See Which 'So You Think You Can Dance' Contestants Are Now 2019 Finalists

The top 10 dancers of SYTYCD season 16 showed off their moves in the first live show this week.

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So You Think You Can Dance has already showcased so much amazing talent in season 16, from skilled ballroom and contemporary artists to incredible hip-hop and tap dancers. Sadly, though, not all of the contestants who competed in the show's audition, Academy, and Final Cut rounds could move on, and the SYTYCD judges had to narrow down this season's incredibly talented group to just the top 10 most promising dancers.

On Monday's episode, the top 10 dancers competed in the first live show of the season, vying for viewer votes ahead of next week's first two voter-based eliminations. But before that nail-biting episode happens, here's everything we know about top 10 SYTYCD 2019 dancers.

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Anna Linstruth

The only female hip-hop dancer to remain in the competition, Anna was chosen to move on to the live shows after wowing the judges with her twist on a jazz routine with All-Star Marko Germar.

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Bailey Munoz

B-boy Bailey Munoz has accomplished a lot in his 19 years so far: He was a semi-finalist on season 5 of America's Got Talent, has appeared on shows such as Disney Channel's Shake It Up, and now (after his contemporary routine with All-Star Lauren Froderman) is one of the top 10 dancers on SYTYCD.

Benjamin Castro

Peep Benjamin's salsa dance with SYTYCD All-Star Koine Iwasaki, and you'll see exactly why the contemporary dancer has sailed through the competition so far.

Eddie Hoyt

After being cut from season 15, fan-favorite Eddie, a 19-year-old tap dancer from New Hampshire, decided to give SYTYCD another shot. Clearly, that was a good decision: His fun hip-hop routine with All-Star Comfort Fedoke during the final cut round landed him a spot in the show's top 10.

Ezra Sosa

When ballroom dancing siblings Ezra and Stephanie Sosa auditioned for SYTYCD together, they received a standing ovation from the judges. Since then, Ezra's "final cut" hip-hop routine with All-Star Comfort Fedoke has granted him a spot in the show's top 10.

Gino Cosculluela

When 18-year-old contemporary dancer Gino was younger, he starred on hit show Dance Moms across from the one and only Maddie Ziegler. Now that he's wowed the SYTYCD judges with an incredible jazz routine with All-Star Lauren, he's making a name for himself as one of the competition's top 10.

Madison Jordan

The judges have marveled at contemporary dancer Madison's control and unique style since her very first routine this season — and their reaction to her cha-cha with All-Star Kiki Nyemchek was no exception. Plus, she's a big fan favorite on Twitter.

Mariah Russell

After dancing her heart out for her salsa with All-Star Jonathan Platero, Mariah, a 19-year-old contemporary dancer from Nashville, earned a round of cheers and applause from the judges — and a spot in the SYTYCD live shows.

Sophie Pittman

Sophie, an 18-year-old contemporary dancer from Tennessee, was chosen to move on to the SYTYCD live shows even after the judges told her that her cha-cha with All-Star Kiki Nyemchek "wasn't as strong" as they had hoped it would be.

Stephanie Sosa

After being cut just before the live shows last season, ballroom dancer (and Ezra's sister!) Stephanie beautifully executed a contemporary routine with All-Star Robert Roldan, earning her a spot among the top 10.

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