So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 – Jasmine Harper Interview| September 2, 2013 at 12:00 PM EDT
When Jasmine Harper first graced the So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 stage, she had a single narrative – Season 9 finalist, Cyrus, was her ex-boyfriend. I admit, I was scared they would ride that narrative the whole way through, even going so far as having him on as an All-Star. Thankfully, that didn’t happen.
Instead the narrative became those insane legs you see above. And while it may have bordered on creepy at times, it was better than making her cry constantly!
This interview from our friends at Synergistic Productions discusses the “storm” routine that Jasmine danced with Neil. Honestly, I’m going to skip over that because… I expressed my feelings on that whole thing in my review. She also talks about getting to the Finale with Aaron. Oh, and her insane leg move from her Jazz routine.
I love that she mentions that Aaron wasn’t even in the So You Think You Can Dance Season 10 Top 20 originally!! It’s something I think we’ve all forgotten because he is so good and they were so good together!
Check back later today for an interview with Aaron!
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