After rigorous auditions across America and another round of cuts in Vegas, So You Think You Can Dance has selected a crop of 20 fabulous young dancers for Season 5.
Who are these poppers, krumpers and tappers (all real styles, apparently)? Take a look at this synopsis of the So You Think You Can Dance Top 20 below and learn ...
THE TOP 10 GIRLS
Randi Evans, 23, is a jazz dancer from Orem, Utah.
Quote: "I'm really down to earth. I love to go camping and four-wheeling, so this is a very glam side of me."
Karla Garcia, 23, is a jazz/contemporary dancer from Oxon Hill, Md.
Quote: "For me [the biggest challenge] is the ballroom styles. You have to be very fluid and upright, and I think I'm more of a gritty, attack kind of dancer so I think that it's going to be a good challenge for me."
Caitlin Kinney, 21, is a contemporary dancer from Annapolis, Md.
Fun Fact: She didn't decide to hit Memphis auditions until the day before, but both she and her sister Megan (who auditioned in Miami) made it through to Vegas Week.
Quote: "I really want to get [Mia Michaels'] style and work with her and prove to myself that I can learn. I just adore watching it, so I want to be able to do it myself."
Asuka Kondoh, 25, is a Latin ballroom dancer from Irvine, Calif.
Fun fact: She loves House quotes.
Quote: "The [style] one I'm nervous about is krumping. Imagine me, this, krumping. That's going to be a sight to see."
Janette Manrara, 25, is a salsa dancer from Miami.
Quote: "America has only seen me do crazy flips and salsa moves, but they don't know that I have a little thing hiding in the back pocket, that I can do a little bit of contemporary and a little bit of hip-hop."
Jeanine Mason, 18, is a contemporary dancer from Miami.
Fun Fact: She turned 18 five days before her audition, just squeaking by the age limit, then made it all the way to the So You Think You Can Dance Top 20!
Quote: "I first started dancing when I was three and what got me dancing was my mom. She always wanted to be a ballerina, but she never had the opportunity to."