Final Dance Styles, All-Stars, Choreo

LR: Judges JoJo Siwa, Stephen “tWitch” Boss and Leah Remini on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CR: Ray Mickshaw/FOX

The So You Think You Dance The season 17 finale is here. The Top 2 – Contemporary Dancer Keaton Kermode and ballroom dancer Alexis Warr– will go neck and neck to impress the judges (Lea Remini, tic and JoJo Siwa) and the public voting one last time before the winner is crowned.

The two finalists must dance five performances each – including a group routine, solos, duets with each other, duets with former partners, duets with an All-Star – before the audience decides who topped the other and wins the title and $100,000.

This week’s choreographers are…

According to journalist Kristyn Burttthe choreographers for the finale include: Emma Slater and Sasha Farber (DWTS pros, Emma is a former SYTYCD) Robert Rollan (SYTYCD producer, former contestant and all-star), Talia Favia (Contemporary, SYTYCD veterinarian), Nika Kljun (Jazz/Hip-Hop dancer, worked on AGT, SYTYCD, DWTS etc) and Brian Friedman (Renowned choreographer, worked with Britney, Cher, etc. SYTYCD, X Factor and more) (Duet and group number)

Lex Ishimoto and Jason Glover will serve as All-Star partners

Dance styles and partners

  • Keaton and Alexis dance a Jazz routine
  • Keaton and All-Star Lex Ishimoto Dance a Hip-Hop Routine
  • Alexis and All-Star Jason Glover (?)
  • Keaton and Anna dance a contemporary routine
  • Alexis and Carter dance a samba routine

The So you think you can dance The season 17 finale airs on FOX, Wednesday, August 10 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. And that will be it for this season. Who do you think will win So you think you can dance? I made a prediction in May and I’m sticking to it:

Do you agree with me, or not? I rarely correctly predict a winner of ANY contest after they audition. If Keaton wins, it will be a first. (A country singer (Noah Thompson) had just won american idol, and I thought America would go for football again, Joe, a sports regular. Even if it turned out that America had no more say in it, I still stick to my choice)

Colleen D. Ervin