So You Think You Can Dance’ episode 9: Which contestant and all-star had the best routine?

On the second live show of this season of “So You Think You Can Dance,” the top 10 each danced twice twice — once on their own and in a second appearance with their all-star partner. One of these finalists did not make the cut as determined by the vote count from last week’s show. Read more about that in our recap of the August 14 episode of “SYTYCD.”

Next week’s elimination will be based on the public vote from this week’s shows. Which of the 10 finalists do you think did the best in their routine with their respective all-star? Vote in our poll below and weigh in with your thoughts in the comments section.

Robert Green and Jasmine Harper‘s did a contemporary dance routine choreographed by Stacey Tookey to the song “Otherside” by Perfume Genius;

Logan Hernandez and Allison Holker did a jazz dance routine choreographed by Brian Friedman to the song “In the Morning” by Jaded;

Lex Ishimoto and Gaby Diaz did an Argentine tango dance routine choreographed by Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo to the song “Rojo y Negro” by Ryōta Komatsu;

Koine Iwasaki and Marko Germar did an African jazz dance routine choreographed by Sean Cheesman to the song “Speaking in Tongues II” by Sheila Chandra.

Inyoung “Dassy” Lee and Fik-shun‘s did a Bollywood dance routine choreographed by Nakul Dev Mahajan to the song “Radha Nachegi” from the “Tevar” soundtrack.

Kaylee Millis and Cyrus Spencer did a hip-hop dance routine choreographed by Phoenix and Pharside to the song “I’m Better” by Missy Elliot featuring Lamb;

Kiki Nyemchek and Jenna Johnson‘s did a hip hop dance routine choreographed by from Luther Brown to the song “Caroline” by Amine;

Taylor Sieve and Robert Roldan did a Broadway dance routine choroegraphed by Al Blackstone to “The Man That Got Away” by Judy Garland;

Sydney Tormey and Paul Karmiryan did a contemporary dance routine choreographed byJaci Royal  to the song “The Letting Go” by Melissa Etheridge;

Mark Villaver and Comfort Fedoke did a jazz dance routine choreographed by Ray Leeper to the song “Hater” by Various Production;


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