"Since I've been [in America] I've had a heart attack, I've lost the back of my heart, I've had peritonitis, I've lost 15 feet [4.6metres] of my intestine, my marriage has broken up and I've lost my wife," he says. "And the gag now is, I miss my intestine." (Jokes aside, he says he is on good terms with estranged wife Bonnie and thinks she did an excellent job as a judge on the Australian version of So You Think You Can Dance.)
Scott Patrick Wagner wonders about the door slam sounds in Katee & Twitch's contemporary routine:
I had only heard the song used, “Mercy” by Duffy, in passing, and wasn’t familiar with the strong “slamming” percussive that ended those phrases. But I imagined that Mia let her imagination run wild with them, and they were perhaps the inspiration for the number. (Most of my own choreography has been to prerecorded pop music, and the arrangement can become a jumping-off point, if not a roadmap.)
I’ve had a chance to listen to the whole tune, and –somebody please correct me immediately if I’m wrong — but those door-slam percussives aren’t actually IN the song, at least not as it was recorded and released by the artist. To me, that just opens up a big ol’ can of worms. It has gone from feeling like inventiveness and resourcefulness to being, frankly, a cheat.
He also wonders if Debbie Allen is coming back and if she's pissed...
JoannaOC analyzes the differences between Argentine Tango and Ballroom Tango.
Here's another reason Cat Deeley should have been nominated for a Best Reality Host Emmy. The 5 nominees will be hosting the Emmy ceremony. Pop up alert.
Sabra Johnson and Kameron Bink will be teaching in South Africa in late September/early October.