn-sahs paired up with So You Think You Can Dance All-Stars and then each other.

I’ll post my full recap of tonight’s performances later on; in the meantime, discuss! The two going home are….

Hayley Erbert and Paul Karmiryan have been eliminated.

Your season 10 final four: Aaron Turner, Fik-Shun, Jasmine Harper, and Amy Yakima

I’ll have actual things to say in my recap — for now, don’t miss my chat with Sonya Tayeh re: the Top 6!

Here are the dances….



Paul Karmiryan and All-Star Kathryn McCormick — jazz choreographed by Tyce Diorio

Music: “Tied Up” by Yello

Hayley Erbert and All-Star Joshua Allen — hip hop by Tabitha and Napoleon

Music: “Work Hard, Play Hard” by Wiz Khalifa

Aaron Turner and All-Star Melanie Moore — Broadway by Spencer Liff

Music: “Faith” by George Michael

Fik-Shun and All-Star Witney Carson — foxtrot by Jonathan Roberts

Music: “Sexy Silk” by Jessie J

Jasmine Harper and All-Star Neil Haskell — jazz by Tyce Diorio

Music: “Unfaithful” from the Unfaithful soundtrack

Amy Yakima and All-Star Alex Wong — Bollywood by Nakul Dev Mahajan

Music: “Munni Badnaam Hui Darling” from Dabangg (soundtrack)

Hayley and Paul — contemporary by Dee Caspary

Music: “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by Sleeping At Last

Amy and Fik-Shun — hip hop by Dave Scott

Music: “Lemme See” by Usher feat. Rick Ross

Jasmine and Aaron — jazz by Sean Cheesman

Music: “Mirror Mirror” by Lord KraVen

Are you upset about who’s going home? How great was JTF’s Carly Rae Jepsen diss and admission of his crush on Aaron? Discuss!

UPDATE: ‘SYTYCD’ Top 6 recap: Four to the Floor