Tonight on Live To Dance, the final six acts dance for judges Paula Abdul, Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne for a shot in the finals. The viewers’ choice for the round two winner is also revealed. Only two spots are left in the finals. Who will make it through for a chance to win $500,000?
It’s the final round of the semi-finals tonight on Live To Dance. The final six acts will dance for judges Paula Abdul, Kimberly Wyatt, and Travis Payne for a shot to advance to the finals.Â If they are not the one act chosen by the judges, the viewers will have a shot to vote inÂ one last act into the finals for a chance at winning $500,000.
Live To DanceÂ judge Paula AbdulÂ is famous for getting her big break dancing with the Los Angeles Lakers and choreographing and appearing in Janet Jackson’s video, Nasty, before her career took off.Â While her fellow judges Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne may not be as well known, they also have impressive dance backgrounds.Â How will their different backgrounds impact the judging on Live To Dance?
Live To Dance judge Paula AbdulÂ recently appeared on television show, The Talk, and dished about her former American Idol co-stars.Â She panned Simon Cowell a few weeks agoÂ when appearing on “Ellen” and compared him to fungus you can’t stay away from.Â This week, she was singing a different tune in her latest appearance.
It is the second night of the semi-finals on Live To Dance.Â Six more acts dance for judges Paula Abdul, Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne. Among the six acts are audience pick, ballet duo White Tree Fine Art, and one of the youngest contestants, Jalen. Host Andrew Gunsberg also reveals who the audience picked to make the finale.
The semi-finals got underway last week on Live To Dance.Â Judges Paula Abdul, Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne picked the largest group dance act “The Vibe” to advance to the finals. This week, six more acts dance for the judges in the Dance Dome for a shot at the finals.
American Idol makes its’ season premiere tonight and we have the second round of semi-finals on Live To Dance.Â Which show will you be watching?Â Could you care less about both shows, are you going to stay loyal to Paula Abdul or tune into the show she used to be on.Â Take our poll and then comment below, letting us know what you think!
Live To Dance began the semi-finals this weekÂ and is one week closer to choosing its final acts for the dance-off finale.Â However, there are some acts from the preliminaries that still have viewers talking.Â One of the most-talked about acts was Christine Sarni, better known as C-Bunny, who is hearing impaired.
Live to DanceÂ judge Kimberly Wyatt first got her start as a Pussycat Doll.Â While Wyatt is no longer dancing and singing in the popular group that also featured Dancing With The StarsÂ Season Ten winner Nicole Scherzinger, she still thinks the group has a future.
On Live to Dance, the semi-finals begin with six acts taking the stage in the Dance Dome.Â Only two acts will advance to the finals.Â The experts will pick one act and the audience will pick another act.Â Also, the audience’s choice for the dance-off winner is revealed.