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Only three contestants were featured in the finale, as opposed to the usual four.
On June 16, 2010—the first performance show—host Cat Deeley revealed that the phone numbers viewers needed to dial to vote for their favorite contestant(s) were changed to 1-888-6BEST## from the usual 1-866-TEMPO##, ## being the numerical order of the contestant.
It was announced in early 2011 that Mary Murphy would return as a permanent judge for season 8.
Judges: Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Adam Shankman, Toni Redpath, Lil' C, Tyce Diorio Day 1 kicks off with individual solos, Day 2 is hip-hop, Day 3 is cha-cha, Day 4 is broadway, Day 5 is group routines, Day 6 is Contemporary, and the final day is individual solos.
He managed to do it without looking crazy, one of his goals, to a disco song – maybe he’ll be one of the first to do well with disco should he make it onto the show – and impressed Lythgoe with his musicality. Next up was Eliana Girard, a contemporary dancer who attending the Joffrey Ballet School, and also danced and did aerial pole with Cirque du Soleil.
She blew Lythgoe away immediately with her long legs.
Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murhpy were joined by “Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Murphy laid down the law, which included “no booty shaking.” First to audition was Alexa Anderson, 19, who made it to Vegas last year but was cut in the top 20.
The judges certainly weren’t about to tell him to stop, with a brilliantly witty audition to “Somebody That I Used to Know,” immediately sending him to the choreography round. “That was absolutely stunning to watch,” said Lythgoe. “You know what, you know how to dance,” said Murphy, noting that she was skeptical when Horibe began. “It’s amazing what you can do with one of Cat Deely’s old earrings,” Ferguson said when Matz was done. Robert Roldan and Courtney Galiano, former SYTYCD contestants, were ready to take the remaining dancers through the choreography round.
“You have a mustache, you surf, and you tap…I’m bored,” yawned Ferguson jokingly. Murphy said she cared about Branch from the get-go and Ferguson commented on her likeability. “I don’t know what else you can do dance-wise,” Lythgoe said, and sent Matz off to wait for the choreography round. Jasmine Mason and Marshea Kidd were ready to dance again, after recovering from a car accident that happened six weeks ago. Many of the dancers sent there, including Matz and Anzalone, decided it was just too much.
The judges agreed she was a beautiful dancer, but needed to find freedom in her movement, and placed her in choreography. Matz provided the most unique audition of the season, dancing in his hoop, demonstrating his strength and balance.
“This is your destiny, to be a beautiful brilliant dancer…I am so sorry…your family wasn’t here,” said Ferguson to a teary Lenarz. Tap was the perfect medium for his ADHD as a child, he said, especially when he realized no one was telling him to stop making noise. Martial artist and dancer Cole Horibe was ready to bring his shaman to the stage, with powerful moves and music, eliciting a “wow” from the judges. “I have never seen that before,” Murphy commented to Ferguson during the audition.
She certainly used them effectively, stretching through in her leaps.