July 2011

It was revealed live tonight after a contentious judges debate that Dwayne “Boneless” Gulston (23), a Hip-Hop and Popping dancer from Toronto, ON and Teya Wild (23), a Hip-Hop dancer from North Vancouver, BC, would be the next two dancers leaving the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA stage.

The results were revealed after host Leah Miller announced the three couples with the lowest number of votes who then had the opportunity to dance for their lives. The 16 remaining dancers will take to the stage on Monday, August 1 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to ctv.ca to confirm local listings).

The bottom three couples who performed their solos for Canada this week were GEISHA Chin (19), a Contemporary dancer from Toronto, ON and ADAM LoPapa (19), a Jazz dancer from Woodbridge, ON who performed a “glow in the dark” Jazz routine; YULIYA Zavadska (29), a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON and FRANÇOIS Pruneau (26), a Ballroom dancer from Trois-Rivières, QC, who danced a sizzling mambo routine; and “BONELESS” and TEYA who performed an hard-hitting Krump routine.

Following the reveal, each dancer had the opportunity to dance for their lives before the judges. After a lengthy deliberation and heated debate, the judges decided that “BONELESS” and TEYA would be the next two dancers eliminated from the competition.

Opening tonight’s show was a dramatic Argentinian tango group number choreographed by Toronto native and world renowned Broadway choreographer, Sergio Trujillo. The theatre-inspired routine featured the Top 18 dancers dominating the stage with tango duets and acrobatic stunts with scarves to the music “El Tango De Roxanne” by Jose Feliciano and “No Pregunto Cuantos Son” by Bojofondo.   

Performing next week on Monday, August 1 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to ctv.ca to confirm local listings) in front of judges Jean Marc Genereux and Tré Armstrong as well as guest judges Sergio Trujillo and Dan Karaty are:

1.      Adam LoPapa (19), a Jazz dancer from Woodbridge, ON

2.      Carlena Britch (20), a Hip-Hop and Locking dancer from Vancouver, BC

3.      Christian Millette (28), a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC

4.      Denitsa Ikonomova (24), a Ballroom dancer from Laval, QC

5.      Francois Pruneau (26), a Ballroom dancer from Trois-Rivières, QC

6.      Geisha Chin (19), a Contemporary dancer from Toronto, ON

7.      Joey Arrigo (19), a Contemporary dancer from Newmarket, ON

8.      Jordan Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON

9.      JP Dube (19), a Hip-Hop dancer from Montreal, QC

10. Kevin Howe (22), a Contemporary dancer from Ottawa, ON

11. Lindsay Leuschner (19), a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON

12. Matt Marr (20), a Contemporary from Quispamsis, NB

13. Melissa Mitro (23), a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON

14. Shane Simpson (23), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON

15. Shelaina Anderson (20), a Contemporary dancer from Edmonton, AB

16. Yuliya Zavadska (29), a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON


Next week, the Top 16 will work with choreographers Luther Brown, Sean Cheesman, Sabrina Matthews, Sho-Tyme, Gustavo Vargas, Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin, and Season 1 winner Nico Archambault with his choreography partner Wynn Holmes.

For anyone who missed tonight’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Results show, an encore airs on MuchMusic Friday, August 5 at 7 p.m. ET. Weekly encores of the Performance and Results shows air back-to-back Fridays at 7 p.m. ET on MuchMusic (visit muchmusic.com to confirm local broadcast times).  

10:00pm – Tuesday, July 26 on CTV

Lucrezia (Holliday Grainger) asks Giulia (Lotte Verbeek) to help her prepare for her wedding day. However, she is devastated when informed of her father’s decision that her mother Vanozza (Joanne Whalley) is not allowed to attend the wedding. While keeping tabs on Della Rovere (Colm Feore), Cesare (Francois Arnaud) sends a spy to follow him to Florence where the Cardinal is seeking cooperation from the powerful and staggeringly rich Medici family.

Tuesday, July 26 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

Seven soldiers brought into the trauma bays await the arrival of their “lucky charm,” 19 year-old Private Henry Flax. The unknown fate of Private Flax and a much needed medical CT scanner in the OR keeps everyone on edge. Meanwhile, Rebecca reveals she is jealous of Bobby’s recent successes.

Tuesday, July 26 at 9pm ET/PT (8CT, 9MT) ***LIVE*** on Citytv

Judging is turned over to the American viewing audience as 12 of the top 48 acts perform live in Los Angeles for the chance to win the $1 million prize and become the most talented act in America. Howie Mandel, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne star as the celebrity panel of judges and Nick Cannon hosts.

9:00pm – Tuesday, July 26 on /A

Also airs at 10 p.m. AT on /A Atlantic and 10 p.m. MT on ACCESS

The Top 8 cooks compete in the next gruelling challenge to prove to the judges they have what it takes to advance to the next round.

9:00pm – Tuesday, July 26 on CTV

It’s anybody’s game to win with $50,000 on the line. Players are attached to an anchor and sunk in the ocean, launched out of a World War II cannon into the harbor, dropped high off a steaming ship into shark infested waters, and dumped into the ocean in a cart full of fish. The lucky four who survive each round face a ten-story drop from The Tower for a chance to win the grand prize.

Tuesday, July 26 – 9pm ET/PT on Global

After their initial misunderstanding over banana bread, Jodie (guest star Michelle Trachtenberg) moves in with her new flame Charlie (guest star Bret Harrison) , but their domestic bliss is quickly interrupted when the realize Charlie has bedbugs. Meanwhile, an act of heroism turns into a debate over loyalties when Judd keeps a neighbor from choking.

Tuesday, July 26 at 8pm ET/PT/MT (7CT) on Citytv

Carrie and Elise continue to butt heads and frustrations flare on the Red Team after the loss of their first member. The next morning, the chefs are feeling a little cooped up when they discover they’ll have to chase and catch chickens to determine which ingredients they’ll be able to use for the next challenge – preparing four chicken dishes using a different cooking method for each. The winners will land a coveted feature in People Magazine alongside Chef Ramsay. That night, the chefs prepare to serve some very special guests during dinner service – world champion volleyball players Misty May Treanor and Jen Kessy and Olympic gold-medal swimmers Mark Spitz and Janet Evans. But, once again, things are off to a rough start with rubbery scallops and raw Wellingtons – food not fit for champion athletes.

8:00pm – Tuesday, July 26 on CTV

The bottom three couples are revealed and dance for their lives before the judges decide which two dancers will be leaving the competition.

The wait is over and the chase is on as thetrackerhimself, Terry Grant, sets his sights and scents on all-new prey – recently retired CFLer and Canadian Olympic bobsledder Jesse Lumsden and fellow Canadian Olympic bobsledder Justin Kripps.

Tune in to see if these athletes have what it takes to slide past the finish line in time when the OLN original series Mantracker returns Sunday, August 7 at 9 pm ET/PT. Want to relive the season? OLN re-airs the first six episodes of the new season on Sunday, August 7 from 10am to 8pm ET/PT.

Lumsden and Kripps like a challenge. After all, their sport requires them to slide down an ice track at 150+kms an hour. But for their next test, they’re swapping ice for woodlands as they attempt to evade Mantracker in the northern landscape of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. With hometown hero and veteran sidekick Phil Lemieux by his side, Mantracker is determined not to let these two give him the slip.

Follow Terry Grant in season six with 12 action-packed episodes. Then, get ready for season seven when a new Mantrackersteps up to the challenge!