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Auditions #1 and #2 

The seventh season premiere of "So You Think You Can Dance" took us to New York City to kick off a season that will see just 10 dancers make it to the live shows. New judge Mia Michaels ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Nigel Lythgoe

Writers:

Simon Fuller (creator), Nigel Lythgoe (creator)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Cat Deeley ... Herself - Hostess
Nigel Lythgoe ... Himself - Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Brinson Sarah Brinson ... Herself - Dancer (as Sarah Purtzer)
Henry Byalikov Henry Byalikov ... Himself
Jason Gilkison ... Himself - Judge
Jamie Greco Jamie Greco ... Himself
Mia Michaels ... Herself - Judge
Giselle Peacock Giselle Peacock ... Herself - Audition Contestant
Michael Petr Michael Petr ... Himself
Courtney Platt ... Herself - Co-choreographer (as Courtney Galiano)
Izabela Rai ... Choreographer
Henry Rivera Henry Rivera ... Himself
Tyrell Rolle Tyrell Rolle ... Himself
Adam Shankman ... Himself - Judge
Edward Spots Edward Spots ... Himself
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Storyline

The seventh season premiere of "So You Think You Can Dance" took us to New York City to kick off a season that will see just 10 dancers make it to the live shows.

New judge Mia Michaels joined Adam Shankman and Nigel Lythgoe on the judging panel. The dancers had to impress the judges to either get a ticket to the next round in Vegas, or at least do enough to earn a call back to the choreography round at the end of the day. If they failed to impress at all, they'd be sent home.

The first dancer was a 22-year-old from Philadelphia named Sarah, who'd overcome some body image issues after years of thinking she was big. Her contemporary tryout floored the judges. Nigel said she looked like Charlize Theron and Sarah said she gets that a lot. Mia said Sarah danced like a more mature dancer than her age. Sarah got a ticket to Vegas.

Ballroom dancers Giselle and Henry, who have been part of the show "Burn the Floor," decided to go from Broadway and their national tour to "SYTYCD." Mia was blown ...

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Release Date:

27 May 2010 (USA) See more »

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The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Written by Benjamin Gibbard and James Tamborello
Performed by The Postal Service
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