SNOW URBIN AND ALLAN FRIAS ARE ELIMINATED FROM "SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE"
COMPETITION HEATS UP AS REMAINING 10 FINALISTS PERFORM Two More Finalists to be Eliminated Wednesday, Sept. 14, on FOX
When America's vote was revealed last night, Snow Urbin and Allan Frias were eliminated from the competition on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE. In the partner dance round, Snow performed hip-hop with Ryan Conferido, while Frias performed a lyrical dance with Melody Lacayanga. Tune in next week to see who dances on, and who goes home Wednesday, Sept. 14 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Urbin was born in Siberia and currently lives in New York City. She is trained in ballroom and Latin dance styles. She comes from a family of dancers; her mother and sister have danced professionally.
Frias is from San Francisco, CA. He has worked for Dance Mission as a dance instructor for the past 10 years and considers his personal dance style to be hip-hop sophisticated with a dash of soul.
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