“I’m glad I can see the excitement of the judges about the dances instead of seeing the dances themselves. Yes this is sarcasm #SYTYCD,” one fan wrote.
The “SYTYCD” stage is all about passion, talent and the ability to back it all up! According to the Season 17 synopsis: “The upcoming season will feature highly skilled dancers, ages 18-30, who will showcase their talents in a variety of dance styles including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, breaking and more Those selected to move into the ‘SYTYCD’ studio will work alongside world-renowned choreographers and compete in a variety of styles each week, introducing brand new twists and turns to the competition.
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“It’s so frustrating to watch! Please change the format if you can’t go back to the old one. And #jojo you may know a lot about dancing but maybe not that much about communicating #SYTYCD,” tweeted one fan. “This new season’s editing format is definitely not good. We don’t see enough of everyone trying to make the top 12. #SYTYCD,” added another. “#sytycd you are ruining this show with format and editing. So sad,” said another. “I’m glad I can see the excitement of the judges about the dances instead of seeing the dances themselves. Yes thats sarcasm #SYTYCD,” one fan wrote. “#SYTYCD This whole round of choreography is too rushed and when the 2 couples are dancing you see half the time the judges are only concentrating on 1 couple,” said another. “So, to be clear: free time, fewer audition shows each year, no Vegas/Academy this year AND this round of choreography was smashed into a single episode. Buuuuuut, we’re still getting the selection part dragged out. No shadow for the dancers AT ALL. But FOX? DO BETTER. #SYTYCD,” added one fan.
So You Think You Can Dance season 17 airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
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