This season's Top Eight finalists perform with new SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE All-Star partners.
The top 10 finalists perform with the all-stars.
The top 14 finalists battle to stay in the competition.
The top 16 finalists compete to stay in the competition.
The top 18 finalists await their destiny.
The top 20 finalists await their fate.
The top 20 dancers perform for the first time for America's vote.
The search for "America's Favorite Dancer" continues with callbacks week.
The search for "America's Favorite Dancer" continues from Atlanta.
The search for "America's Favorite Dancer" continues in Los Angeles and Philadelphia.
The incredible auditions continue in Chicago and Los Angeles.
Season 11 debuts with a two-hour premiere event showcasing America’s most talented dancers during the audition rounds.
Alexander shows you his signature Ballet move.
Clarice shows off her signature move.
The Philadelphia auditions saw this talented dancer astonish the judges and the audience with his dramatic, gravity-defying performance.
Valerie and Ricky perform a Contemporary routine choreographed by Travis Wall.
Brooklyn and Casey perform an Argentine Tango routine choreographed by Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo.
Ashley's signature move is full of attitude.
Marko looks forward to performing without all the pressure.
As the cameras continue to roll, contestants continue their farewells.
Learn how to do Chris's Hip Hop signature move.
The Poreotics represent popping and robotics and find their inspiration through the mechanics of most things non-human.
A Great Big World returns to the SYTYCD stage this week for a live performance of its mega-hit, "Say Something."
Carly and Serge perform a Hip Hop routine choreographed by Luther Brown.
Jess will get to visit two hometowns.
Chemistry proved to be the downfall for Week 5 contestants.
Find out how the remaining guys felt about their routines from last week.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!