TEN Launches So You Think You Can Dance website

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To coincide with the television premiere of the Australian version of So You Think You Can Dance, TEN have launched a new website showcasing video from the show, exclusive behind the scenes content, interviews with judges, weekly recaps, as well as online community features, competitions, music, and contestant information. The site will evolve as the television show progresses. New videos, news, images, blogs and other content will be added daily - it's definitely going to be the number one place for fans to visit for all things Dance, as well as stay up to date on the show in between broadcasts.

To coincide with the television premiere of the Australian version of So You Think You Can Dance, TEN have launched a new website showcasing video from the show, exclusive behind the scenes content, interviews with judges, weekly recaps, as well as online community features, competitions, music, and contestant information. The site will evolve as the television show progresses. New videos, news, images, blogs and other content will be added daily - it's definitely going to be the number one place for fans to visit for all things Dance, as well as stay up to date on the show in between broadcasts.

Here's a little peak at what will be featured on the So You Think You Can Dance website:

So You Think You Can Dance Videos
Fan's can relive their favourite moments from the television show online, as well as watch contestant performances, judges commentary, weekly recaps, contestant highlight moments and their journey.

The site will also host exclusive video content available only online such as behind the scenes footage, judge and contestant commentary and interviews. Fans will even be able to send their favourite videos to friends at the push of a button.

So You Think You Can Dance Forums
TEN knows that fans really love to share their support and let people know what they really think about contestants. The So You Think You Can Dance website will play host to an online community with forums and fan messaging so everyone at home can share their opinion with the world online.

So You Think You Can Dance Competitions
Over the course of the So You Think You Can Dance season, the official website will host a variety of competitions with awesome prizes up for grabs including VIP tickets to the finale in Sydney and even a trip around the world! Fan's are encouraged to check out the competitions page on the site for details of competitions sponsored by Optus, Flake, Garnier and Metamucil for more information.

So You Think You Can Dance Music
This year the official Dance website is giving fans the opportunity to purchase and download their favourite music from the show to their PCs. Optus, the premier sponsor of the show is also providing a mobile purchase and download feature so fans can download direct to their mobile handsets.

About So You Think You Can Dance
So You Think You Can Dance is set to be the smash hit of 2008! After the US series proved a ratings winner, Network Ten has embarked on the local version to showcase Australia's best undiscovered dancing talent. Host Natalie Bassingthwaighte's breadth of performance experience will be complemented by a stellar judging panel including international producer and acclaimed choreographer Bonnie Lythgoe, events guru and choreographer Jason Coleman and one of Australia's brightest dancing talents and choreographer Matt Lee. So You Think You Can Dance Australia puts dancer against dancer, following them through a gruelling 12 week competition. The winner will receive a cash prize, a 'money can't buy' experience and the title of Australia's favourite dancer!

Over the past few months, Natalie, Jason, Bonnie and Matt have travelled across the country in search of Australia's best dancers. A short-list of more than 100 talented dancers were then invited to Sydney where they worked with some of Australia's top choreographers including Kelley Abbey, Nacho Pop and Jason Gilkinson. During this week the judges had the difficult task of determining who would make it through to the Top 20. Each week the dancers will be challenged to perform different genres of dance including hip hop, contemporary and ballroom, and the viewers get the chance to have their say by voting for their favourite.

So You Think You Can Dance Australia is produced by FremantleMedia Australia for Network Ten. It is based on the original format created by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe from 19 Entertainment Ltd. and dick clarke productions.

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