Alana Stewart, Dr Piro and Shannen Doherty
Tex-Mex Fiesta was first held in 2015, and has raised close to $1 million to date, with proceeds benefitting Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C). Award-winning restaurant El Cholo catered the fiesta-style event, a theme inspired by the late Farrah Fawcett and her home state of Texas. Proceeds from this year’s Tex-Mex Fiesta once again benefited Stand Up To Cancer.
Among the attendees were Shannen Doherty, Heather Locklear, Chantelle Albers, Hart Bochner, Dyan Cannon, Barbara Davis, Richard Donner and Lauren Shuler Donner, Kate Flannery, George Hamilton, Mary Hart, Nigel Lythgoe, Jessica Morris, Ryan O’Neal, Stefanie Powers, Joe Roth and Irene Roth, Carole Bayer Sager and Bob Daly, Kimberly Stewart, Sean Stewart, Cheryl Tiegs, Ann Turkel, Fred Willard,
Last time, we said farewell to sassy popper Dassy Lee, who was on Team Fik-Shun. This season's talent is phenomenal, and I hate to see anyone go.
Monday’s episode of Dance also delivered some major nostalgia for the Fox series’ glory days, back when 20 amateurs would make it to the live shows and pair up with one another for two months of remarkable growth. (Nigel, if you miss it so much, please make it a thing again.
It is certainly understandable that So You Think You Can Dance is trying to keep things fresh and funky, on and off stage. This season there is a new judging panel: Nigel Lythgoe, newbie Vanessa Hudgens, and returning, the hot tamale herself, Mary Murphy. But does this format hurt each dancer's chances of winning, and doom some gifted dancers? I think so, and here are the reasons why.
In this new video from the July 17 episode (Fox, 8/7c), the 98 dancers who made it past the reality competition’s audition stage run through an ambitious, involved and flat-out fun number choreographed by La La Land‘s Mandy Moore.
“Welcome to The Academy,” judge Nigel Lythgoe announces to the hopefuls at the start of the clip. After noting that everyone there has impressed him and fellow judges Mary Murphy and Vanessa Hudgens, “it’s now time to impress the All-Stars.
The former AI producer told Et's Lauren Zima who he thinks should join Katy Perry on the judges panel at the Los Angeles debut of Travis Wall and Shaping Sound's new show, After the Curtain, at Royce Hall at UCLA on Tuesday.
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"The biggest star in my mind at the moment is Bruno Mars," Lythgoe, 67, expressed. "I think Bruno is fantastic. I don't know if he'd do it."
However, the producer noted that "just because he's a great singer and a great performer doesn't necessarily make him a great judge... You can never tell how a person's gonna be."
As for his feelings on bringing back the reality singing competition show? Lythgoe thinks "it's slightly too soon for it."
"At the same time, the fans won't
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