It’s tough enough looking after dogs.”His dogs, a dalmatian and pitbull named Bonnie and Clyde, take up any spare time he has.“My ex-wife was called Bonnie, so here was just another bitch who wouldn’t do what I asked her,” joked Nigel.multi-cameras) to film choreography well, a skill that would later lead to a TV career.During the 1970s and into the 1980s, Lythgoe had the opportunity to perform with dancers from Cyd Charisse to Gene Kelly.
There was instant chemistry in the audition rounds, and I know the SYTYCD fans will love her as much as we do.“So You Think You Can Dance” is returning to the 18 to 30 age group for season 14 with an old friend of the show’s back in the mix: Mary Murphy. ” an exuberant Nigel Lythgoe commented on my radio show. She can beat me up and hurt me, and I can be rude to her, and that’s all part of the fun of the show.” Both Lythgoe and Murphy were in Brooklyn, N.The show’s co-creator and judge called from Los Angeles in what is now seemingly an annual tradition after the competition’s renewal. Y., earlier this month for auditions alongside Vanessa Hudgens, the former Disney star who, as of late, starred both on Broadway and in “Grease: Live”.Vanessa is an accomplished artist and brings her own brand of enthusiasm and energy to our panel,” said Lythgoe, who also executive-produces.The 14 season of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE features highly skilled dancers between the ages of 18-30 who will showcase their talents in various dance styles, including contemporary, tap, hip-hop, ballroom, animation, breaking and more.