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Following are the top 5 performing arts venues in New Jersey:
New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Prudential Hall
Location: 1 Center St., Newark; Capacity: 2,868; Tickets sold in 2017: 124,097*; President and CEO: John Schreiber
Located in downtown Newark, the “NJ Pac” is one of “the best-sounding rooms in the state,” says Umt Presents promoter Tony Pallagrosi. Home to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the Pac also hosts a cross section of events and concerts by headliners including Paul Simon, Bob Dylan and Elvis Costello, as well as live TV broadcasts (“America’s Got Talent”), benefits, galas and dance troupes.
Count Basie Theatre
Location: 99 Monmouth St., Red Bank; Capacity: 1,568; Tickets sold in 2017: 122,303; President and CEO: Adam Philipson
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- Michele Amabile Angermiller
When it comes to cute dance couples, few can compete with Stephen "tWitch" Boss and Allison Holker. Today, Allison is known for being a pro on Dancing With the Stars and tWitch for being a dancer in Magic Mike Xxl, but their love story actually started on season seven of So You Think You Can Dance, where they were both performing as all-stars. Even though they barely talked to each other the whole season, they eventually let their true feelings show during the wrap party when they danced the night away together. And from there, the rest is history! While filming a commercial together in 2013 (which included dancing), tWitch surprised Allison by getting down on one knee and proposing. That December, they made their relationship official by getting married at Sytycd creator Nigel Lythgoe's Villa San Juliette Vineyard and Winery in Paso Robles, CA. Together they have two children: Allison's 9-year-old daughter, »
- Kelsie Gibson
So you think you and your partner are a cute couple? Try to compete with these two. Whether you've watched Allison Holker move and groove on Dancing With the Stars or Stephen "tWitch" Boss mix and spin on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as the official DJ, chances are you've witnessed this pair's talents. But for the loyal and devoted fans, they may know this duo as two of So You Think You Can Dance's all stars. After getting married in December of 2013, this couple has welcomed a child of their own. And yes, they've continued to dance their way through Hollywood to the delight of thousands of fans. What makes these dancers special off stage, however, is the family unit they »
Pieterse spoke with Et's Cameron Mathison after Monday's new DWTS, and the 21-year-old star opened up about the highly anticipated series, Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists, which was announced on Monday, and how it feels to finally be able to talk about it.
"I'm doing a pilot in January," Pieterse shared. "I'm so glad to announce it, actually I realized that I can announce it today, which I was kind of blindsided about."
After seven seasons of playing Alison Dilaurentis on the Freeform teen mystery drama, Pieterse says that she can't wait to get back into playing the character she's grown so familiar with.
"I love that I get to play Allison still," she said. "It's a character that's near to my heart for seven years and »
And just like that — insert dramatic finger-snap here — we’ve reached the home stretch of So You Think You Can Dance‘s 14th season.
It might feel like we were just watching Kaylee Millis slay her New York City audition, or cringing as Kiki Nyemchek fumbled his way through a hip-hop routine at The Academy. But in reality, we’re thisclose to learning who will become the Season 14 victor. (Time flies when Jason Derulo isn’t on the judging panel, eh?)
On Monday’s broadcast, the six remaining contestants made their last case for a spot in the finale — but for two of the dancers, »
Logan Hernandez and Allison Holker finally got to perform a contemporary routine together for “So You Think You Can Dance” during Monday’s live show, and they received a standing ovation for it. Watch the video below! As Gossip Cop has reported, Hernandez entered season 14 of “So You Think You Can Dance” as an extraordinary […] »
- Shari Weiss
The lure of a well-stocked HomeGoods is a force no decorating fiend can resist — including celebrities.
The popular décor destination, known for its huge selection of affordable (and occasionally offbeat) finds, is a favorite resource of any budget decorator. But the discount store, whose parent company Tjx Cos. recently launched a new chain of stores in the U.S., has also garnered a list of celebrity fans who, like us, will never pass up the chance to spend an afternoon filling their carts with candles, coasters and “Champagne” signs.
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- Megan Stein
Alright, so all of you who watched the huge Big Brother 19 live Double Eviction show last night know that host Julie Chen made a major announcement at the end. She revealed that this winter CBS is finally doing their own version of Celebrity Big Brother! In light of that, we sought out all the information we could from some other news outlets. It turns out that the folks over at The Hollywood Reporter were able to get a phone interview with Julie Chen and the executive producers of the show Allison Grodner and Rich Meehan. They definitely revealed a little more information that we can expect to see take place with this new Celebrity edition of Big Brother. It looks like we’ll see it actually air in 2018. So, it won’t be happening in December or something like that. We’ll probably see it premiere in January or February. »
- Andre Braddox
And oh, what an episode it was. There were tears, courtesy of Mary Murphy. There was an overuse of the word “stupendous,” courtesy of Vanessa Hudgens. And there was some infuriating favoritism of one particular couple, courtesy of Cat Deeley.
All that, and a genuinely shocking elimination — at least for this recapper, who did not see it coming.
Read on for a breakdown of Monday’s performances with the All- »
“Let me just melt real quick,” said Logan Hernandez at the prospect of working with choreographer Travis Wall on Top 8 night on “So You Think You Can Dance.” Hernandez was paired with Kaylee Millis for his first duet with a fellow competitor after performing exclusively on his own or with his all-star partner Allison […] »
- Daniel Montgomery
Only eight contestants remain on So You Think You Can Dance‘s Season 14 roster, and it seems they’re willing to do anything to stay in the competition: Get tied to a chair! Dance in a pile of garbage! Wear strange blonde wigs! (Whoops, sorry. That was just Vanessa Hudgens.)
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. »
Here’s a sentence you would only hear while watching So You Think You Can Dance: “You guys are playing aliens that have been transported into human bodies.”
Yep, it’s safe to say that things got weird on the second live broadcast of Season 14 — and not just because of the extraterrestrials. In the course of two hours, the Top 10 couples took the stage once more to dance for America’s votes, resulting in more than one out-of-this-world routine (and a few that missed the mark).
All of it led up to the season’s first live elimination, which »
Logan Hernandez and Allison Holker gave their first live “So You Think You Can Dance” performance on Monday. Watch the video below! Hernandez became an instant standout during season 14 when his audition moved the judges. He continued to shine during the Academy Week, and joined Holker’s team. The All-Star was able to pick four […] »
- Shari Weiss
Allison Holker is one of this season’s “So You Think You Can Dance” all-stars, mentoring her contestants throughout the competition until Monday night, when she revealed that Logan Hernandez would be her representative in the top 10. All the all-stars danced with their top-10 finalists in the first live show, but Hernandez had to take […] »
- Daniel Montgomery
Monday’s episode of So You Think You Can Dance at last revealed the Top 10 contestants for Season 14, after weeks of stunning auditions, brutal training at The Academy and far too much footage of the All-Stars looking conflicted about who to cut.
Over the course of two hours, we finally learned who each All-Star decided to bring to the performance shows — and the resulting duos set a very high bar in their first live outing.
Below, let’s recap Monday’s routines, in the order each finalist was revealed:
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So You Think You Can Dance might only get an hour of weekly airtime this summer — but the Fox series knows how to wring every last drop of drama out of those 60 minutes.
Now that the Academy contestants — well, most of them — have survived the hip-hop round, Monday’s episode presented the remaining hopefuls with back-to-back challenges: contemporary and ballroom.
In the hour that followed, a number of seemingly finale-bound dancers were eliminated — and, weirdly, it was their All-Star coaches who did most of the crying. Below, let’s recap the four biggest moments from Monday’s installment:
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Allison Holker and Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss never miss a chance to dance — especially when it’s for a greater good!
The married duo has teamed up with I Am a Dancer Against Cancer to raise awareness for the charity, which provides financial support to individuals in the dance community and their families who have been impacted by cancer.
In the first sweet clip, tWitch surprises super fan and cancer survivor, Emma McDonald, who looks up to tWitch as her dance hero and praises him for being “a very genuine person” who’s “extremely kind and caring.” McDonald was diagnosed with »
- Nicole Sands
After showcasing four weeks’ worth of good, bad and (very occasionally) ugly auditions, So You Think You Can Dance put its hopefuls through a whole different stress test on Monday night.
More than 100 contestants put their best feet forward — pun so intended — during their first day at The Academy, where they will attempt to earn a spot in the Top 10 by mastering multiple dance styles and impressing this season’s judges and All-Stars.
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But as the Dance field was narrowed down on Monday night, the hour-long episode made way for several moments in need of discussion, »
Casey Wilson had quite the homecoming!
The actress, 36, moved in with her now husband David Caspe, 38, four years ago, and she tells People that the writer-producer had a super-sweet surprise in store for her upon arrival.
“I moved in and on the same day he asked me to marry him,” she says, joking that he waited until “the very last second” to make things official.
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Although the former Marry Me actress says Caspe is “very into design,” she admits that the three-bedroom, »
- Megan Stein
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