Friday, July 25, 2008

Holy Crap!


I think that everyone knows I love the show So You Think You Can Dance. It is my favorite!!! I love that so many styles of dance are performed -- everything from Krumping to the Fox Trot. There is such a great variety. I really think the show is a great ambassador for dance. Just look at the level of talent that it attracts and especially the choreographers that are willing to be a part of it.

Tonight I was completely shocked by the results! Almost from the beginning of the season I thought Will would be in the finals and that he should win the competition. I don't know what America was thinking, but tonight Will was cut from the competition. I absolutely cannot believe it! Seriously at this point I am sad that any of the guys have to go home, but I really did not think it would be Will. In fact, even when he was announced as one of the bottom two, I thought he would be safe. Tonight, I think America got it wrong on SYTYCD. And that is what I have to say about that!

6 comments:

Robb, Kris, Zack, & Bryce said...

SERIOUSLY! It made me grumpy all night. At least they got the girls right. Next week will be sad for the girls though...

estanworth said...

I agree- last night was so hard. I didn't want anyone but Comfort to leave. I really thought that Will would be in the final as well. Sad night for sure!!

Amy said...

I thought for sure it would be Mark or Joshua going home. Like you said, it is sad that any of the guys have to go, but I thought Will was going to win the whole thing. From here on out (now that Comfort is gone - finally!) I don't really have a favorite - I like them all! Next week will be sad as well - no matter who goes home.

ThatsKarlWithaK said...

Marl looked pretty surprised, too. He knew it should be HIM going home. Boo hoo for Will! --Jen

Marie said...

GRRRRRRRR!!!!!! AGHHHHHHHH!!!!! It really has ruined my week! Maybe I am too emotionally attached to the people on this show, but I think I am going to have to start voting... stupid stupid STUPID!

stanky said...

Carli, you may remember the gentle scolding I received from our seminary teacher in 10th grade... the title of your entry brought the memory back. "we don't say things like that in seminary" ha!