Following the list of changes announced over the past week, Nigel Lythgoe has begun announcing the lineup of All-Star dancers that will be partnered with the contestants in the upcoming season of So You Think You Can Dance. Similar to the way he revealed the changes, Nigel will be unveiling one All-Star per day on via his Twitter account. As of today, the first two All-Stars have been announced. When more names are released, I will update this post.
Ladies and gentlemen, here are your All-Stars....
Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Monday, March 29, 2010
For the past few days, executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe has been slowly revealing some major changes via his Twitter account for the upcoming seventh season of So You Think You Can Dance. The major bomb dropped today when Nigel announced that the new crop of dancers would not be partnering with each other, rather with a group of SYTYCD "All-Star" alumni, each a specialist in a particular genre.
Friday, March 5, 2010
Three days from now, the scene outside the Kodak Theater will have more Hollywood stars than a trailer for Valentine's Day. Bulbs flashing, cameras rolling, fashionistas screaming - the 2010 Academy Awards will be underway.
This year's Oscars doesn't seem to be on track for any huge surprises, but I'm sure Brokeback Mountain thought the same before Crash grabbed Best Picture right from under its nose in 2006. Having 10 Best Picture nominees has certainly been the topic of much debate going into this awards season, and Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin promise to be an interesting hosting duo. And don't miss an increased amount of dance numbers, featuring many SYTYCD alumni thanks to Oscar producer and SYTYCD thought the same thing before judge Adam Shankman.
Here are my predictions and thoughts on the 2010 nominees in the major categories. And don't forget to check out Pop Culture, Politics and Everything In Between for a different take on who will be taking home an Oscar.