Catching Up With Courtney and Allison

When all-stars Courtney Galiano (Season 4) and Allison Holker (Season 2) performed at L.A.’s Staples Center on their penultimate tour stop,  they opened up to Fox.com/Dance. Allison revealed something she’s never told anyone before and Courtney talked about Glee.

When asked what it’s like to get an opportunity to tour the nation once again with So You Think You Can Dance, Courtney and Allison said that it has been amazing. Dancers don’t often get the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a part of a huge production like this, the girls explained.

What were Allison and Courtney’s favorite routines they performed on tour? “My favorite dance is ‘Fix You’ with Robert that Travis Wall dedicated to his mom. The dance means a lot to Robert since he went through a similar situation with his mom, and I know Denise Wall well,” Allison, who is also a mother, shared. “I’ve never revealed this to anyone, but each night right before I take the stage to dance it, I dedicate the performance to a person whom I met in the last city. Many fans I’ve met at each tour stop tell me about their experiences with cancer and how this dance has affected them. I’m just honored to be a part of it.” Courtney revealed, “My favorite dance I get to do on tour would have to be the table dance I do with Kent. It’s really fun and playful and sexy.”

Of all the cities Allison and Courtney have traveled to with the SYTYCD Tour, they’ve enjoyed Chicago and D.C. “D.C. was really cool and we got to hangout and sightsee,” Allison explained. “I loved it there. I also really like going to the east coast since that’s where I’m from,” Courtney added.

What’s next for these SYTYCD hot-shots? Allison said she is about to sign a contract to tour with a very popular recording artist. Courtney, who always says she’s “blessed to be stressed,” is hoping to get on Glee again. She danced on a couple episodes of the FOX show’s first season. “They made it past Regionals, so there has to be Nationals, right?”

Come back next week to read my interview with Ade Obayomi and Dominic Sandoval.

>>Read the LA tour-stop recap.

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So You Think You Can Dance Season 7 Tour

The Season 7 stars toured the nation all autumn long.

I have yet to miss a So You Think You Can Dance tour, and I anxiously waited for the Season 7 tour to roll into my hometown. The Season 7 Top 7, plus special all-star guests, rolled into Los Angeles on their penultimate tour stop.

Wondering what was performed on tour? Here’s the list of performances, according to the November 16, 2010 show at Los Angeles, California’s Staples Center.

-Announcement of dancers and group number.
-Season 7 & 6 champs: Lauren Froderman & Russell Ferguson (in tWitch Boss’s place) for NappyTabs’ “My Chick Bad.”
-Kent Boyd & Ade Obayomi (in place of Neil Haskell) to Tyce Diorio’s “Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, MO.”
-Robert Roldan & Courtney Galiano to Sonya Tayeh’s “XXXO.”
-Jose Ruiz & Dominic Sandoval to NappyTab’s “Battle For The Beat.”
-Billy Bell & Lauren Froderman to Mandy Moore’s “Boogie Shoes.”
-Robert Roldan & Kathryn McCormick to Stacey Tookey’s “Heaven Is A Place on Earth.”
-Season 7 Top 7 jazz to Sonya Tayeh’s “Royal T.”
-Season 6’s Russell Ferguson & Kathryn McCormick to NappyTab’s “I Can Transform Ya.”
-Kent Boyd & Robert Roldan (in place of Neil Haskell) in NappyTab’s “How It Ends.”
-Group Number to Kelley Abbey’s “All That Jazz.”
-Ashley Galvan & Dominic Sandoval to NappyTabs’ “How Low.”
-Lauren Froderman & Ade Obayomi to Mandy Moore’s “Oh Yeah.”
-Robert Roldan’s solo
-AdéChiké Torbert & Courtney Galiano to Tyce Diorio’s “Manteca.”
-Kent Boyd & Allison Holker to Stacey Tookey’s “Sundrenched World.”
-Billy Bell & Robert Roldan to Nakul Dev Mahajan’s “Ganesh.”
-Group Bollywood
INTERMISSION
-Lauren Froderman & all the guys to Mia Michaels’ “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic.”
-Robert Roldan & Dominic Sandoval to NappyTabs’ “Scars.”
-Kent Boyd & Courtney Galiano to Tyce Diorio’s “Amy Amy Amy.”
-Ashley Galvan & Ade Obayomi to Dee Caspary’s “Cosmic Love.”
– AdéChiké Torbert & Lauren Froderman (in place of Comfort Fedoke) to NappyTab’s “Fallin’.”
-Kent Boyd’s solo
-Hip Hoppers Jose Ruiz, Dominic Sandoval, & Russell Ferguson to NappyTabs’ “Din Daa Daa.”
-Group Disco number by Doriana Sanchez
-Russell Ferguson solo
-Billy Bell & Ade Obayomi to Stacey Tookey’s “Mad World.”
-Lauren Froderman solo
-Robert Roldan & Allison Hoker to Travis Wall’s “Fix You.”
-Lauren Froderman & Kent Boyd to Travis Wall’s “Collide” and then to Jean-Marc Genereux & France Mousseau’s “My First Kiss.”
-Ritual closer to Adam Shankman’s “You Can’t Stop The Beat.”

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Vote for Cat

Vote for Cat Deeley in the EW.com poll.

So You Think You Can Dance’s host with the most, Cat Deeley, has been nominated and voted into the final round of Entertainment Weekly’s “Most Under-Appreciated Entertainer of 2010.” EW.com readers nominated Cat amongst 64 other competitors—and now she’s in the Top 4! Let’s pull together and vote for Cat.

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First Look: HBO’s Latest Epic Game of Thrones

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TV Guide Magazine visited Northern Ireland for a sneak peek at Game of Thrones, the new HBO drama (based on the best-selling novels of George R. R. Martin), premiering this April. “It’s an epic fantasy in the tradition of Tolkien, but with more sex, violence and treachery,” Martin says.

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Cheers & Jeers: Q: What Is TV’s Longest-Running Quiz Show? A: It’s Academic!

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Cheers to It’s Academic for celebrating its 50th year on the air.

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Keck’s Exclusives: Who’s Gunning for Paul Young on Desperate Housewives?

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Spoiler alert! Following in the bloodied loafers of despised characters J.R. Ewing (Dallas) and Mr. Burns (The Simpsons), the villainous Paul Young (Mark Moses) will be shot by an unknown assailant in the final moments of Desperate Housewives‘ December 12 cliff-hanger. Fans will be left guessing whodunit until early next year.   

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Finale Watch: Boardwalk and Walking Dead

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Board-Walking Dead Empire: Now there’s a mash-up I’d like to see. Zombies vs. Jazz Age bootleggers. Period art, meet graphic pop art.

In terms of Sunday night buzz, the zombies have been winning lately, with the six concentrated hours of AMC’s intensely compelling horror fest The Walking Dead somewhat upstaging the more languorous, layered storytelling of HBO’s gorgeously engrossing Boardwalk Empire. Both will be back next fall (more or less, time-wise), and I will be eagerly awaiting their return. Especially after each wrapped their first seasons Sunday night with very powerful episodes…


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