Friday, May 28, 2010

'So You Think You Can Dance' Recap: Let's Get Contemporary

With Thursday night's (May 27) big opening of the new season of So You Think You Can Dance, the demonstrate made its first stops in the audition rounds on the east coast in both the Big Apple and Miami. Following a heavy, overly theatrical introduction, host Cat Deeley kept reminding us that season seven is going to be the toughest and most gung ho season yet (most likely due to the all of the rule changes). But at least the auditions reminded us that a few things just always stay the same: People still screech, I'm going to Las Vegas! and there continue to be very bizarre (and dubious) auditions.

Of course we only find to see a select few of these auditions, but from what I could tell, New York absolutely produced some interesting characters, which always makes for enormous entertainment (if not essentially for top-shelf dancing). The most unforgettable was the hazardous waste fluid cleaner (or something of that sort) who essentially cleans up blood for a living. His job alone made him worth mentioning. And then there was the low-budget horror film director who cross-dressed wearing fruits and vegetables (and ultimately threw a broccoli that was taped to his chest to the judges). actually he had just gone vegetarian.

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