So You Think You Can Dance winner Jeanine Mason knows she can dance — so what's she going to do about it? With her talent confirmed by her win last week, the 18-year-old Miami native has two big plans ahead: touring for the show, and starting college at UCLA. Mason talked to us about the moment she was crowned the winner, her favorite routine, and the week she says wasn't her best. Thinking long-term, she also told us about her lifelong dream.
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After weeks of learning complex routines and adapting to new partnerships, So You Think You Can Dance has once again crowned America's Favorite Dancer.
More than 3,000 fans packed the Kodak Theater to see the coronation of the Season 5 winner. After celebrating the best routines of the season, host Cat Deeley finally revealed that ...
Jeanine Mason was rarely considered a front-runner on this season of So You Think You Can Dance, but a majority of TVGuide.com readers now believe she will be crowned America's Favorite Dancer.
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After Wednesday's final performance show, 45 percent of voters said they believe Mason would be the last dancer left standing at the Kodak Theater. Her leap to the top of the leader board came after several powerhouse performances on Wednesday's show, including her solo routine, which received a standing ovation from the judges and the 3,000-plus fans in the theater. Before the final performance show, only 8 percent of TVGuide.com readers said she would win.
Mason's closest competitor is ...