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Also wisely dumped is the Season 12 format that pitted “Street” against “Stage” dancers.SYTYCD is relying on the formula that made it popular and won a loyal legion of fans, with adult competitors performing a variety of styles.is going old school, and if you’re a fan, breathe a sigh of relief.Fox’s reality dance competition show premiered its 14th season tonight, which has been dubbed “Back to Basics.” Gone are last season’s junior competitors.They’re just more interesting because they’ve had some life experience and seasoning." data-reactid="31"Of course, it’s hard to tell at this point if there’s another Twitch in the making this season, but even the premiere had some promising performers, like “breaking contemporary” dancer Mark Villaver, whose sunny disposition and big smile got everyone in the auditorium letting out therapeutic breaths.SYTYCD’s most memorable numbers have been romantic or sensual — think Mark and Chelsie in “Bleeding Love” (Season 4), the park bench dance with Heidi and Travis (Season 2), and Melanie and Marko’s “I Got You” (Season 8)." data-reactid="45" most memorable numbers have been romantic or sensual — think Mark and Chelsie in “Bleeding Love” (Season 4), the park bench dance with Heidi and Travis (Season 2), and Melanie and Marko’s “I Got You” (Season 8).
That kind of choreography is inappropriate for tween dancers, so we missed out on a huge chunk of expression last year. She also brings a warmth and emotionality to the judges’ table that counterbalances Nigel Lythgoe’s sterner, stonier facade.
Having appeared in a promo for the show a couple of weeks ago, she will make her debut in part 1 of the Los Angeles auditions.
“I am so excited for Vanessa to join Mary [Murphy] and me on the judging panel for the 14th season of ‘So You Think You Can Dance,’” said EP and fellow judge Nigel Lythgoe.
Even the best among them (Riley and Bleu) have had their fair share of missteps while Osbourne and Engvall have come just short of a perfect score once or twice. The “Dancing With the Stars” Season 17 finale airs Monday at 8 p.m.
With multiple Emmy wins, Judge and co-creator of SYTYCD Nigel Lythgoe was surprised at how popular the show became.
“I’m saddened of course to be released from my contract,” she said in the statement obtained by The Wrap.