00:32 — The kids get to dance with Jason Derulo!
00:22 — Michelle Obama joins the cast of So You Think You Can Dance at The White House.
00:20 — In the Season 14 finale, the final four dancers show the judges and the country what they've got one last time before the winner is crowned.
02:37 — The season 14 cast of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE dance to “Mad” by Rhett Fisher.
00:20 — With only the best of the best remaining in the competition, the dancers show America why they belong in the Final Four.
00:20 — Each dancer has another opportunity to impress the judges and fight for the nation's vote before some are cut.
01:48 — The top seven dancers perform.
00:55 — The Top 7 & All-Stars compete in a Hot Tamale Train-Off.
00:20 — The top eight dancers perform.
01:42 — The Top 10 and All-Stars play dance charades, and it's pretty hilarious.
00:20 — Each dancer has another opportunity to impress the judges and fight for the nation's vote before one must say goodbye.
00:20 — After the Top 10 competed for the nation's vote, one dancer must head home.
02:43 — Meet the top 10 contestants for this seasons So You Think You Can Dance.
00:20 — The Top 10 are revealed and perform for the first time on the SYTYCD stage.
00:20 — "The Academy" callbacks end.
00:25 — "The Academy" callbacks continue.
01:17 — Nappytabs has the dancers pair up and hit the dance floor for a lesson in Hip-Hop.
01:15 — Logan Hernandez performs to "Palk" by Domenico Sciajno & Thomas Lehn for the All-Stars.
00:25 — The first round of "The Academy" callbacks begins as dancers vie for a spot in the Top 10.
01:28 — Magda & Kiki blow the judges away with their ballroom audition to "Move Your Body" by Sia.
00:56 — American Ninja Warrior, So You Think You Can Dance and more
01:36 — Claire Rathbun auditions to "Lost Girls," by Lindsey Stirling.
00:20 — New York auditions continue, with dancers competing to move on to "The Academy" callback rounds.
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- Premiered: July 20, 2005
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: A national dance competition from the producers of `American Idol.' (more)