Atlanta, GA, June 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Office pool players think that Kherington Payne, an 18 year old dancer from Placentia, CA will win the latest version of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance. The dancer, who describes her style as Comtemporary Jazz, received 19.3% of the votes for the overall winner of the show. She was followed in the voting by Joshua Allen with 16.1% of the votes. Joshua is a 19 year old who hails from Ft. Worth, TX.
FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance reality TV show is now in it’s 4th season and features many of the most talented young dancers performing each week trying to win the top prize. The show has narrowed down the field to the top 18 dancers after last week’s elimination show on Thursday night when two dancers were eliminated. The Emmy-nominated show was created by Simon Fuller and Nigel Lythgoe and comes from 19 Entertainment Ltd. and Dick Clark Productions.
According to the players on FunOfficePools.com (http://www.funofficepools.com), a free online site that hosts office pools for reality TV and sports, the top vote getters for the overall winner of So You Think You Can Dance are:
1. Kherington Payne – 19.3%
2. Joshua Allen – 16.1%
3. Will Wingfield – 13.2%
4. “Twitch” Boss – 11.7%
5. Chelsea Traille – 10.5%
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