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What happens when a comedy heavyweight, his brethren of Canadian and international showbiz friends, and a requisite frozen pond surrounded by lit-up Christmas trees collide?

One heck of a Christmas special, that’s what! Anchoring its holiday lineup, CTV presents the world premiere of the original Canadian production A RUSSELL PETERS CHRISTMAS in the hottest timeslot of the week, Thursday, Dec. 1 at 9 p.m. ET on CTV and CTV Mobile.

The special is also the centrepiece of the holiday schedule on The Comedy Network, premiering there on Saturday, Dec. 10 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Helping Peters make merriment in A RUSSELL PETERS CHRISTMAS are Michael Bublé, Pamela Anderson, Ted Lange, Faizon Love, Jon Lovitz, Goapele, Scott Thompson and his own mother and baby daughter.

Inspired by the variety shows of yesteryear, Peters puts his own irreverent twist on the Christmas special, making it unlike anything viewers have seen before.

Along with the obligatory carolers, winter wonderland setting, and cheesy glad tidings, A RUSSELL PETERS CHRISTMAS features legendary comedians, lingerie models, Pamela Anderson as the Virgin Mary, and the bartender from THE LOVE BOAT.

With a mix of Russell Peters stand-up; hilarious sketch featuring guest stars and Peters’ own mother, Maureen and baby daughter, Crystianna; stop-motion animation reminiscent of a Rankin/Bass classic (set in Bramalea, no less); and show-stopping musical performances including the incomparable Michale Bublé, it’s a holiday special like no other.

Following the CTV debut and leading up to the Comedy premiere of the holiday special, the Peters antics continue with two other specials, RUSSELL PETERS: RED, WHITE AND BROWN (Nov. 26 at 10 p.m. ET/PT) and the Canadian television debut of RUSSELL PETERS: THE GREEN CARD TOUR, LIVE FROM THE O2 ARENA (Dec. 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on Comedy.

A RUSSELL PETERS CHRISTMAS is produced by Round 2 It Entertainment and CPI Pictures in association with Insight Productions and Bell Media. Russell Peters and Clayton Peters are Executive Producers/Producers. Insight Productions’ John Brunton and Barbara Bowlby are Executive Producers. Shannon Farr is Supervising Producer and Henry Sarwer-Foner is Director. For Bell Media, Corrie Coe is the Senior Vice-President, Independent Production; Sarah Fowlie is the Director, Independent Production; and Jake Labow is Production Executive.

As Canada’s Got Talent’s Live Theatre Audition Tour gets underway this week, Citytv today announced the host and remaining judges for the highly-anticipated talent competition.

Breakfast Television Toronto’s Dina Pugliese will host the original Canadian reality series, while prominent soprano Measha Brueggergosman and distinguished musician Stephan Moccio join internationally-renowned Martin Short on the judging panel.

A native of Woodbridge, Ont., Pugliese brings more than 10 years of television experience to her new role on Canada’s Got Talent.

The current co-host of Canada’s #1 morning show, Breakfast Television Toronto on Citytv, Pugliese is well-known for her charismatic and engaging on-screen presence.

Prior to joining BT in 2006, she appeared in numerous programs, including MuchMusic VJ Search – The Series, for which she earned a hosting Gemini Award nomination; Canada’s Next Top Model, where she served as guest judge; and Citytv’s Canada’s New Year’s Eve Bash, as co-host of the annual live show.

In addition to entertainment hosting duties on various programs, such as Toronto Today, The A-List, and Star! Daily, she also has a breadth of producing and writing experience from her early start on Toronto Today and The Bynon Show.

Measha Brueggergosman is most well-known for her stunning soprano voice. Astounding audiences the world over with her powerful and superb gift, she is critically acclaimed by the international press for her innate musicianship and stage presence. The Juno Award-winning soloist from Fredericton, NB, has performed extensively in famed music halls around the world, including London’s Wigmore Hall, Roy Thomson Hall, Carnegie Hall, Spivey Hall, the Kennedy Center and the Palais des Beaux-Arts, to name a few. She has captivated audiences in such roles as Madame Lidoine in Dialogues des Carmélites for Vancouver Opera; as Elektra in Idomeneo at Toronto’s Opera Atelier; and as Sister Rose in Dead Man Walking. Plus, Brueggergosman has performed for international dignitaries and royalty, such as Queen Elizabeth II, Prince of Wales, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, Queen Sonja of Norway, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, Nelson Mandela and Kofi Annan.

Also serving as celebrity judge on Canada’s Got Talent is celebrated composer, pianist and producer Stephan Moccio. Originally from St. Catharines, Ont., Moccio created the broadcast theme hit, I Believe, for the Canadian coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, and counts it as one of the highlights throughout his illustrious career. As a highly sought-after music creator, Moccio has worked with internationally-renowned artists, including Céline Dion, Sarah Brightman, Josh Groban, Olivia Newton-John, Hayley Westenra and Gladys Knight. He is a recent Juno Award winner and Gemini Award nominee, and has sold more than 18 million records worldwide. Most recently, Moccio composed and produced the new theme music for Sportsnet and a new theme song for Canada’s Walk of Fame.

“We’re thrilled to unveil this talented and dynamic cast for the inaugural season of Canada’s Got Talent,” said Ed Robinson, Executive Producer, Canada’s Got Talent, Rogers Media. “The powerhouse combination of internationally-celebrated Canadians Martin Short, Measha Brueggergosman and Stephan Moccio, along with charming and engaging host Dina Pugliese, puts Canada’s Got Talent in good stead to uncover the nation’s most promising and talented acts.”

“Measha and Stephan joining Marty will create a judging panel that is second to none,” said John Brunton, Executive Producer, Canada’s Got Talent, Insight Productions. “Dina is the perfect host with loads of experience, her razor-sharp wit and stunning beauty will be a perfect accompaniment to this panel. Add to this mix the most talented Canadians in this country, and you’ve got a recipe for endless entertainment.”

The host and judges embark on the Canada’s Got Talent Live Theatre Audition Tour beginning tomorrow in Calgary, the first of six cities to see the short-list of talented performers who came out in unprecedented numbers for the first round of auditions. Tickets for the tour are available through www.canadasgottalent.com.

 

Canada’s Got Talent – Live Theatre Audition Tour Schedule

 

Calgary: October 18 & 19, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Vancouver: November 9 & 10, The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts

Toronto: December 3, 4 & 5, John W. H. Bassett Theatre (Metro Toronto Convention Centre)

Winnipeg: December 13 & 14, Pantages Playhouse Theatre

Halifax: January 5 & 6, Rebecca Cohn Auditorium (Dalhousie University Arts Centre)

Montreal: January 11 & 12, Théâtre Outremont

*all dates and venues are subject to change

With more than 40 years in show business, Emmy® and Tony Award®-winning Canadian icon Martin Short will take a seat at the judges’ desk for Citytv’s original series, Canada’s Got Talent. The announcement was made earlier this morning on Breakfast Television and Rogers Radio stations across the country.

Short, who grew up in Hamilton, Ont., has entertained millions around the world in movies, on stage and on television. He is one of Canada’s funniest exports, and now he’s coming home to help find Canada’s most talented performer. Short’s versatility is outstanding, successfully portraying dramatic and musical characters throughout his illustrious career. As part of the judging panel, he will provide invaluable advice to the competitors. 

“Don’t take it personally…it’s only show business,” said Short of his new role as a judge on Canada’s Got Talent. “And if you’ve ever seen me perform, you’ll know that my personal motto is ‘always leave the audience wanting less.’”

From his early years in Toronto with The Second City and SCTV, Short has created a collection of hilarious and unforgettable characters, some of which were later immortalized during his tenure on Saturday Night Live. In addition to his impersonations of celebrities, such as Jerry Lewis and Katharine Hepburn, memorable characters include the wonderfully nerdy Ed Grimley and the lovably odd Hollywood interviewer Jiminy Glick. Short has won two Emmy Awards for his work with SCTV and was most recently nominated for his role on the hit FX series Damages.

On the big screen, Short has starred in countless hit films, such as Three Amigos, Father of the Bride, Captain Ron, Mars Attacks! and Innerspace. He is also a highly-praised Broadway star, receiving a Tony Award in 1999 for Best Actor in the musical Little Me. Short has achieved great success influencing a generation of performers, both in Canada and around the world.

In 2000, Short received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame and in 1994 he was awarded this country’s highest civilian honour, The Order of Canada.

“Martin Short is one of Canada’s all-time favourite artists and his quick wit, enthusiasm and comedic ingenuity are legendary,” said Ed Robinson, Executive Producer, Canada’s Got Talent, Rogers Media Television. “He is an influential and proud Canadian who never forgot his roots, and we are ecstatic to have him as a judge on Canada’s Got Talent.”

“Marty’s the classic triple threat,” said John Brunton, Executive Producer, Canada’s Got Talent, Insight Productions. “He’s one of the most accomplished comedians in history. He’s conquered Broadway and Hollywood, winning Emmys and Tonys, and he has one of the funniest wits in showbiz. We’re thrilled that Marty will be coming home for Canada’s Got Talent.”

Short will be joined on Canada’s Got Talent by two additional high-profile judges and a well-known host, all of whom will be announced in the coming days.

Tim Hortons is proud to be a founding partner of Canada’s Got Talent.  Tim Hortons’ sponsorship components are multiplatform in their execution and extend across a myriad of Rogers media platforms.

Citytv invites Canadians to join in on the action when the biggest talent search in the country rolls into town in a theatre near you! Beginning mid-October, Canada’s Got Talent hits the road once again for its second cross-country trek, stopping in six cities for the Live Theatre Audition Tour. 

The tour stops in Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, Winnipeg, Halifax and Montreal, and will feature the most talented and entertaining acts from the first round of auditions earlier in the year. Canada’s Got Talent premieres on Citytv in Spring 2012.

Viewers and listeners can tune in to Citytv, Breakfast Television and Rogers Radio stations in local markets for a chance to win tickets to the Live Theatre Audition Tour. In addition, tickets are also available free of charge at www.canadasgottalent.com. Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis, with limited availability.

 

Canada’s Got Talent – Live Theatre Audition Tour Schedule:

 

Calgary

October 18 & 19

Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

 

Vancouver

November 9 & 10

The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts

 

Toronto

December 3, 4 & 5

John W. H. Bassett Theatre (Metro Toronto Convention Centre)

 

Winnipeg

December 13 & 14

Pantages Playhouse Theatre

 

Halifax

January 5 & 6

Rebecca Cohn Auditorium (Dalhousie University Arts Centre)

 

Montreal

January 11 & 12

Théâtre Outremont

 

It starts tomorrow.  Possibly one of the biggest, most anticipated shows of the last decade.  Simon Cowell returns to US television with not only the biggest prize a reality TV show has ever offered, but the hopes that he can dwarf the mamoth ratings machine that was his former employer – American Idol.

It’s a different show, and yet somewhat the same.  Tens of thousands of wannabe pop stars vying for the chance to make it big and walk away with a recording contract and a large wad of cash.  In this instance, however, the four judges play a much bigger part in the game as once the auditions are over, they compete head to head against each other to try and get one of their finalists to the end.

I’m pretty sure Mr Cowell would have been a little upset at The Voice for pinching that aspect of uniqueness and getting to air first but I doubt the ratings will be remotely close.  Cowell has the uncanny ability to draw in an audience who seem to live to watch his brutal honesty and impeccable talent compass uncover the next big music sensation.

How it must be for the other judges sitting next to him knowing his successes, despite their own, are just so much bigger.  Add to that his net worth and it must quickly become a game of ego.  Beat one of the most successful businessmen in music at his own game on the first series of The X Factor in the USA and it would be epic.  

But picking which acts to put through is where it really counts.  You obviously want the best people but as a judge, you want your acts to be better than the rest.  When you take 6 away to spend some time with them and prepare to cut them down to 3, it becomes a bit of a game of poker.  What acts are the other judges going to choose?  How strong will they be? Can my acts out perform them? Or do they just pick the best from the group they have and close their eyes and hope and pray for the best from the hand they’ve been dealt.

Time will certainly tell which show can deliver the biggest audience.  Either way, both FOX and CTV will be happy.

Fans of the Got Talent franchise can also look forward to the launch of Citytv’s new original series, Canada’s Got Talent, coming to the prime time schedule in Spring 2012.

Auditions for Canada’s Got Talent kicked off this month in Winnipeg and Edmonton with next stops in Vancouver (Sept. 19-20), Montreal (Sept. 23-24), Toronto (Sept. 27-30) and Halifax (Oct. 11-12).

Full details, rules and regulations, and sign-up forms are available at www.canadasgottalent.com.

After nine thrilling weeks of competition, Canada has watched her rise to the top mastering every dance style thrown her way, and after tonight’s dance-packed SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA fourth season finale, CTV congratulates JORDAN on becoming Canada’s Favourite Dancer.

After 1.6 million votes were cast on Monday night, host Leah Miller announced live this evening that JORDAN Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON has become Canada’s Favourite Dancer, also claiming the prize of $100,000, and a brand new Chevrolet Cruze.

Fellow Top 6 finalist MELISSA Mitro (23), a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON was declared the Season 4 runner-up and also receives a brand new Chevrolet Cruze. Like last season, the runner-up will receive $10,000, and the remaining four competitors will receive $5,000 each from the Ivan Fecan and Sandra Faire Dance Fund.

JORDAN and MELISSA, along with the other Top 6 finalists MATT Marr (20), a Contemporary dancer from Quispamsis, NB, LINDSAY Leuschner (19), a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON; SHANE Simpson (24), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON and CHRISTIAN Millette (28), a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC, graced the stage with all Top 22 competitors for the dance-filled two-hour live broadcast on CTV. 

After her impressive and strong audition in Toronto, JORDAN, who auditioned for the show for the first time this season, perfected everything from theatre to hip-hop to salsa. Having previously participated in various competitions and working with notable performers including The Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Ashley Tisdale and Shawn Desman, Jordan says her biggest accomplishment to date was making Top 22 for SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA which is will now be replaced with winning the coveted title of Canada’s favourite dancer for Season 4 of series. Best known for her modesty and ability to commit herself completely in every dance genre thrown at her since the start of the competition, JORDAN has been a favourite of the judges and fans since day one. 

For anyone who missed tonight’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA finale, an encore airs on MuchMusic Friday, September 16 at 6 p.m. ET (visit muchmusic.com to confirm local broadcast times).

Earlier tonight on CTV, the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA judges announced live that FRANÇOIS Pruneau (26), a Ballroom dancer from Trois-Rivières, QC, and YULIYA Zavadska (29), a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON were eliminated from SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA.

The eight remaining dancers will take to the stage on Monday, August 29 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to ctv.ca to confirm local listings).

The three girls and three guys who received the lowest number of votes following last night’s countrywide poll were girls YULIYA, MELISSA and DENITSA, and guys ADAM, CHRISTIAN and FRANÇOIS.

With voting now based on individual competitors instead of couples, each dancer had the opportunity to perform a solo of their choice, but for two competitors, it would be their last chance to dance for the country. In the end, it was announced live that FRANÇOIS and YULIYA would be going home.

Opening tonight’s show was a contemporary group number choreographed by Sabrina Matthews. Dancing a raw and emotionally charged routine about guilt, the Top 10 poured their hearts out on the stage to “Heavy in Your Arms” by Florence + The Machine.

Performing next week on Monday, August 29 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to ctv.ca to confirm local listings) in front of judges Jean Marc Genereux, Tré Armstrong and Blake McGrath, as well as guest judge Mary Murphy are:

 

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

2.      CHRISTIAN Millette (28), a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC

3.      DENITSA Ikonomova (24), a Ballroom dancer from Laval, QC

4.      JORDAN Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON

5.      LINDSAY Leuschner (19), a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON

6.      MATT Marr (20), a Contemporary from Quispamsis, NB

7.      MELISSA Mitro (23), a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON

8.      SHANE Simpson (24), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON

 

Next week for the performance show, the Top 8 will work with choreographers Luther Brown, Stacey Tookey, Gustavo Vargas and Melissa Williams, as well as SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA alumni Danny Arbour, who will be choreographing a Top 8 group number. Choreographer Sean Cheesman will also work with the Top 8 for a group number to air during the results show on Tuesday, August 30 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV.

For anyone who missed tonight’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Results show, an encore airs on MuchMusic Friday, August 26 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).  

It was revealed live tonight that CARLENA Britch (20), a Hip-Hop and Locking dancer from Vancouver, BC and JP Dubé (19), a Hip-Hop dancer from Montreal, QC would be leaving the SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA stage.

The results were revealed live during tonight’s broadcast after host Leah Miller revealed the three couples with the lowest number of votes. The 12 remaining dancers will take to the stage on Monday, August 15 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 JOEY Arrigo (19), a Contemporary dancer from Newmarket, ON who performed an emotionally charged Contemporary routine; YULIYA Zavadska (29), a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON and JP who danced a red-hot Hip-Hop routine; and CARLENA and SHANE Simpson (24), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON, who danced a angst-filled Contemporary routine.

Following the reveal, each dancer had the opportunity to dance for their lives before the judges deliberated and decided that CARLENA and JP would be the next two dancers eliminated from the competition.

Opening tonight’s show was a jazz-rock group number choreographed by Melissa Williams. The sexy and edgy routine had the Top 14 dancing about love and rumours to Adele’s “Rumour Has It.”

Performing next week on Monday, August 15 at 8 p.m. ET on CTV (go to ctv.ca to confirm local listings) in front of judges Jean Marc Genereux, Tré Armstrong, Luther Brown and Blake McGrath as well as guest judge Mary Murphy are:

 

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

2.      CHRISTIAN Millette (28), a Ballroom dancer from Montreal, QC

3.      DENITSA Ikonomova (24), a Ballroom dancer from Laval, QC

4.      FRANÇOIS Pruneau (26), a Ballroom dancer from Trois-Rivières, QC

5.      GEISHA Chin (19), a Contemporary dancer from Toronto, ON

6.      JOEY Arrigo (19), a Contemporary dancer from Newmarket, ON

7.      JORDAN Clark (19), a Contemporary dancer from Tottenham, ON

8.      LINDSAY Leuschner (19), a Contemporary dancer from Stouffville, ON

9.      MATT Marr (20), a Contemporary from Quispamsis, NB

10. MELISSA Mitro (23), a Contemporary dancer from Richmond Hill, ON

11. SHANE Simpson (24), a Jazz dancer from Thornhill, ON

12. YULIYA Zavadska (29), a Latin dancer from Toronto, ON

 

Next week, the Top 12 will work with choreographers Sabrina Matthews, Sean Cheesman, Sho-tyme and SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA alumni Danny Arbour and Francis Lafreniere and Claudia Primeau.

For anyone who missed tonight’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA Results show, an encore airs on MuchMusic Friday, August 12 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).  

For up to date information, visit dance.CTV.ca, the official online portal for SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE CANADA. The website gets fans up close and personal with their favourite dancers, judges and choreographers through exclusive photo galleries and blogs, while also providing news, episode recaps, a music guide, quizzes, forums and more. New this season, the website gives viewers even more exclusive backstage access with behind-the-scenes hosted videos including interviews with the judges, choreographers and more. The site will also feature various contests throughout the season, and fans can find weekly episode highlights on the CTV Video Player at CTV.ca.

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).