So You Think You Can Dance (U.S. Season 3) - Finals - Results Shows - Week 9 (Grand Finale) (16 August 2007)

Week 9 (Grand Finale) (16 August 2007)

Judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Dan Karaty, Wade Robson, Shane Sparks and Mia Michaels

  • Group dances:
Dancers Style Music Choreographer(s)
Top 20 Jazz "The Lioness Hunt" from The Lion King Tyce Diorio
Top 10 Contemporary "The Moment I Said It"—Imogen Heap Mia Michaels
Top 8 Hip-Hop "Get Up"—Ciara feat. Chamillionaire Shane Sparks
  • Guest dancers:
Dancer(s) Style Music
Brendon Norris Clogging "The Way I Are"—Timbaland feat. Keri Hilson & D.O.E.
Bryan Gaynor Robot dance "Ain't No Other Man"—Christina Aguilera
  • Musical guests:
    • "Whatever U Like"—Nicole Scherzinger
    • "I Will Remember You"—Ryan Cabrera
  • Judges' picks:
Couple Style Music Choreographer(s) Chosen by
Lauren Gottlieb
Pasha Kovalev
Hip-Hop "Fuego"—Pitbull Shane Sparks Mary Murphy
Jaimie Goodwin
Hotuko "Hok" Konishi
Jazz "The Chairman's Waltz" from Memoirs of a Geisha Wade Robson Nigel Lythgoe
Sabra Johnson
Dominic Sandoval
Hip-Hop "Make It Work"—Ne-Yo Shane Sparks Jean-Marc Généreux
Sara Von Gillern
Neil Haskell
Disco "Knock on Wood"—Rachel Stevens Doriana Sanchez Adam Shankman
Lacey Schwimmer
Danny Tidwell
Samba "Hip Hip Chin Chin"—Club Des Belugas Dmitry Chaplin Wade Robson
Sara Von Gillern
Pasha Kovalev
West Coast Swing "The Rockafeller Skank"—Fatboy Slim Benji Schwimmer Shane Sparks
Anya Garnis
Danny Tidwell
Foxtrot "It Had to Be You"—Brian Evans Jean-Marc Généreux Tyce Diorio
Sara Von Gillern
Jesús Solorio
Pop-Jazz "Cabaret Hoover" from Les Triplettes de Belleville Wade Robson Tony Meredith
Sabra Johnson
Neil Haskell
Jazz "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)"—Eurythmics Mandy Moore Mia Michaels
Lacey Schwimmer
Neil Haskell
Contemporary "Time"—Billy Porter Mia Michaels Dan Karaty
  • Order of elimination
  • Winner
    • Sabra Laura Johnson

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