‘So You Think You Can Dance’: Lex Ishimoto & Taylor Sieve excel in Mia Michaels contemporary routine [WATCH]

The Top 4 finalists on “So You Think You Can Dance” had their work cut out for them in the final competitive performance night of the season. They danced by themselves, in groups, with their all-stars, and with each of their three competitors. The contestant duets included on between frontrunners Lex Ishimoto and Taylor Sieve. They performed a moving contemporary routine to “You Matter to Me” by Sara Bareilles and Jason Mraz. It was choreographed by Mia Michaels, one of the show’s most famous choreographers and also one of its most decorated: she has won three Emmys for her work, in 2007, 2010, and 2011. Watch her latest routine above.

Going into Monday night’s jam-packed episode, Ishimoto and Sieve were the frontrunners to win season 14 of “SYTYCD.” Ishimoto led with odds of 4/5, while Sieve followed with odds of 13/5. When you put those two together there’s an 83% chance that one of them will win. And when you put them together on the dance floor they’re just as powerful. They previously performed a jazz routine together that Nigel Lythgoe raved was “one of the best dance routines ever” on the show. Ishimoto and Sieve actually knew each other before they ever set foot on “SYTYCD,” going on tour together with a dance convention.

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