11:34 AM EDT 05/22/2015
Originally posted 05/19/2015 05:30PM
In an exclusive first look at season 12 of the dance competition, the judges explain the reality show's new twist, in which the dancers are separated into two categories.
"We're looking for the top 10 stage dancers, which includes tap, ballroom, ballet, contemporary, and the top 10 street dancers – salsa, street, tango and, of course, all the hip-hop," says show creator Nigel Lythgoe. "Then we join them together and all hell's gonna break loose."
Originally posted 04/26/2014 09:15AM
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Originally posted 03/08/2013 11:15AM
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Originally posted 10/01/2012 03:15PM
So You Think You Can … keep a secret?
According to multiple British reports, Cat Deeley quietly wed Irish comedian Patrick Kielty in Rome over the weekend at the Saint Isidore's College chapel.
The U.K.'s Daily Mail cites an apparent wedding photo of the So You Think You Can Dance host, 35, wearing a white dress and having a celebratory drink with Kielty, 41.
However, reps for Deeley and Kielty have kept mum on the reported nuptials.
Originally posted 05/03/2012 10:50AM
Imitation may be a form of flattery. Still, NBC might not be too flattered by Fox's new dating show.
The latter network has begun promoting an upcoming reality competition called The Choice, modeled quite blatantly on NBC's The Voice – but with romance instead of singing as the focus.
"Four celebrities ... blind auditions ... spinning chairs ... but ... it's not what you think," said a promo (above) that aired Wednesday during American Idol.
The format, in which people question and choose their dates without being able to see them, recalls The Dating Game, which began in the 1960s. The difference here is that celebrities will be the bachelors and bachelorettes doing the questioning.
Originally posted 07/09/2011 03:40PM
She's met the princes before – William, Harry and Charles –, and she's even met the Queen, but stateside on Saturday at the BAFTA-LA dinner, she hopes to add to her royal memories.
"I've never met Kate," says Brit Cat Deeley, the host of So You Think You Can Dance, of the Duchess of Cambridge. "I'm really looking forward to it actually!"
Deeley has been tapped to be an emcee of sorts at the BAFTA 'Brits to Watch' dinner at the Belasco Theater in downtown L.A. on Saturday.
Originally posted 05/26/2011 02:00PM
Memorial Day may mark the beginning of summer, but another indication that the sunny season is upon us is the premiere of So You Think You Can Dance.
FOX's reality dance competition kicks off its eighth season Thursday with auditions in the San Francisco area and Atlanta – the city host Cat Deeley was most impressed with this year.
"And I didn't expect to be," Deeley told PEOPLE in Los Angeles, the last stop in the show's audition tour. "You always know you're going to get great people in New York and Los Angeles and then the cities in between you are searching for those diamonds in the rough."
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