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Um, how fantastic was last night's ep of "So You Think You Can Dance"? As if the performances by this season's fabulous Top 10 and their All Star partners weren't enough to send us to dance heaven, we were also treated to a guest performance by the Lethal Ladies step team from the crazy-fierce documentary STEP. And as if that guest performance wasn't enough to get us to dance nirvana, the Ladies were also joined onstage by the All Stars themselves:

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The Top 10 and All Stars in the opening number (Tyler Golden/FOX)

Last week, after much fanfare and anticipation, we finally met the Season 14 Top 10. Which meant that last night, the hard part began: We started eliminating people.

Here's how it all went down: At the end of last week's episode, you voted (right?). Last night, the whole Top 10 performed again—once with their All Stars plus a solo—and at the end of that episode, we found out who landed in the bottom three based on last week's votes. Then, the judges swooped in and decided who to save and who to send home.

It's a little savage making the dancers perform all over again, even though one will definitely be going home. But such is reality television. And though we had to bid adieu to one worthy member of the Top 10 (we'll get to that), last night's episode was good.

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The Season 14 All Stars in Mandy Moore's opening number (Adam Rose/FOX)

After thousands of auditions and the most intense Academy week ever (seriously), last night we got two hours of amazing dancing—and the highly anticipated reveal of Season 14's Top 10!

But before that, the live show kicked off (on a brand-spankin'-new stage) with the season's first group performance, a lovely contemporary routine choreographed by the show's creative producer, the Emmy-nominated Mandy Moore. The purple-y piece featured the All Stars, and if you thought one very spotlight-worthy All Star was missing, you were right: In the saddest news so far this season, Allison Holker is sidelined indefinitely on account of a busted shoulder. [Pan to Allison in the audience, wearing a sling, sitting next to husband tWitch. Fix her, tWitch! Immediately or sooner!]

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Is it just us, or is it downright shocking that it's now August and we have somehow still not made it to the live "So You Think You Can Dance" shows? We were convinced going into this episode—which felt like Week 96 at The Academy—that by the end, we'd have our Top 10.

But somehow...somehow, yet another week has gone by, and we still don't know our final roster.

Cat Deeley reassures us that next week, we'll go live and finally get a Top 10 reveal. But until then, here's what went down this week...

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Dancer to Dancer

It's no secret that "So You Think You Can Dance" alum Carly Blaney—who's now Sidekick program director for 24 Seven Dance Convention, and who recently performed at the Grammys—can turn for days. We needed to know just how she does it. So we caught up with the pirouette princess to find out her tricks for becoming #turngoals. Give them a try!

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Guess who's back? Back again? The Academy's back! Tell a friend.

After one day at The Academy, the All Stars have successfully taken the Top 100 down to 62. But their work is just getting started: Now they need to keep narrowing the field to a Top 10, ultimately deciding who each will partner with during the live shows.

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JT Church and Robert Roldan in Travis Wall's "The Mirror" on "So You Think You Can Dance" (Michael Becker/FOX)

Congrats to this year's Outstanding Choreography Emmy nominees, announced yesterday morning in Hollywood! It's a pretty stellar list of names, with "So You Think You Can Dance" and "Dancing with the Stars" choreographers earning four of the category's five slots. (Rockstar Mandy Moore was actually nominated for her work on both shows. 🙌 )

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Is it just us or does it feel like the audition rounds have been going on for a really long time this season? (They haven't. In fact, this season only visited two cities—L.A. and NYC—and now we're already headed to The Academy. But for some reason, it's felt long.) This week, we wrapped things up in NYC and met—and re-met—a few stellar dancers along the way. Here are the names you'll need to know this season.

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