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.
With the final season of American Idol coming next year, many fans were hopeful that the show’s past judges would come back, at least for one final night each. But if you were hoping to see Mariah Carey make an appearance for season 15, don’t get too excited, but she has no plans on it. In fact, the superstar singer recently slammed the show as the “worst experience” of her life.
We watched the demise of 2 chefs last week on Hell’s Kitchen, as Gordon Ramsay chose to send home Allison (surprisingly) and Josh (finally, thank goodness), leaving us with only five remaining. But which of the contestants had what it took to run the show and make it into the final four? Think you know who was sent packing tonight? You may want to think again!
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.
This season on Hell’s Kitchen, we’ve seen a lot of ups and downs from the contestants, so it’s hard to even imagine which of the remaining contestants could actually win it all. And last night, believe it or not, it was time for Gordon Ramsay to hand out the black jackets, but while some were deserved, others left us scratching our heads!
Fox announced recently that their hit singing competition (or at least it was years ago), American Idol, will be ending next year with season 15. So, how exactly could the show go out with a bang? Well, for starters, some of the best hopefuls that were cut in season 14 need to come back, and guess what? One them revealed that they will indeed be back for season 15. Who is it?
This week on the American Idol finale, fans watched as Clark Beckham, who we all thought would eventually win this season, came in second to Nick Fradiani. But don’t worry Clark fans – Beckham is doing just fine and this is definitely not the last we will hear of him.
Now that Nick Fradiani has been crowned as the 14th victor on American Idol, the show is gearing up for its final season. Details for this last hurrah have yet to be released, although an official announcement from Fox has pointed to Ryan Seacrest as the host and Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. as the judges. But could a fourth judge be brought into the mix? Never say never!
While Nick Fradiani is sitting on cloud nine after his big American Idol win last night, fans are wondering what is next for the rocker – or more so, how soon will they see an album from him. Luckily for us, this season’s mentor and Big Machine CEO, Scott Borchetta has all the answers!