Win a Trip to the "SYTYCD" Finale!

Diehard "So You Think You Can Dance" fans—so, all of you—know there are few things better in life than "SYT" finale episodes. Especially awesome routines are revisited! There are all kinds of fabulous guest performances! THE WINNER IS REVEALED! It's one of our favorite nights of TV.

And this year, you might not be watching it from your couch: Dance Spirit and FOX have teamed up to offer one lucky "SYTYCD" fan a trip to Hollywood to watch the finale episode.

We repeat: One "SYTYCD" fan will win a trip to Hollywood to watch the finale episode—LIVE!

Seriously, you guys, this prize is insane. The Chosen One and a guest will get round-trip airfare, two nights at a Los Angeles-area hotel and two tickets to the finale extravaganza. This season's "SYT" champion will be crowned mere FEET away from our prizewinner.

The contest only runs through August 15, though, so get clickin'. Merde, everybody!

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