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So You Think You Can Dance: Season 10, Week 6 :: The Top 20

Jun 19, 2013

This week on So You Think You Can Dance (Season 10, Week 6), the judges announce the Top 20! Read Kidzworld’s recap of the “The Top 20,” which aired on June 18th, 2013, to discover what you missed.

It’s the week we have all been waiting for – the announcement of the Top 20 for this season of So You Think You Can Dance. This is the stage where the dancers start to get really serious about being on the show. Moving forward we can expect crazy dances and cool partnerships.

Top 10 Guys

Nico Greetham

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Woodbridge, VA

Fik-Shun

  • Dance style: Hip Hop
  • Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Alan Bersten

  • Dance style: Ballroom
  • Hometown: Minnetonka, MN

Aaron Turner

  • Dance style: Tap
  • Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

BluPrint

  • Dance style: Animation
  • Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Carlos Garland

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Jade Zuberi

  • Dance style: Animation
  • Hometown: Dearborn Heights, MI

Paul Karmiryan

  • Dance style: Latin Ballroom
  • Hometown: Glendale, CA

Tucker Knox

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Nashville, TN

Curtis Holland

  • Dance style: Tap
  • Hometown: Miami, FL

Top 10 Girls

Alexis Juliano

  • Dance style: Tap
  • Hometown: Coral Springs, FL

Makenzie Dustman

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Temecula, CA

Ay Yakima

  • Dance style: Jazz
  • Hometown: Northville, MI

Jasmine Harper

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Lawrenceville, GA

Brittany Chery

  • Dance style: Ballroom (Latin)
  • Hometown: Toluca Lake, CA

Jasmine Mason

  • Dance style: Jazz
  • Hometown: Placentia, CA

Mariah Spears

  • Dance style: Hip Hop
  • Hometown: Phoenix, AZ

Hayley Erbert

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Topeka, KS

Jenna Johnson

  • Dance style: Ballroom
  • Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT

Malece Miller

  • Dance style: Contemporary
  • Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

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