‘So You Think You Can Dance’

July 7, 2011 by Post Team 

'So You Think You Can Dance'‘So You Think You Can Dance’, Cat Deeley who is an astute one. Standing on So you think you can dance stage with a stunning dress that looked like a finely crafted kimono paper (and a beach-blanket incongruous high ponytail), Cat introduced the judges in last night’s episode as a “eye-popping the panel of experts.” That description, “awesome” can mean such different things. Could be expressed satisfaction with the choreographer and the notable presence Season 2 runner-up Travis Wall on the panel as a judge willing to give dancers a genuine and constructive criticism – or greed depths of his velvet jacket delicious? (Adam wants. Birthday Adam before. Adam promised summary read. Adam subtle.) Could also be easily described as “amazing” Mary Murphy of the skin significantly and suddenly bathed in sunshine. Nigel Lythgoe attempts cornball humor – in fact, Nij, you’re going to make a joke of a child playing with the choreographer named Chucky? – They were perhaps more of the “eyes” variety of “amazing”, but close enough.

And then there was the celebrity guest judge Carmen Electra. I mean, it was not “amazing” it? Her obvious beauty? Her cleavage? Use of the term “expert” in regard to their ability to judge a dance contest? At the beginning of the show, she confessed that she majored in ballet and modern dance at the School of Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, won something called “Miss Ohio Dance,” and “beatings” (ie “moshing”) is your favorite “style” of “dance”. Oh, “And The P**ycat Dolls” – which is apparently self-evident. Ms. Electra forgot to mention her performances as “Carmen Electra” in the movie Paris Hilton’s Pledge This, “Carmen Electra” in the NBC sitcom Joey, and “Carmen Electra” at the 2006 American Idol satire American Dreamz – but I m sure there was not enough time to cover everything. He spent the rest of the evening serves as a way station for specific adjectives like “strong,” “ridiculous”, “training”, “beautiful,” “good” and “energy.” Without fail, I completely forgot that he was still in the program when he finished speaking, so when Jack tossed in turn, was like a slap shiny and wrinkle-free face. But as my snark demon Smirkelstiltskin barked, “Hey, at least Tyce was not in sight.”

In fact, there are few familiar faces on the show last night, which was formed almost exclusively instead of new choreographers. The infusion of fresh blood was clearly welcome – Sonya Tayeh, NapTab, Stacey Tookey, and Jean-Marc Généreux choreographers are inspired, but their constant presence in the program was in danger of being old. That does not always mean, however, that the rookies came up with fresh ideas.

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