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The Top 22 are back to recreate some of the favourite dances of the season for the full panel of judges before the voting results are revealed to tell us who will win the money, the car, and the title of "Canada's Favourite Dancer."
The final six dancers vie for the title of "Canada's Favourite Dancer" in the final performance show of the competition this season. Duets, solos and group dances are the order of the night as Special Guest Judge Mary Murphy joins the panel, and choreographers Mia Michaels, Sabrina Matthews, Stacey Tookey, Sho-Tyme, Gustavo Vargas, and Melissa Williams give the dancers routines that could make or break them.moreless
Sean Cheesman choreographs the Top 8 group number before the voting results reveal who will be in the final performance show of the season and who will go home.
The Top 8 dance duets, solos and a group number in order to win enough votes to continue on in the competition for the chance to win the title "Canada's Favourite Dancer."
Sabrina Matthews choreographs the group routine before the voting results reveal who will move on to the Top 8, and who will go home.
The Top 10 must dance not only their duet, but also a solo in order to win votes. The judges weigh in with their opinions, but it is the voting alone that will determine who will continue on and who will go home. Guest Judges Mary Murphy and Stacey Tookey join regular judges Jean Marc Genereus and Tré Armstrong.moreless
The Top 12 take the stage to dance a routine choreographed by Jean-Marc Genereux and his wife and dance partner, France Mousseau. After the voting results are revealed, only the Top 10 are left to fight for the title "Canada's Favourite Dancer."
The Top 12 dance to stay in the competition and make it to the Top 10, doing the jive, hip-hop, afro-jazz, contemporary and samba. Special Guest Judge Mary Murphy joins the panel to weigh in on who should continue on and who needs to step it up.
The Top 14 dance a contemporary number choreographed by Guest Judge Melissa Williams. Two more dancers are sent home after the voting, leaving only 12 to vie for the title, "Canada's Favourite Dancer."