Where Are These 'So You Think You Can Dance' Fan Faves Now? (PHOTOS)

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So You Think You Can Dance Alums
Melanie Moore, Jeanine Mason, and Du-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall on Instagram
Stephen “tWitch” Boss
Stephen “tWitch” Boss on Instagram

Stephen “tWitch” Boss

Boss may be the most high-profile SYTYCD alum. After coming in second place in Season 4, he joined The Ellen DeGeneres Show as DJ in 2014 and followed DeGeneres to the game show Ellen’s Game of Games. Twitch, who’s married to fellow SYTYCD alum Alison Holker, also appeared in the 2015 film Magic Mike XXL.

Witney Carson
Witney Carson on Instagram

Witney Carson

Carson, the Season 9 runner-up, has served as a pro on Dancing With the Stars since 2014 and won the Mirrorball Trophy alongside Alfonso Ribeiro that same year. Her work on that season also earned her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Choreography.

Neil Haskell
Neil Haskell on Instagram

Neil Haskell

Haskell, who placed third in Season 3, starred in the Broadway’s Bring It On: The Musical, before joining Hamilton—another Lin-Manuel Miranda production—as a swing performer. These days, he’s starring as King George in Hamilton’s North American tour.

Jeanine Mason
Jeanine Mason on Instagram

Jeanine Mason

This Season 5 champ also went into acting, recurring in Bunheads and Grey’s Anatomy before landing her current role as Liz Ortecho, the lead of the CW reboot Roswell, New Mexico.

Melanie Moore
Melanie Moore on Instagram

Melanie Moore

Like Haskell, this Season 8 winner also headed to the Great White Way after SYTYCD, starring on Broadway as Peter Pan in Finding Neverland, Chava in Fiddler on the Roof, and Ermengarde in Hello Dolly!

Derek Piquette
Derek Piquette on Instagram

Derek Piquette

Piquette, a standout from Season 12, went on to compete on the third season of NBC’s World of Dance and star as the Trickster in the Cirque du Soleil show Koozå.

Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval
Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval on Instagram

Dominic “D-Trix” Sandoval

After breaking out in SYTYCD’s third season, Sandoval and his fellow Season 3 alum Hokuto “Hok” Konishi won the third season of America’s Best Dance Crew with their dance troupe, Quest Crew. Last year, SYTYCD brought Sandoval back as a Season 16 judge.

Du-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall
Du-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall on Instagram

Du-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall

Like Piquette, Season 10’s male winner also competed on World of Dance, making it to “The Cut” of Season 1. He’s a breakout star on YouTube now, starring in videos that rack up millions of views.

Travis Wall
Travis Wall on Instagram

Travis Wall

Season 2’s runner-up has become of SYTYCD’s most talented choreographers, earning an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Choreography every year since 2011, including two wins. He’s also the brother of Season 3 runner-up Danny Tidwell.

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Fox renewed So You Think You Can Dance for a 17th season this month and announced that anyone wanting to be America’s next favorite dancer can audition in Los Angeles, Miami, and New York City this spring.

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Plus, the show she misses most and the person on TV who makes her laugh most.

The dance competition series has racked up 16 Emmy Awards so far and launched the careers of TV actors, Broadway stars, and many (many) Dancing With the Stars pros. Check out the gallery above to get updates on some of the show’s fan-favorite contestants from seasons past.

So You Think You Can Dance, Season 17 Premiere, Summer 2020, Fox