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Saturday, June 11


I’ve raved about So You Think You Can Dance before, but here it is again. Last Thursday they announced the top twenty, with those chosen to dance in groups of two to five. And the performances were spectacular. We’ve watched all seven previous seasons, and so far, this season looks like it will outperform all that came before. If you’re not a fan of this show, you should be. We can’t figure out how the dancers can learn as many new routines as they do and still not make any mistakes in their performances. There may be tiny mistakes, but none but the judges and choreographers would pick them up. You can view last Thursday’s routines by going to So You Think You Can Dance and clicking on “Clips.” And here’s one from last season’s show just to give you a taste of what you’ve been missing.

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