"SYTYCD" Choreographer Charged with Rape
By Mariela Rosario | 08/19/2009 - 14:38

Brazilian choreographer Alex Da Silva, 41, who has worked on the insanely popular dance competition show So You Think You Can Dance was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting four women just a few short months after being cleared of previous rape-related charges.

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"SYTYCD" Winner Jeanine Mason: "I Was a Horrific Dancer!"
By Lee Hernandez | 08/12/2009 - 18:00

Cubana Jeanine Mason, the youngest winner of Fox’s dance competition So You Think You Can Dance (she's 18), gave me the scoop on her huge victory, what she was thinking seconds before she won the competition, why few people knew about her Cuban background and the fatty Cuban foods she and her fellow Cuban roommate Janette Manrara consumed privately in their apartamento! (As Brüno would say, they committed carbocide!).

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"So You Think You Can Dance" Contestant Janette Manrara Sent Home
By Lee Hernandez | 07/24/2009 - 16:00

Last night, after she was (unjustly) booted from Fox's summer dance reality competition, So You Think You Can Dance, my favorite Cuban dancer Janette Manrara, 24, updated her Facebook status  to give a big thank you to the millions of fans who supported her journey from the top 20 to the final 8: "THANK YOU TO ALL MY FANS! I ♥ YOU ALL!!!"

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No Sexual Assault Charges Filed Yet Against Alex Da Silva
By Monica Herrera | 04/08/2009 - 10:30

Alex Da Silva is a free man, for now. The So You Think You Can Dance choreographer accused of sexually assaulting four of his students is expected to be released from jail soon, as Los Angeles Country prosecutors say they don't have enough evidence yet to file charges.

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"So You Think You Can Dance" Choreographer Alex Da Silva Arrested for Sexual Assault
By Monica Herrera | 04/06/2009 - 12:22

Alex Da Silva, a salsa instructor best known for his role as a guest choreographer on the reality dance competition So You Think You Can Dance, was arrested this weekend on charges of sexual assault. The Los Angeles Police Department says Da Silva stands accused of assaulting four women, all of whom were his students, at his homes in the San Fernando Valley.

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