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0 comments | Friday, May 26, 2006

Last night Fox premiered the second season of "So You Think You Can Dance" and as expected they showed the good,the bad, and the ugly. I still don't understand why people would go on national television to embarass themselves. Just because you took ballet lessons from Ms. Suzie's school of dance when you were 6 doesn't make you a dancer! Believe it or not I almost auditioned for the show when they came to L.A.. I don't know what I was thinking because I'm not into participating in reality tv at all. I showed up at 6 A.M. to a line that wrapped 3 blocks with hundreds of people who would be there for another 4 hours before the start of the actual audition. As a working professional already it was not worth it to me and I went home and went back to bed! The producers did not dissapoint middle america by playing into the stereotype that all male dancers are gay, they had queens voguing, making entrances in mink coats, and throwing "shade" all over the place! This season will surely be entertaining if nothing else. I predict another lyrical dancer to take the crown again, we'll see.


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