MTV has canceled its reality competition, “America’s Best Dance Crew.” Produced by Randy Jackson of “American Idol” fame, the series has completed seven seasons.
Unlike its broadcast network rivals, “So You Think You Can Dance” and “America’s Got Talent”, “ABDC” featured only groups of dancers — the dance crews — competing to win a $ 100,000 prize. Mario Lopez hosted the program throughout its run, while… Continue reading MTV cancels 'America's Best Dance Crew'
MTV is shutting down America’s Best Dance Crew.
Randy Jackson’s long-running competition series is coming to an end on the network. MTV released this statement to EW: “We are grateful to Randy Jackson and Warner Horizon for having brought our audience seven amazing seasons of dance with ABDC, and look forward to more successful and dynamic entertaining collaborations in the future.”
Along with the conclusion of Jersey Shore, at least… Continue reading ‘America’s Best Dance Crew’ canceled
It was “Guilty Pleasures” week on “Dancing With the Stars,” and the All-Stars’ performances ranged from hot to hot mess.
Last night, we saw Apolo Anton Ohno, Shawn Johnson, Sabrina Bryan, an injured Melissa Rycroft and their pro partners tumble across the ballroom in a spectacular pep-rally rendition of “Call Me Maybe.”
What tonight’s “Gangnam… Continue reading 'Dancing With the Stars' poll: 'Gangnam Style' vs. 'Call Me Maybe' - which team dance did you like best?
First the good news: “So You Think You Can Dance” has its final four dancers. Tiffany Maher, Eliana Girard, Chehon Wespi-Tschopp and Cyrus Spencer will all vie for America’s votes in next Tuesday’s (Sept. 11) performance finale.
The bad news: Witney Carson and Cole Horibe were automatically eliminated after receiving the fewest votes.
Even though America decided their fate after last week’s performance show, each… Continue reading 'So You Think You Can Dance' down to final 4
After a two-week Olympics hiatus, four contestants were eliminated tonight (Aug. 15) on “So You Think You Can Dance,” in which the dancers honored Emmy-winning choreographer and judge Mia Michaels by performing her iconic routines.
Of the six dancers who received the fewest votes, Matthew Kazmierczak, Dareian Kujawa, Janelle Issis and Amelia Lowe were sent home.
Lindsay Arnold and George Lawrence II were spared by Nigel… Continue reading 'So You Think You Can Dance' boots four; Top 10 All-Star pairings begin next week