Latest Update About ; So You Think You Can Dance Winner 2010, So You Think You Can Dance Finale, So You Think You Can Dance 2010, “So You Think You Can Dance”: Raise a glass of Gatorade — we have a new winner!Well, I was satisfied with the outcome of Thursday’s “SYTYCD” finale: were you? Of course, there was a lot of stuff enjoy (or fast-forward through) before we actually got to the results.The show opened with a Christopher Scott group number featuring the Top 11 and All-Stars, which showcased Melinda and even still-infirm Alex hand-dancing.Before the judges got to their seasonal review of their favorite dances, we saw some silly but cute montages of the judges, including one of Nigel’s various hairstyles, one of Mia’s made-up words and one of Adam’s various sexy-n’-serious facial expressions.The encores began, as Kenny Ortega selected Kent and Neil’s “Shoeless Joe” routine, which was not one of my favorites. But I was happy to then see, as picked out by Nigel, Billy and Ade’s “Mad World.”Then we broke for a funky, bouncy guest performance by Hok’s Quest crew, before Mia chose Adechike and Comfort to reprise “Fallin’.” Once again we saw Kent and Anya’s “My First Kiss,” and then, another one of my favorites of the season, Dominic and Robert’s creepy clown routine “Scars.”I still get a warm and fuzzy feeling from all the footage of people celebrating National Dance Day, which is an example of why I admire Nigel Lythgoe. He could sit back and count his millions as a TV producer and personality but he’s out there making things like that happen. And he’s not too big to get up onstage and ham around. I was kind of bummed that we didn’t actually see him dance, but it was fun to watch him share the stage with 7-year-old tapping prodigy Luke.Next the Manzari brothers showed us some grown-up tap-dancing. While I was watching them I started thinking about the Hines brothers, so it’s funny that when I Googled the brothers I found this footage of Maurice Hines introducing them.