Donyelle was a top 4 finalist on Season 2 of So You Think You Can Dance, despite being the oldest contestant and not fitting the stereotypical dancer's "body image".
Despite her weight and a broken toe during the competition, she received high marks from the judges and finished as 2nd runner-up to partner Benji Schwimmer .
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.
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Still, his best-known routine still stands out from the rest, a Transformers-themed number from season three ...
Donyelle Jones was born on July 3, 1979 in Los Angeles, California.
From earning law degrees to becoming full-out dance instructors, these former contestants have gone on to accomplish quite a bit since we last saw them.At first, the initial attraction is purely based on what you see, but as time goes on, you become more and more invested in the relationship, and do everything you can (be it voting or never-ending praying) to keep your all-time favorites in your life and on your TV screens.Whether it be American Idol, Dancing With the Stars, or So You Think You Can Dance, we’ve all loved and lost in one form or another.His best work from season two came, most improbably, from his collaborations with gawky Mormon swing dancer (and eventual season-two champ) Benji Schwimmer, including an early routine with Donyelle and a season-capping nerd-fest with Travis Wall.
He managed to produce hip hop that was sweet (Sabra and Dominic's "Make It Work"), scary (Kayla and Jason's "They're Everywhere"), and stylish (the Matrix-y "Get Up" group routine).List of the top twenty finalists from the second season of So You Think You Can Dance.