St. Paul native makes 'So You Think You Can Dance' top 20

St. Paul native Dareian "Dare" Kujawa is rising in the ranks on the Fox reality TV competition "So You Think You Can Dance." Kujawa, 20, cracked the top 20 on the show Wednesday. He started his fancy footwork at age 4 at a Maplewood dance studio and graduated from the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists in 2010.
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St. Paul native Dareian "Dare" Kujawa is rising in the ranks on the Fox reality TV competition "So You Think You Can Dance." Kujawa, 20, cracked the top 20 on the show Wednesday. He started his fancy footwork at age 4 at a Maplewood dance studio and graduated from the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists in 2010.

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