Without fail, Nigel Lythgoe always claims that the current season’s batch of dancers are the best that So You Think You Can Dance has even seen. After ten years, fans of the show are starting to get a bit cynical about Nigel’s pronouncements. Still, plenty perked up when, this past weekend, the longtime judge took to Twitter to claim that tonight’s episode included several of the best auditions he’d ever witnessed. Amazingly enough, this episode actually delivered on Nigel’s seemingly impossible promise!
It’s week two of auditions, and, somehow, fans of So You Think You Can Dance have only been forced to sit through a handful of awful performances. Most of the dancers featured during last week’s auditions were very, very talented. Will the amazing talent take front and center once again tonight? Or will last week’s top-notch episode be followed by a series of cringe-worthy routines?
After ten years of amazing dancing, So You Think You Can Dance has received a huge makeover. The show is still chock full of talented dancers, but now, they are split into two main teams: the street dancers and the stage dancers. According to host Cat Deeley, this new twist will add some new drama to the show…but it ultimately could be a disaster for the members of Team Street.
So You Think You Can Dance has completely changed the dance scene these last ten years, but now, producers are eager to ensure that the show continues to do the same in the decade to come. As such, the popular reality competition has received a huge makeover. Mary Murphy is out, but two fresh judges and a new format are in. What can viewers expect from the Stage Versus the Street edition of So You Think You Can Dance? Stay tuned!
So You Think You Can Dance finally returns to Fox tonight, but unfortunately, the show will no longer feature Mary Murphy and her hot tamale train. Instead, Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo will be joining Nigel Lythgoe on the judging panel. Critics on Facebook have their doubts regarding Jason’s ability to critique dance, but Paula insists that he is an “incredible” judge.
The twentieth season of Dancing With The Stars may be finished, but the reality dance competition fun is by no means over — it’s almost time for So You Think You Can Dance! This year, the show will be very different, for, in addition to a new judging panel, there will be a brand new format: the stage versus the street! Nigel Lythgoe thinks this will take the competition up another notch, but many of his critics on Facebook feel that there will no longer be enough of an emphasis on stellar technique.
So You Think You Can Dance is receiving quite the makeover for its twelfth season! In addition to taking on a stage versus street format, the show will also feature two new permanent judges: Paula Abdul and Jason Derulo. Although many of the show’s Facebook fans are excited to welcome the pop stars to the series, others prefer the targeted advice provided by Mary Murphy, Adam Shankman, Mia Michaels and the rest of the show’s familiar faces.
Wow, they are really changing things up for the new season of So You Think You Can Dance this summer. First, we learned that the show’s format was undergoing a change, and then, we found out that Mary Murphy was being replaced by Paula Abdul. Now, there is even more exciting news as Travis Wall and Twitch have both been added as mentors for the new season! Can you say…excited?
During her brief time on Dancing With The Stars, Julianne Hough has been perfectly happy to offer up controversial feedback. The judge continued this trend during last night’s premiere, when she cast aspersions on Allison Holker’s first season of DWTS. Gracious as ever, Allison has already promised to keep Julianne’s feedback in mind as she choreographs new routines.
When So You Think You Can Dance returns this summer, the show’s format won’t be the only change that we will see. There will also be some fresh faces sitting next to Nigel Lythgoe at the judging table. Sadly, Mary Murphy will not return to the show, but instead, Paula Abdul will be making her reality judge comeback as she will be replacing our favorite hot tamale train conductor.