Former X Factor judge Kelly Rowland signs up for Aussie show Everybody Dance Now
Each night of the show will see one of six acts competing to take home $10,000, and it’s entirely up to the voting audience who stays and who goes given there is no panel of judges.
The show will be presented by Sarah Murdoch and famous choreographer Jason Gilkison will be its Creative Director.
Speaking to the Sun about the show, and more specifically about her own favourite dance moves, Kelly said, “The running man is fun [but] it has to be a specific hour and you gotta be a couple drinks in…”
Everybody Dance Now is set to air on Australia’s Channel 10 later this year, and in terms of audiences, the show no longer has to compete with Foxtel’s Got To Dance after it was axed by the network.
Foxtel has abandoned plans for a local dance reality series, Got to Dance.
A Foxtel spokesperson told Australia’s TV Tonight website, “Foxtel will not proceed with the production of Got To Dance as planned due to a scheduling conflict with a dance series on another network.
“It is regretful for all concerned but inevitable when such a clash occurs.”
The show’s host Andrew Gunsberg added, “I completely understand why Got to Dance isn’t going ahead.
“I have a really great relationship with Brian Walsh at Foxtel, and he and I are actively looking for further projects that we can both work on.
“It’s unfortunate this didn’t happen but I’ve been working in this industry long enough to know that sometimes this is how it works.”
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