Another two dreams were shattered tonight in a twist that saw jazz dancer Zoey Black and urban dancer Patric Kuo sent packing in the sixth double elimination of the season.
This week, new couples were formed and passion was reunited. Zoey was teamed with urban tapper Jay Johns for an emotional contemporary piece about cancer. The judges loved the piece and Jason Gilkison praised Zoey’s efforts: “You were exceptional. When you are released and stretched out both emotionally and physically, you just soar.” Continue reading »
So You Think You Can Dance Australia
Contemporary dancer Maddie Peat and jazz dancer Stephen Perez were so close, yet so far away, to securing their place in the coveted Top 10 tonight.
After failing to stay clear of the bottom six and having the judges determine their fate, they were sent home in the fifth double elimination of the season.
Tonight marked the third time both Maddie and Stephen found themselves in the bottom six. They were joined by urban dancers Blond and Patric Kuo and jazz dancers Renelle Jones and Lauren Seymour. For Lauren, it was her first time in the bottom six. Continue reading »
On a night of spectacular performances to global number one hits, urban dancer Yukino McHugh and super-smiley jazz dancer Chris Tsattalios had their journey to become Australia’s favourite dancer cut short. After lacking the votes of the Australian public, they were sent home in the fourth double elimination of the season.
This week marked the third time Yukino had found herself in the bottom six and Chris’ second time. Joining them were jazz dancer Renelle Jones, contemporary dancer Maddie Peat and urban dancers Blond and Jay Johns. Continue reading »
Another two dreams were shattered tonight, as urban dancers Sally Hare and Joel Rasmussen were sent home after the second elimination of So You Think You Can Dance Australia.
The bottom six this week proved that amazing dancers could still find themselves lacking a connection to the Australian voting public. Chris Tsattalios, Blond, Yukino McHugh and Renelle Jones joined Sally and Joel in the dreaded position. With only 30 seconds to showcase what they have to offer during their dance for their lives, it was over to the judges to make the tough decision on who to send home. Continue reading »
The fate of each dancer lay in the hands of expert judges Paula Abdul, Shannon Holtzapffel, Aaron Cash and Jason Gilkison. Tonight, 20 lucky hopefuls were chosen to compete in the toughest dance competition in Australia.
Tthe Top 20 dancers are: Continue reading »
The multi-Emmy Award winning, global television phenomenon captivated Australians for three years. Its return to TEN promises to inspire and amaze once again, with more breathtaking performances and jaw-dropping moments as contestants compete to become Australia’s favourite dancer. Continue reading »
The multi-Emmy Award winning, global television phenomenon captivated Australians for three years and its return promises to inspire and amaze once again, with more breathtaking performances and spectacular moments as contestants compete to become Australia’s favourite dancers. Continue reading »
This rumour has been floated around quite a bit now, but it seems news is slowly firming that a reboot of Ten’s once-popular Australian edition of So You Think You Can Dance Australia is set to return on a yet-to-be-determined network.
What’s more is that news of Sarah Murdoch taking over hosting roles from Natalie Bassingthwaighte are also resurfacing after her name was floated late last year. Murdoch, who is currently married to Lachlan Murdoch, and hosted Australia’s Next Top Model from 2009 to 2011, hinted to The Daily Telegraph that she was ‘in talks’ for a television project in the ‘second half of 2012′.
If this news is true, it will be the first time the show has aired on television since mid-2010 when Robbie Kmetoni won the third season. Since then, it was put on hold.
Former judges included Bonnie Lythgoe and Matt Lee. Star of Channel 9′s Celebrity Apprentice Australia 2011, Jason Coleman rounded out that panel, and after rumours that show executive producer Nigel Lythgoe was keep to give the format to ‘another network’, rumours recently tipped Nine to resurrect the show.
Currently, no official word has surfaced on whether the show is coming back, what channel it will air on and who will host it.
But stay tuned, because a return is looking more and more likely.
Rumours are surfacing that The future of So You Think You Can Dance Australia is in question.
Usually part of Ten’s reality line up airing from February to April, the 2010 season was the show’s worst performing to date, leaving Ten considering whether to renew the show or not for 2011.
After poor figures in 2009, Australian Idol was “rested” for 2010 with one of the reasons being quoted as there being a timing clash in 2010 with the Commonwealth Games in October. Freemantle Media who product Idol are looking at the possibility of a revamped Idol in 2011, but nothing has been confirmed.
The Biggest Loser – also seen on Ten February to April – has also been subject to speculation in relation to its future. In 2010, the show had its worst figures to date. In 2011, the focus will be on families with families of three or more invited to apply for the 2011 season – applications are still open, suggesting the show should go ahead for 2011.
Then there is the speculation that Ten were looking into a reality show based on photographers, and loosely based on Australia’s Next Top Model. According to an interview by TV Tonight, there will be no such show.
With Masterchef doing so well for Ten, it’s no secret that the network are looking for ideas to replicate that sort of success. Without Australian Idol – usually seen from August to November – Ten does not have a reality competition show for the last few months of the ratings year.
Sources: Daily Telegraph, TV Tonight.
Masterchef Australia has claimed the top ratings spot in a competitive Wednesday night line-up.
The Ten reality show drew just over 1.6 million for their third show of the second series, with Seven’s war drama The Pacific pulling nearly 1.5 million.
However Nine’s headline show Hey Hey It’s Saturday slipped to just over 1.2 million and failed to take top spot in home state Melbourne over The Pacific.
Just over a million viewers watched Robbie Kmetoni take out the finale of So You Think You Can Dance Australia on Ten.