Was Hayley Erbert on Sytycd?


Was Hayley Erbert on Sytycd?

Hayley Erbert is a contestant on season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance. Her genre is Contemporary. She was eliminated on August 27, 2013.

What year was Fik shun on Sytycd?


Season 10
Season Run May 14, 2013 – September 10, 2013
Judges Nigel Lythgoe Mary Murphy
Host(s) Cat Deeley
Winner(s): Amy Yakima Fik-Shun Stegall

Where is Kent Boyd today?

Kent is currently a dancer of Entity Dance company under the direction of Will Johnston and Marissa Osato. With a fun, high-energy, and often absurdist style, Kent’s work transports you to another world.

How old is FikShun?

27 years (September 2, 1994)
Dushaunt Fik-Shun Stegall/Age

Was Kent Boyd on shake it up?

Kent Boyd is a dancer from the Fox show So You Think You Can Dance. He later appeared in Season 2, first in the episode Shake It Up, Up & Away as a background dancer during Bring the Fire. He again appeared, playing a fellow Shake It Up, Chicago! dancer named Kent in the episode Reality Check It Up.

Who are the finalists on SYTYCD Season 6?

The season 6 finalist performed on Smash and Glee. She also got to go on tour with Janet Jackson. She now teaches and is a choreographer at Broadway Dance Center. The dancer got an Emmy for his season 3 choreography of “The Flower and the Hummingbird” on the show.

Who are the top 10 dancers on SYTYCD Season 3?

The dancer got an Emmy for his season 3 choreography of “The Flower and the Hummingbird” on the show. He has since founded a dance company called “Quest Crew” which won on America’s Best Dance Crew. He choreographed a lot of LMFAO’s videos including “Sexy and I Know It.” The Top 10 contestant on season 3 has moved on to big things.

Who is on So You Think you can Dance Tour?

As the name implies, the ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Live! tour is an extension of the long-running Fox TV series. Each year, top contestants from the show’s most recent season go on the road and perform in front of live audiences.

What kind of dance do they do on SYTYCD?

‘SYTYCD’ doubles as a spotlight showcase for promising dancers specializing in various styles (hip-hop, jazz, contemporary), who then show off their best moves via group, pair, and individual dance performances. Each week, judges whittle down the field of competitors, before crowning one person the winner.