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So You Think You Can Dance Will Ask Titular Question at Miami Auditions

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Last time So You Think You Can Dance held auditions in Miami, they found their winner: 18-year-old Pinecrest resident Jeanine Mason

For the seventh season, the inexplicably popular televised dance-off will again come searching for talent in the 305. 

So, if um.. you think you can dance, then gather up your dance belt, tights, and leg warmers and be at the Adrienne Arsht Center (1300 Biscayne Boulevard) on January 18 at 7 a.m. All dancers will audition before the show's producers. Call-backs will be held the next day, with dancers doing their best in front of judges and possibly getting their shot to shine -- or embarrass themselves -- on national TV. 

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