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NBC gave Blacklist the perfect present for its 150th episode
February 20th, 2020 under NBC, SYTYCD. [ Comments: none ]


The Blacklist filmed its 150th episode today, and NBC had a little gift for them. The drama that stars James Spader will be back for an 8th season!

That was not the only show to get that news today. So You Think You Can Dance will waltz into their 17th season this summer. Cat Deely returns as the host, and the judges are Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, and Laurieann Gibson.

If you want to audition and you are between 18-30, then you can do so at one of these dates: Miami (March 19 and 20), New York (March 28 and 29) or Los Angeles (April 4 and 5). Can’t make it to one of those locations, then you can post your auditions here.

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Remember So You Think You Can Dance’s Benji Schwimmer?
December 5th, 2018 under Remember?, SYTYCD. [ Comments: 2 ]


Back in 2006, Benji Schwimmer defied the odds and won the second season of So You Think You Can Dance. The scrawny little dancer was a fan favorite because we loved his geekiness.

That was then, now 12 years later he is a buff man showing off his muscular body. Who knew that by doing Swing dancing it would give you a bod like that? Now thanks to DNA Magazine we know that. So who else besides me is going to sign up for classes? Plus, am I the only one who wants him to be their teacher. He teaches Tango too, right?

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So You Think You Can Dance just won’t die
February 16th, 2018 under SYTYCD. [ Comments: none ]


It is February 16th, and there was no word if So You Think You Can Dance would be back for another season. So you were thinking it was cancelled. Not so fast because Fox announced it will be back for a 15th season with judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and Vanessa Hudgens and host Cat Deeley, who is pregnant with baby #2.

If you want to audition for the show, you can do so here. Unlike years in the past, they are only going to two cities, New York City and Los Angeles, for the audition phase of it.

When it comes to the renewal, I am thinking it is either really cheap to produce or Lythgoe has pictures on executives. Personally, I cannot understand why it is back. Can you?

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A So You Think You Can Dance contestant threw up on Paula Abdul!
June 7th, 2016 under Paula Abdul, SYTYCD. [ Comments: none ]


Tahani Anderson had such a great audition on So You Think You Can Dance that when she was done all three judges had a ticket to the Academy for her. When the 12 year old went to collect the tickets, Nigel Lythgoe hugged her and so did Paula Abdul. Only problem was the Straight Up singer hugged her too tight and Tahani said, “all her happiness came out on her jacket.”
Hopefully Abdul won’t be Cold Hearted and vote against her during the next round which I don’t think she will because she is sweet. Lythgoe I think would.

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So You Think You Can Dance makes some changes
May 28th, 2014 under SYTYCD. [ Comments: none ]


So You Think You Can Dance is dancing for its life this season that starts tonight at 8p on Fox, according to some of the Tweets that have been sent out by the Executive Producer, Nigel Lythgoe. So I guess that is why the show is making some major changes this season. One of the things they are doing is asking for Dance Crews to compete for a chance to perform during the finale. While that really isn’t a reason for me to watch, the other big change is. Lythgoe Tweeted, “No judge saves from the Top10 this year! And back to only one winner! It will be a tough decision but it will be America’s.#Season11 #SYTYCD”. While I liked having a male and female winner, it is kind of nice only having one true champion. But the change I like most is that the Top 10 is back in our hands. I mostly disagree with the judges choices, so I am glad that they no longer have the power that they have had. Had they had the power during the second season, Benji Schwimmer never would’ve made it to the finals, let alone win the whole thing.
Now if SYTYCD really wants to get my viewership again, then have the judges keep their critiques to less than three sentences. I hate how much they talk about themselves or the choreographer or the past contestant, anything but the person competing. I really don’t care what they have to say, I am watching for the dancing not them.
Are you still watching? Did you watch and give it up? What would make you watch the once great show again?

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