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"So You Think You Can Dance" Season 4 frenzy starts tonight

"So You Think You Can Dance" Season 4 frenzy starts tonight It's June, which means it's time for another season of "So You Think You Can Dance" and another round of odds on the winner. Tonight is the first episode of the popular dance competition, you can watch it at 8:00pm EST on Fox, when the top 20 finalists will compete for the quarter million up for grabs. The finalists of "So You Think You Can Dance" were revealed last week and are: Rayven Armijo, Comfort Fedoke, Courtney Galiano, Susie Garcia, Chelsie Hightower, Jessica King, Kourtni Lind, Kherington Payne, Katee Shean, Chelsea Traille, Joshua Allen, Jamie Bayard, Twitch Boss, Marquis Cunningham, Matt Dorame, Chris Jarosz, Thayne Jasperson, Mark Kanemura, Gev Manoukian and Will Wingfield. Since we have not had the joy of watching the 20 compete against each other yet, and neither have the odds makers, the opening round of betting odds at the online sportsbook BodogSports is focusing just on the gender of this year's "So You Think You Can Dance" show. The bookmaker is favoring a female contestant this time around with odds -130, while a male winner would pay out on odds -110. But don't worry, judging from last season's action, there would be plenty of odds for "So You Think You Can Dance" Season 4.

 As already mentioned, the dance competition will begin with the season premier tonight at 8:00pm, when the 20 finalists will be paired into 10 couples. Following the performance show, the viewers will be able to vote for their favorite couple. During the results episode, the three couples with the lowest score will be split and will have the chance to do a solo performance in front of the judges, who will select one male and one female to be eliminated from "So You Think You Can Dance". Simple as that, get your voting on.

 Published on 06/11/2008

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