Friday, May 27, 2011

X Factor USA: Pussycat Dolls choreographer says “Simon really wanted Nicole on the show”

Robin Antin, the choreographer who initially put together hit girl band The Pussycat Dolls, has told Extra that Simon Cowell “really wanted” Nicole Scherzinger on X Factor USA.

Antin made her remarks in response to questions about why she thought Cheryl Cole had been axed from the demonstrate.

Robin spoke to Extra while attending the finale of this year’s American Idol, and she suggested that Nicole was an clear choice for judge over Cheryl, even though Cheryl has been with the show for its first auditions.

Antin added, “I know that there was a lot of going back and forth, and I know that Simon actually wanted Nicole to be on the show, no matter what.

So finding her the place of host made sense…
I don’t know the exact details of how everything went down, but it sounds like a excellent thing.

Nicole should be judging. She knows what she’s doing.
Do you agree? Is Nicole the right choice as a judge currently that Cheryl’s left?

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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Youth dance steps out

ENROLMENT is now taking place for the summer expression of the East Riding Youth Dance group in Goole.

The project, which is led by a professional dancer, Anna Olejniki, is held at Junction, on Friday evenings and is aimed at individuals between the ages of 11 and 18, of all abilities.

It is funded by Arts Council England and East Riding Council, with each term comprising ten sessions, with a final concert showcased at the Spa, Bridlington.

Between 4.30pm and 6pm, the class is for 11 - 13-year-olds and between 6.15pm and 8.15pm it is unfasten to 14 - 18-year-olds.

The plan costs £30 a term, £90 for the year.

The summer term run until July 22.

To join, contact Michelle McCoy on 1482 392653 or the youth dance mobile 07795 337492

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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Emily has the talent

A TALENTED 18-year-old from Milford is celebrating after gaining a place at one of the country’s most important musical theatre colleges.

Emily Tomlinson will graduate from Stage works, a performing arts school based in Cambridge shire, in July, after pleasing exams in singing, acting and dancing.

She will now start her next training phase from a choice of one of four colleges — Stella Mann College in Bedford, Millennium Performing Arts in London, LCPA in Leicester, or Liverpool Theatre School.

Emily has previously gained funding at Liverpool Theatre School. She started at Stage works in September 2009 on the full-time performing arts course.

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Tuesday, May 3, 2011


THE race to be a Big Brother contestant has authoritatively begun.

From today, Brits across the country who want to be first inside the brand fresh fly-on-the-wall Big Brother house can apply online.

Later this summer Channel 5 will bring the hit reality demonstrate back to life.

And fans will be treated to a celebrity version before telly’s most well-known house is handed over to the show’s real stars, the British public.

Big Brother bosses will be holding open auditions approximately the country throughout the summer, the details of which will be revealed in the coming weeks.

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