Check out our rankings of the SYTYCD Top 4 Pair Performances.
#20 Jasmine Harper and Aaron Turner
Choreographer: Dmitry Chaplin
Song : “Can’t Touch It” (Radio edit) by Ricki-Lee Coulter
#19 Jasmine Harper and Aaron Turner
Their performance was a bit off. It was full of energy, but they didn’t have their normal synergy with each other. They appeared to be a step behind through parts of the routine.
#18 Amy Yakima and Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall
Choreographer: Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo
Style: Argentine Tango
Song : “Hazardous/Zero Signal” by PP Music
#17 Amy Yakima and Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall
My favorite pairing of the season and they ended with a strong and dramatic tango. The lifts stood out. Fik-shun may not have been technically perfect, but he’s always a joy to watch. Amy continued to show she’s a flawless dancer. It was a difficult routine, but enjoyable.
#16 Aaron Turner and Melinda Sullivan
Choreographer: Anthony Morigerato
Song : “When I Was Your Man” by Bruno Mars
#15 Aaron Turner and Melinda Sullivan
It was a great tap routine. I found the musical choice to be distracting, especially at the beginning. That hindered my overall enjoyment, but the way they played off each other was well done.
#14 Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall and Aaron Turner
Choreographer: Tyce Diorio
Song : “The Jitters” by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
#13 Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall and Aaron Turner
This Broadway routine allowed fans to compare and contrast Fik-shun and Aaron’s personality and stage presence. Aaron may have better technique at times, but Fik-shun steals the stage. It was one of the better Broadway routines of the season.
#12 Jasmine Harper and Amy Yakima
Choreographer: Mark Kanemura
Song : “The Diva Dance” by Éric Serra
#11 Jasmine Harper and Amy Yakima
Out of this world! Amy and Jasmine were well matched on stage. It’s going to be a tough call on which one will win.
#10 Amy Yakima and Aaron Turner
Choreographer: Ray Leeper
Song : “Primitive” by Richard Vission vs. Luciana
#9 Amy Yakima and Aaron Turner
A fun, spunky and engaging performance. It provided a nice spark to start the final competition night.
#8 Jasmine Harper and Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall
Choreographer: Travis Wall
Song : “Spiegel Im Spiegel” by Angela Yoffe & Vadim Gluzman
#7 Jasmine Harper and Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall
Gorgeous. Fik-shun shined in this contemporary performance. He could easily have been overshadowed by Jasmine, but wasn’t. The choreography worked well for the pair.
#6 Jasmine Harper and Comfort Fedoke
Choreographer: Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo
Song : “Run the World (Girls)” (Nappytabs remix) by Beyoncé Knowles
#5 Jasmine Harper and Comfort Fedoke
Jasmine made the right decision to go with a hip-hop routine. This showcased her versatility as a dancer and this performance was just perfect for her. She rocked it.
#4 Amy Yakima and Robert Roldan
Choreographer: Stacey Tookey
Song : “Say Something” by A Great Big World
#3 Amy Yakima and Robert Roldan
Awe-inspiring. Amy makes even the most difficult moves look effortless. She’s a natural dancer and is mesmerizing to watch. Beautiful and heartbreaking performance by Amy and Robert.
#2 Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall and Stephen “Twitch” Boss
Choreographer: Luther Brown
Song : “Hello Good Morning” (Remix) by Diddy-Dirty Money feat. Nicki Minaj & Rick Ross
#1 Du-shaunt “Fik-shun” Stegall and Stephen “Twitch” Boss
Out of this world. Amazing. The performance of all performances. This routine showed Fik-shun at his best. His personality radiated from the stage and he was perfectly matched with Twitch.