We never sell or give out your contact information. We respect our readers' privacy. No doubt a ton of really really great dancers got sent home. So, it begs the question of whether people should be allowed to audition for So You Think You Can Dance multiple times. On the one hand, I like the storylines of people trying over and over again and finally achieving their dream. I loved when Twitch game back and finally made it.
So You Think You Can Dance recap: Sex Doesn't Sell
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The judges let some questionable dancers through to Vegas, thanks to sex appeal. Ah, Hollywood. In other words, there are plenty of folks who find fame and fortune in Tinsel Town mainly due to their, ahem, assets. Not that we would put such a thing past Uncle Nigel, the judge who has, over the past six seasons, refined his skill for spewing out creepy compliments that made us all wonder whether or not he spent his weekends watching old episodes of Baywatch on his VCR. I mean, this is a man so obsessed with sex, he literally cannot resist showcasing a man named Sex on almost every single season of this show. The whole thing felt like a rejected number from a female bodybuilding contest: it was all posing, flexing, and, strangest of all, smiling.
So You Think You Can Dance recap: Judging the Judges
One favorite is sidelined, while Nigel and Co. Just me? Moving on.
With thousands of hopefuls, he's queued for hours for the Manhattan auditions of this hit show's second series. After bombing out last year, he's having another shot. With red glasses, blue boardshorts and gangly frame, he says he's trained harder and has better moves. When the music starts, he gyrates, he jumps, he throws his legs in the air, occasionally in time with the music, mostly not. But when the music stops, the judges begin their own cruel routine.