So You Think You Can Dance ended its season finale last night with two broken hearts, one dancer $250,000 richer and everyone in need of a crash cart.
The three finalists - Kent Boyd, Lauren Froderman and Robert Roldan - danced eight routines between them, and the All-Stars got quite the workout, too.
When the votes came in, Lauren was the winner.
The 18-year-old cheerleader from Phoenix, Ariz., pulled a modest upset over Kent, the judges' and fans' golden boy from the first audition of the season.
"There's a ton of things I'd like to say," said Lauren, battling shock, laughter and tears as her name was announced over Kent's (Robert was ousted first).
"But I can't!"
AMERICA'S FAVORITE DANCER: Lauren Froderman deserved the honor!
Despite being the only female dancer in the show's top six this year, Lauren proved week after week that she was a force to be reckoned with, even against Kent.
She couldn't be confined to one particular genre and managed to be sexy, feminine and technically proficient in ways most dancers, even elite ones, struggle to.
One awesome, random surprise of the So You Think You Can Dance finale? Ellen DeGeneres filling in for the injured Alex Wong to get down with some hip-hop.
The woman loves to dance. Wonder if there's something to the fact that producer Nigel Lythgoe is returning to American Idol, which Ellen just left the panel of.
In any case, congratulations again to Lauren (and Kent and Robert)!