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Mandy Moore wins Outstanding Choreography Emmy for 'So You Think You Can Dance'

The 2018 Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held this past weekend in Los Angeles. The choreography category featured some of the best in the field, including first-time nominee Chloe Arnold for "The Late Show with James Corden": "The Greatest Showman, Crosswalk the Musical on Broadway" and for "So You Think You Can Dance" Mandy Moore, Travis Wall, Al Blackstone, and Christopher Scott.  

Moore, who choreographed the opening number for the Oscar-nominated "La La Land," took home the Emmy for the two works from "So You Think You Can Dance" Season 14: "Brand New" (The Academy dancers) and "To Make You Feel My Love" (Taylor Sieve and All-Star Robert Roldan Duet). This marks Moore's second win, after winning last year for two "Dancing with the Stars" numbers.
See the Emmy-winning performances below. 

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