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This week’s So You Think You Can Dance practically deserved its own post on Craigslist.
You were the All-Star wearing beige who kept gesticulating wildly with your arms… I was the Team Stage dancer trying to keep my head above water in a complicated routine… You were Medusa, and how the heck am I supposed to make that work?
Yes, I’m exaggerating a wee bit, and no, I am not Michael Slezak. (More on that in a moment.) But the gulf that existed between some of this season’s Top 8 and their All-Star partners was considerable as the week’s routines unfolded, »
“Turn down these voices inside my head,” requested Bonnie Raitt, in her epic 1991 hit “I Can’t Make You Love Me.”
That’s not a bad philosophy, as it turns out, for watching So You Think You Can Dance — still breathtaking in Season 12, and yet also unflinchingly manipulative in its pre-performance packages, judges’ comments and even post-dance interview soundbites.
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As the Top 14 took the stage this week for a septet of uneven routines — and brutal double cuts on Team Stage and Team Street »
Kicking into Wednesday! Have a great day! A video posted by Katie Holmes (@katieholmes212) on Mar 18, 2015 at 6:36am Pdt Joey Potter's got the moves! Katie Holmes was more than happy to show off her impressive dance moves on Wednesday, Mar. 18. "Kicking into Wednesday!" Holmes, 36, captioned an Instagram video. "Have a great day!" The grainy video shows Holmes whipping her body to the side and lifting her right leg in the air with her longtime pal Tyce Diorio. The barefoot star is dressed casually in sweatpants and [...] »
3 items from 2015
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