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Edmond dancer is Top 20 finalist on “So You Think You Can Dance”

Melissa Hayer Published: June 28, 2012
Audrey Case of Edmond is a Top 20 Finalist on "So You Think You Can Dance." - Fox Photo
Audrey Case of Edmond is a Top 20 Finalist on "So You Think You Can Dance." - Fox Photo

 

The Top 20 finalists competing for America’s Favorite Male and Female Dancer on the current edition of the Fox reality competition series “So You Think You Can Dance” have been announced, and Edmond’s Audrey Case, 18, is among them.

Case’s dance specialty is jazz and she can be followed on Twitter at www.twitter.com/Dance9Audrey and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Dance9Audrey.

The other 19 finalists are: Girls – Alexa Anderson, Lindsay Arnold, Witney Carson,Janaya French, Eliana Girard, Amber Jackson, Janelle Issis, Amelia Lowe and Tiffany Maher; and Boys – Daniel Baker, Nick Bloxsom-Carter, Cole Horibe, Matthew Kazmierczak, Dareian Kujawa, George Lawrence II, Brandon Mitchell, Cyrus Spencer, Will Thomas and Chehon Wespi-Tschopp, according to a news release.

The Top 20 finalists will dance for the judges and America in the season’s first two-hour live performance show at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 11.

The Top 20 will be paired into 10 couples and work with world-renowned choreographers to create a dance routine representing their assigned genre, and, then, after the performances, viewers will have the chance to vote for their favorite dancers via phone, text and online, according to the information provided by Fox.

Viewers may visit www.fox.com/dance for more voting information.

On the first performance and results show the following week at 7 p.m. Wednesday July 18, the 10 couples will perform again, but in this week’s assigned genre.

Additionally, viewer votes from the previous week will be disclosed and at the end of the show, the six finalists made up of the bottom three guys and bottom three girls will be revealed and may be given a chance to perform solo routines.

The judges will then decide which dancers will remain and which two will be eliminated, and if couples are split apart, the dancers who stay will form new couples.

“So You Think You Can Dance” can be followed on Twitter @DanceonFOX and fans can join discussion on the show at #SYTYCD.

The series can be kept up with on Facebook at www.facebook.com/soyouthinkyoucandance.

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