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Video: Vegas street performer 'Fik-Shun' wows SYTYCD judges

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Has "So You Think You Can Dance" already found this season's winner?

Well, maybe not, but there's definitely plenty of Internet buzz following 18-year-old Du-Shaunt "Fik-Shun" Stegall's performance on Tuesday night's premiere episode.

Stegall told the judges he's a street performer from Las Vegas (although you may remember him from Paula Abdul's extremely short-lived "Live to Dance" show).

Following his routine, the audience gave the teen a standing ovation and the judges offered him a golden ticket to move forward in the FOX dance show competition.

Next up for SYTYCD? Detroit.

The Motor City auditions will be featured during Wednesday's episode at 9 p.m. ET, following the "American Idol" finale.

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