Last night on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance,” the final four had their last performance episode and next Wednesday we’ll find out who is America’s favorite dancer.
And, as far as final performance nights go, the final four of Ricky Ubeda, Valerie Rockey, Jessica Richens and Zach Everhart, Jr did not disappoint. Through their respective six dances (some together, solo or with an All-Star), a myriad of emotions were displayed as well as some of the best dancing around.
One standout was the opening group number, choreographed by Travis Wall, which could easily be called ‘The Equality Dance.’ Here’s a look at it:
After the show, I grabbed some time on the red carpet to talk to all four finalists, judge Mary Murphy, guest judge Jesse Tyler Ferguson as well as All-Stars Robert Roldan and Aaron Turner and choreographers Spencer Liff, Travis Wall and Stacey Tookey to not only talk about that opening number but what we’ll see in next week’s season finale.
Zach Everhart, Jr.
The “So You Think You Can Dance” season eleven finale airs Wednesday, September 3rd at 8pm on Fox.
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