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Phillip Chbeeb
S5 Phillip Chbeeb
Season Season 5
Birthday November 30, 1988
Age 31
Hometown Houston, Texas
So You Think You Can Dance Profile
Age during Season 20
Dance style Popping
Partner(s) Jeanine Mason
Placement Top 12
All-Star Profile
Phillip Chbeeb (born November 30, 1988) is a Hip-Hop dancer, specifically Popping and Tutting. He competed during fifth season of So You Think You Can Dance and placed in the Top 12.

BiographyEdit

Chbeeb has had no formal dance training, but he began dancing when he was 15 years old. At age 16, he found the Marvelous Motion Studio in Houston. He was an engineering physics major at Loyola Marymount University.

Chbeeb had previously auditioned for the show during Season 3, but was cut in Vegas Week. He returned in Season 4 and once again made it to Vegas, but contracted pneumonia and was unable to compete. He later danced on the season finale against Robert Muraine.

So You Think You Can DanceEdit

To see all of Phillip Chbeeb's performances from Season 5, click here.

Post-SYTYCDEdit

He competed on season 6 of America's Best Dance Crew with I.aM.mE. The crew was crowned the champion on June 5, 2011.

He made an appearance in Step Up: Revolution and Step Up: All In.

Phillip's quote on dancing: "I started dancing around 15 years old, actually, pretty late. Instantly fell in love with hip hop dance and popping, mostly just 'cause it seemed like almost unreal what some of the people could do. It seemed almost unnatural, and I really kind of enjoyed the creativity that was in the art form, so, I jumped into that, and I've just been trying to progress and get better ever since then. For me there wasn't necessarily a performance that stood out as my first performance, 'cause I was just one of those kids that danced at the school dance and just tried to break it down in circles. I think my first battle as a popper, I think was one of the biggest experiences for me, because it was just a funny experience for me. I wore clothes that were way too big for me the entire time, and it was just the first confrontation with the one-on-one battle kind of mentality, trying to out-do the other person, and, I don't know, it was just a crazy experience for me."