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You can’t keep a good man down or, in the case of Travis Wall, Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson, a good group of men. Their dance company, Shaping Sound, who we fell in love with last year on their reality series, All The Right Moves, kicks off a new national tour starting this weekend in Los Angeles.
While we could’ve done the usual interview with the guys to learn more, we thought it would be fun to stop by during a rehearsal break and have them interview each other.
First, longtime BFFs Travis and Nick ask questions about what people might be surprised to know about them and Nick’s love of eating.
Next, Teddy and Kyle join the mix and we find out if they’re often mistaken for gay as well as how this tour is different from what you may have seen from »
- Jim Halterman
We learned recently from Travis Wall that they’re looking at other networks to bring us a second season of the reality show All The Right Moves but, thankfully, Wall and his fellow dancers Nick Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson have been keeping very busy with their dance company Shaping Sound as well as a plethora of individual projects.
Robinson, for one, is focusing on his dancing. But he is also pursuing acting, which we can witness on tonight’s episode of NBC’s Parks and Recreation where he plays a Lincoln impersonator slash stripper who entertains at the bachelorette party for Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler).
We talked to Robinson earlier this week to talk about his Parks and Rec gig and how his work in dance and acting are complimenting each other.
AfterElton: Tell me what you’re doing on Parks and Recreation this week.
Archer returns tonight and in my house
so does the question, "They've got cell phones and Soviets? What year is this?"
Vampire Diaries producer Julie Plec tells EW that spin-off series The Originals has been discussed for about two years, which I guess explains why the Originals stuck around long past their expiration date. Plec also says that Daniel Gillies would always be welcome on the spin-off, but that's up to Gillies.
This is turning out to be a week of the axe falling on cable shows. Yesterday it was bad news for Drop Dead Diva now, Syfy has cancelled Alphas.
Taking a cue from The Killing, TNT has ordered a pilot from Steven Bochco that will follow a murder investigation over a season. This isn't the first time Bochco has tried to tell a season-long story, in 1995 critics tried to convince viewers to pick up Murder One, which »
3 items from 2013
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