The popular dance reality show, So You Think You Can Dance that originated in America gathered unbound popularity in Australia when it was held here. In the show a group of dancers are selected through various rounds of auditions and after that they train and perform on the show. After each dance performance the judges comment on the performance of every dancer and they become eligible to go to the next round on the basis of votes. The dancer or dancers getting minimum vote will get eliminated at the end of the episode.
So You Think You Can Dance Judges and host:
The latest season of the show was broadcasted by Network Ten from 9th February to 1st May 2014 after a long gap of four years and was hosted by Carrie Bickmore. The four judges of the show were Shannon Holtzapffel, Jason Gilkison, Paula Abdul and Aaron Cash.
Will There Be So You Think You Can Dance 2017?
The show was aired for the first time in the 2008 and the second season was broadcasted in the next year. The third season was aired in 2010. After that the next season was cancelled in 2011. However, the program restarted on 9th February, 2014 and did not return in 2015 or 2016.
News.com.au reported So You Think You Can Dance Australia won’t return in 2015. The site reported, “We can confirm that So You Think You Can Dance won’t be returning to TEN in 2015.” After this no news whether SYTYCD Australia will return again in 2017 or not.
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Auditions 2017:
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So You Think You Can Dance Australia Winners:
In the first season, Jack Chambers from Broadway genre was declared the winner. In the 2009 season, the votes made Ballet dancer, Talia Fowler the winner. In season three Robbie Kmetoni, a contemporary dancer won the title. In the last season, the audience made Michael Dameski, who specialises in contemporary dance form, the winner.
In the show one gets to see different types of dance forms and the mesmerizing performance of the dancers and their journey as they go from one round to another. It is said that this show captured the attention of at least 2.3 million viewers and was the most watched programme of the night.