So You Think You Can Dance: Season 10, Week 13 :: The Top 10 Perform/2 Eliminated

This week on So You Think You Can Dance (Season 10, Week 13), the top 10 dancers partner up with the all-stars! Read Kidzworld’s recap of the “The Top 10 Perform/2 Eliminated” which aired on August 13, 2013, to discover what you missed. Back to Article

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jazzerina wrote:
2013-08-16 06:32:27 -0700

I loved all of Mandy Moore's choreography!

jordand08 wrote:
2013-08-14 21:24:40 -0700


Macbarbie09 wrote:
2013-08-14 11:55:26 -0700

Amy and Brandon.

JennyD wrote:
2013-08-14 11:53:21 -0700

Oh this was yesterday

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