So You Think You Can Dance

Justin Bieber joins So You Think You Can Dance Season 11 as he attempts to grow facial hair #Fail

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It’s been revealed this weekend that Canadian pop brat Justin Bieber is to star on So You Think You Can Dance during its eleventh run in what will apparently be a “recurring capacity.” He and choreographer Nick DeMoura are reportedly due to make the first of four appearances on the Fox Network show as of May 28, and on that date – which is the new series’ premiere – Bieber and DeMoura will introduce a dance crew challenge…

BBC to axe So You Think You Can Dance? Will you be glad to see it go?

We are desperately saddened by claims today that BBC are planning to axe So You Think You Can Dance. The reality TV series is a huge hit in America and only last Wednesday night, was the most-watched prime-time program in the country. However the format has not been so successful in the UK and insiders say that although the first series of the show was well received, the second series never took off properly and the BBC are not now planning to air a third.

So You Think You Can Dance 2011: Profile of finalist Shane Collard

Shane Collard Age: 24 From: Perth, Australia Aussie contemporary dancer, looking for his big break in the UK After three years’ ballet and contemporary dance training in Perth, Shane left Australia at 18, and with his first professional audition, landed a role as a Can-Can soloist at the Moulin Rouge. However, it was only after a series of dance classes in New York years later that Shane was inspired to train further and move to London to make it as a dancer.

So You Think You Can Dance: Matt Flint choreographed Let’s Dance routine for James Thornton and Charlie Baker

Matt Flint is due to make an appearance on So You Think You Can Dance when the show returns this weekend, but it won’t be the first time the tap dancer has been affiliated with the BBC. A clip of the London based performer was featured on BBC Breakfast this morning, and he was seen stunning the SYTYCD judging panel – Nigel Lythgoe, Arlene Phillips, Louise Redknapp and Sisco Gomez – with his fast paced and unique tap routine.

Charlie Bruce wins the first UK So You Think You Can Dance

They nicknamed her Cheeky Charlie during the competition, but tonight’s So You Think You Can Dance final, Charlie Bruce had emerged as a mature, competent dancer. After a dislocated shoulder caused my personal favourite – Robbie White – to have to drop out, Charlie found herself in the final three with Lizzie Gough and Tommy Franzen. All the finalists danced in couples, either with other finalists or with former contestants who were brought back to fill the gap left by Robbie.

So You Think You Can Dance – The Final (13 February 2010)

For the first time this series, Cat Deeley doesn’t try to shimmy her way onto the stage. She wastes no time with introductions, it’s straight into Robbie White dislocating his shoulder – ON CAMERA!!! A clearly devastated Robbie is seen teary-eyed, admitting that his place in the competition is over. He joins Cat on stage wearing a funky black sling. My heart sincerely bleeds for him – I reckon he could’ve won this series. Nigel admits that “it’s brillian