Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Everybody's in the Act JLo Chris Judd Dance Show

Jennifer Lopez & Ex-Husband To Launch Dance Shows
Jennifer Lopez and ex-husband Cris Judd will go head-to-head when they both launch television dancing shows later this year. Lopez is working with MTV on her reality series "Moves" where she will select and audition dancers, as well as act as an executive producer.

The hitmaker will use her dance training and experience to assist aspiring dancers in their careers in the fly-on-the-wall show.

Meanwhile, former dancer and choreographer Judd will host "Dirty Dancing: Living The Dream," a small-screen version of the 1987 Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey movie with a reality TV twist. The series will pair novice female dancers with experienced professionals who will train and compete for a featured role in the national cast of the upcoming Dirty Dancing musical.

Judd's series will air on Women's Entertainment (WE).

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Monday, May 29, 2006 So you think you can dance info.

You can follow the contestants and judges on Fox's So you think you can dance at Etchings Dance. So you think you can dance .
You can get biographies, what the prizes are, songs that they use. Check it out.

Sunday, May 28, 2006

New B-Boy Dance Show by Bad Boy

MTV and Bad Boy Entertainment, Sean “Diddy” Combs’ production company, are teaming up as dance partners for an as-yet-untitled series that will center on street dance troupes across the country. Combs will executive-produce the pilot episode.

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It seems that Sean Combs is joining the dance crowd with this new dance show focusing on street dancers. Actually, I think it's a good idea because street dancers can be AMAZING, but they often don't have the training to compete against dancers that will make the top ten on shows such as So you think you can dance. Those street dancers often don't have the money to take weekly dance classes at a studio, so good for Diddy for making that move.

Friday, May 19, 2006

America's top choreographers

America's top choreographers: Brian Friedman, Mia Michaels, Shane Sparks, Mary Murphy and Ron Montez. So you think you can dance.

Friday, May 12, 2006

Mary Murphy So you think you can dance judge - blog Here is the blog address for Mary Murphy's blog. She is one of the judges and choreographers on the So you think you can dance show on fox. The link is the official website
of Mary Murphy, ballroom dance champion, choreographer, accredited judge, and TV personality. I have also included this ballroom dancing link in the dance link list on the bottom left of this blog! Also, here is her profile.

Monday, May 08, 2006

Ballroom Bootcamp? Is it returning?

Ballroom Bootcamp on TLC Discovery -

Does anyone know if Ballroom Bootcamp is returning. I had a lot of fun with that show too! Check it out.

....Top ballroom dance professionals Susannah Cuesta, Gocha Chertkoev and Christian Perry will attempt to give the participants the physical, mental and social tools necessary for success, and stop at nothing to transform the participants from ordinary to extraordinary.

The Ballroom Bootcamp participants will learn one of five dance styles — the cha cha, waltz, tango, jive or rhumba — and then face off against one another in an authentic, professionally adjudicated competition.

It's the ultimate fish-out-of-water story. Think plumbers, couch potatoes, football players, moms and more unusual suspects. It's a chance to test regular people in a way they've NEVER been tested before....

So you think you can dance Updated Website

The website for So you think you can dance has finally been updated. Keep watching! So You Think You Can Dance.

Also, the New York Daily News reports "Executive producer Nigel Lythgoe, who also will return as a judge, said there will be some tweaks, including a half-hour results show." So, we know at least one judge.