Less than 24 hours after the "American Idol" finale, Fox brought out the series it hopes can again satisfy its fans throughout the summer. That means it has its own cranky British judge, Nigel Lythgoe, who is a little less mean than "Idol" counterpart Simon Cowell but can be excused for that because as president of 19 Television, Lythgoe is also Cowell's boss. Lythgoe, joined this season by Mary Murphy and in the New York auditions by Dan Karaty, forms one of a troika of judges that decides the hopefuls' fate at an early stage, much like Simon, Randy Jackson and Paula Abdul do on "Idol. The show also has delusional auditioners with more moxie than talent, and really good but unknown performers who find the ability to shine on the big stage. New York, the first of four audition cities this season, provided plenty of each.
So You Think You Can Dance
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He's a year-old from New York. He auditioned on the last season and the season before. Last season, he claimed that he's back with better moves. When the starts dancing, once in a while he's dancing with the beat but he's not most of the time. He has weird moves includes jumps, throws his leg in the air, and not including his gyrates. He's not a good dancer.
SEX IS BACK! DAVE KENNETH "SEX" SOLLER
Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. Yahoo Answers. I want to see his audition video from "so you think you can dance".
With thousands of hopefuls, he's queued for hours for the Manhattan auditions of this hit show's second series. After bombing out last year, he's having another shot. With red glasses, blue boardshorts and gangly frame, he says he's trained harder and has better moves. When the music starts, he gyrates, he jumps, he throws his legs in the air, occasionally in time with the music, mostly not. But when the music stops, the judges begin their own cruel routine.