July 07, 2010 11:10 AM by Nancy Floyd
It seems thatÂ American Idol hostÂ Ryan Seacrest has plans to work on yet another reality TV show. The TV host/radio DJ/entertainment reporter/television producer is working withÂ E! to develop a new dance-themed reality program. Keep reading for more details about the show and how Lady Gaga is involved…
Ryan Seacrest is one busy man. He hosts the uber-successful reality singing competition,Â American Idol, deejays a wildly popular radio show in Los Angeles, works as an entertainment correspondent forÂ E!, and produces several hit reality TV shows which includeÂ Denise Richards: It’s Complicated,Â Keeping Up With The Kardashians andÂ Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami, among others. Now it looks as though he’ll be filling up his work schedule even more with another new, yet-to-be-named reality show.
Ryan Seacrest has teamed up with E! to produce a new reality show focusing on dance and choreography in California. Details on the new show or its premise are scarce but Lady Gaga’s choreographer, Laurie Ann Gibson, will be one of the stars of the new program. Gibson has choreographed Lady Gaga’s videos for “Paparazzi,” “Telephone,” and “Love Game” and has served as a choreographer onÂ So You Think You Can Dance. She also worked as the choreographer on Jessica Alba’s movie Honey. The new reality TV show will focus on professional dancers and choreographers living in Los Angeles, although other details have not yet been released.
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