Following tonight’s live Results show, 10 dancers remain in the hunt to become Canada’s Favourite Dancer after GEISHA Chin, a Contemporary dancer from Toronto and JOEY Arrigo, a Contemporary dancer from Newmarket were sent home.
The Top 10 dancers have survived six vigorous weeks performing styles ranging from hip-hop to the quick step and house, to contemporary, theatre and rumba. Ranging in age from 19 to 29, the Top 10 represent Canada, with one dancer from New Brunswick, three dancers from Quebec and six dancers from Ontario. Along with the title of Canada’s Favourite Dancer, the winner takes home $100,000, and both the winner and runner-up will drive away with a brand new Chevrolet Cruze.
The Season 4 SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Top 10 describe in one word how they feel about making the Top 10:
- ADAM LoPapa, 19, a Jazz dancer from Woodbridge, ON – “Indescribable”
- CHRISTIAN Millette, 28, a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC – “Honoured”
- DENITSA Ikonomova, 24, a Ballroom dancer from Laval, QC – “Dreamlike”
- FRANÇOIS Pruneau, 26, a Ballroom dancer from Trois-Rivières, QC – “Joy”
- JORDAN Clark, 19, a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON – “Awestruck”
- LINDSAY Leuschner, 19, a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON – “Flabbergasted”
- MATT Marr, 20, a Contemporary dancer from Quispamsis, NB – “Amazed”
- MELISSA Mitro, 23, a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON – “Surreal”
- SHANE Simpson, 24, a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON – “Blessed”
- YULIYA Zavadska, 29, a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON – “Accomplished”