It was the best of times, and there was no worst of times. Nigel Lythgoe and company did not hold back on Thursday night’s final audition episode for So You Think You Can Dance. All the tricks were pulled out of the bag, none of them hiding under one’s sleeve. Tyce Dioro was more vocal…Details
We’ve made it to audition stages 3 and 4 in our trek around the country for America’s Favorite Dancer. Cat Deeley and Co. took us on over to Salt Lake City and New York City in our search for the next best dancer Nigel Lythgoe can praise. Tonight was a tale of oddities and hot…Details
Everything from Cat Deeley’s enthusiasm to Mary Murphy’s scream to the “dah dah dah dah” theme song screams that summer TV has officially arrived and not a minute too soon! Greetings, Yakksters and welcome our latest (and hopefully greatest) reality column kicking off our summer season! Coming off of a lackluster season of American Idol,…Details
One of America’s favorite summer reality TV programs returns TONIGHT and this writer couldn’t be happier! So You Think You Can Dance kicks off its 8th season with a bang tonight at 8/7CST on Fox. The latest season, however, isn’t without its minor changes as Executive Producer (fresh off the heels of a lackluster Idol…Details
Not much going on in Reality lately, but a good amount of shows are coming up! Here is the latest on your favorites: Big Brother: Matt McDonald (BB Season 9) pleaded guilty for conspiracy to distribute oxycodone, admitting his involvement in a drug ring that also included his season’s winner, Adam Jasinski. Both are now…Details
We have another change at the judge’s table next summer for So You Think You Can Dance. After joining the judge’s panel for one season, Mia Michaels is out and will not be retuning to the show. In a statement she released, she said that she wants to focus on her own world. (Editor’s note:…Details
[singlepic id=250 w=100 h=180 float=left]Former choreographer for ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, Alex Da Silva, pled not guilty on charges of raping multiple dancers between 2002-2009 in LA County Superior Court Tuesday. He’ll be back in court on June 11. His charges include: 4 charges of forcible rape, 2 charges of assault intent to…Details
The 2010 season started off very nice, with some terrific dancers! Most notably missing from the action however was Mary Murphy, whom I know many, many people miss dearly. I was a fan of her dance knowledge, but not so much the screaming fits she would have. To each their own thought! Many in our forum outright miss her and think the new panel is too subdued. I actually enjoyed it. I am also very happy to see Mia Michaels returning to the show, and really hope she will be choreographing many of the dances this year. No one beats her in my opinion. She has always been the choreographer on the dances that touch me most.
The dancer that made it through that stood out the most to me last night however was Teddy. You may remember him last year, little blond kid who was wearing a very stand out lime green with plaid-ish shirt – I loved his dancing last year, seemed whimsical. Last year unfortunately, he didn’t make it out of the Vegas rounds. This year for his audition, he dressed all in a black suit and tie, and did an incredible, and incredibly sad dance, seeming to end with a sad little boy deciding to end his life. It was certainly touching, and he had so emotion in it. It was terrific.
Now for those of you that are fans of the show, you know that this year, SYTYCD powers that be have decided to change up the format. This year, instead of 20 contestants (10 couples) they have decided to only go with 10 contestants. Dancing as their partner with them will be “All-Stars” from seasons past. I am really excited to see some of the All Stars they plan on bringing back. I have included a list of the “All Stars” due to come back to dance this season at the bottom of this post. Also different this year, only one dancer will leave each week, and they will switch partners weekly.Details