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The Top 8 are going to be whittled down to six on "So You Think You Can Dance," but first a big and dramatic group dance about a traveling circus (to the music of the movie, "Water for ... See full synopsis »
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Episode credited cast:
Cat Deeley ... Herself - Hostess
Nigel Lythgoe ... Himself - Judge
Mary Murphy ... Herself - Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jordan Casanova ... Herself
Raymond Alexander Cham Jr. ... Dancer Season 2011
Tyce Diorio ... Himself - Choreographer
Tadd Gadduang ... Himself
Lady Gaga ... Herself - Musical Guest
Marko Germar ... Himself
Ricky Jaime ... Himself
Caitlynn Lawson ... Herself
Jess LeProtto ... Himself
Sasha Mallory ... Herself
Rob Marshall ... Himself - Guest Judge
Melanie Moore ... Herself
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The Top 8 are going to be whittled down to six on "So You Think You Can Dance," but first a big and dramatic group dance about a traveling circus (to the music of the movie, "Water for Elephants") choreographed by Tyce Diorio.

Rob Marshall is back on the judges' table with Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. He talks about how great of a guest judge Lady Gaga was on Wednesday and Cat notes that Gaga isn't at the table because she's going to be performing later. She's probably warming up in her egg, or something.

To the results: Cat calls for all four ladies to take center stage. Sasha's night is recapped and we're reminded of how great the judges thought she was. Nigel had called her his favorite in the competition, but that was not replayed (he later changed his mind, saying Melanie is his new favorite). Jordan's night brought a big scream from Mary early on, but her second dance didn't work for Nigel. Caitlynn's hip-hop routine won her some points from the judges and her foxtrot had the ...

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28 July 2011 (USA) See more »

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Jump in the Line
Written by Lord Kitchener
Performed by Harry Belafonte
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