It was a partnership of tiny dancers destined for greatness.
The winners of So You Think You Can Dance's landmark 10th season are the first-ever pair to have also been dance partners from the beginning of the season. From that first performance, it was clear that petite contemporary dancer Amy Yakimaand hip-hop street dancer Du-Shaunt "Fik-Shun" Stegall had a special chemistry.
So You Think You Can Dance has crowned America's two favorite dancers ... and they won't be the last!
"Fox [has] commissioned Season 11!" executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe declared part-way through the dance competition's Season 10 finale Tuesday night.
After 10 seasons, Paula Abdul will finally make her debut as a guest judge on So You Think You Can Dance Tuesday, Fox announced Monday.
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Swedish TV producer Per Blankens will replace Nigel Lythgoe as executive producer of American Idol next season, Idol producer FremantleMedia announced Monday.
Blankens has acted as showrunner on Sweden's version of the reality singing competition for five seasons. "He is extremely passionate about Idol and I'm very excited about his ideas and vision for keeping Idol creatively vibrant," Trish Kinane, an Idol executive producer for Fremantle, said in a statement. "He brings the talent and energy needed to keep American Idol strong."