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This article is from the archive of our partner. FOX's So You Think You Can Dance kicks off its eleventh season on Wednesday, and while the series can't be said to be in its prime anymore — the judges don't really critique anymore, and the whole enterprise might be well served by starting the competition at 16 dancers rather than the traditional 20 — it's still your go-to program if you're looking for top-notch dancing on TV. It covers the gamut from ballroom styles to modern dance and jazz and any number of evolving hip hop styles.
He even sports a vicious black eye. As the star of the new off-Broadway play Kung Fuwhich charts the formative years of celebrated martial arts legend Bruce Lee, Horibe is used to rolling with the punches. Yet Cole miraculously embodies all those unique abilities.
But that wasn't the only surprise The year-old street dancer from Fort Worth, Texas—who before wowing audiences week after week with an endless array of tricks and stunning musicality used to have to do chores at the local dance school in exchange for lessons—has been named the winner of the fourth season of So You Think You Can Dancebased on nearly 60 million votes. The sky's the limit, don't let anybody tell you you can't do something," Joshua said after sharing a big, fat bear hug with runner-up Stephen "Twitch" Boss and wiping away some of those signature man tears he tended to spill.
This fall, the Honolulu native will be back on the mainland and in the limelight when he stars as legendary martial arts master Bruce Lee in a new Off Broadway play, Kung Fu. Horibe studied with Marcelo Pacleb in Hawaii. Horibe and Arnold in "Teeth.
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