I haven’t followed So You Think You Can Dance as religiously as I used to. However, after seeing a couple promo videos, I’m actually looking forward to the dancing competition’s tenth season. Adding to my excitement is the fact Season 9 was a step up from the previous years. Airing only once a week definitely revived the show.
The first clip I have for you gives a behind the scenes look at the SYTYCD Season 10 All-Stars during a photoshoot. On hand are Homorazzi friend Mark Kanemura, along with Twitch Boss, Allison Holker, Whitney Carson, Lauren Froderman, Kathryn McCormic, Robert Roldan and Neil Haskell. Speaking of Neil, he is looking better than ever. The blond cutie has certainly aged well. A few of them give updates of what they’ve been up to since their respective seasons. Holker talking about her engagement to Twitch is a smudge adorable.
The second clip you might’ve seen on television already. It’s a promo highlighting the science of dance with numerical algorithms sketched over dancers performing. One of the best teaser promos I’ve seen in awhile. Last and certainly not least, the final clip gives a first look at Season 10. Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy along with guest judges and host Cat Deeley talk about the talent and what to expect this upcoming season. Watch all three videos below.
Can you believe Glee is airing its Season 4 finale on Thursday? It seems just like yesterday when Rachel, Finn, Mercedes, Quinn, Mike, Puck and Santana graduated from McKinley High. Don’t expect another commencement ceremony on the finale this season. Ryan Murphy is splitting up the school year between Season 4 and Season 5. Instead, here’s what to expect on Thursday.
Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) might or might not get engaged. An older lesbian couple (Kurt and Blaine in 20 years *wink*) played by TV vets Meredith Baxter and Patty Duke will undoubtedly play a factor in that. With regards to New Directions, they compete at Regionals against a formidable team headlined by Frida Romero portrayed by American Idol Season 11 runner-up Jessica Sanchez.
In the meantime, Rachel heads to her Funny Girl callback. Will she choke or will she be Broadway bound for Glee Season 5? More importantly, what is she singing? Find out below. A few of the artists covered on the finale include Icona Pop, The Script, Celine Dion, Little Mix, DJ Zedd and an original track. Check them all out below.
Seven years after FOX canceled Arrested Development, the cult favorite returns for a long-awaited fourth season. The revived series will debut 15 brand new episodes all premiering at the same time on Netflix on May 26, 2013 in numerous countries. Your returning favorites will be joined by newbies including Kristen Wiig, John Krasinski, Terry Crews and Isla Fisher to name a few.
Previously, Netflix revealed a promo poster with an over-sized container all chained up (see above). I’m sure you have a pretty good idea what’s locked up in there. The network debuted the updated artwork featuring the contents of the container. Check it out below.
I’ve also embedded the first clip from the upcoming fourth season. It’s been kicking around for a couple of weeks now, but just in case you missed it, it’s here. It shows the hilarious Lucille Bluth played by Jessica Walter circumventing a hotel’s no smoking policy.
Well it’s here. After months of competition, a couple weeks of reruns and recaps, endless drama and some of the best/worst drag I’ve seen on tv we have a winner for the 5th season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Before we get to the winner let’s recap a bit or the reunion shall we?
As is tradition we have a reunion episode where we get one last moment to see our Season 5 queens on the tube before they disappear into reality TV history (except for Alyssa, who is getting her own spinoff ALLEGEDLY!). I have to tell you I actually completely forgot that half of those queens were even on the show. But I guess that’s what happens when you get eliminated at the beginning.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5 comes to a close tonight. Who will take it all? Alaska, Jinkx Monsoon or Roxxy Andrews? Before RuPaul crowns “America’s Next Drag Superstar” and “Miss Congeniality,” all fourteen queens sit down to rehash all the drama served throughout the season. And there was plenty of it.
With regards to any reality show, it’s all about the reunion shows. After seeing all the confessionals, I’m sure all the queens will have plenty to say. The reunion special where the winner was announced taped on May 1. All the Season 5 contestants along with fan favorites from previous years donned their fiercest outfits on the red carpet. I personally liked Detox’s look the best. I literally had to do a double take when I saw her monochromatic makeup. I thought it was due to some black and white Photoshop magic. Alas it was all her. Check out all the looks below from this season’s crop and cast your vote on who werked it out the best.
“Events have been set in motion,” we hear in the trailer. “It is the beginning of the end.” Is HBO hinting this could be the last season of True Blood? I hope not. After a teaser and several #waitingsucks promos, we finally have our first full-length trailer for Season 6 of True Blood and it’s bloody good.
The 90-second trailer promises a season filled with more of your favorite shirtless characters (Alcide & Eric), new faces and hints that things are going to get pretty bloody in Bon Temps, with tensions between the humans and vampires spilling into all-out war. No one is safe this year. There are even rumors that one of the supernatural series’ main characters will meet his untimely demise. If you think it’s Bill, it’s not. He’s back in vampire mode and no longer as the bloody Billith. Watch the trailer below.
All right guys tonight was the finale for Canada’s first ever Big Brother! With a highly controversial end let’s look back on how we got to this night.
For the first part of tonight three part HOH it was an endurance challange. Jillian going in figured she had the advantage as the girls are typically better at endurance challenges than the boys. However tonight’s endurance challenge was built for the boys and she was not expecting that. The first challenge was named “No Blood on My Hands”. Players had to balance themselves while holding a poll that held up a bucket of blood. The last player standing secured his/her spot in the last part of the HOH . The difficult part about this challenge was the weight of the blood, which caught all the houseguests off guard. After 1hr 33mins Jillian could not hold onto her bucket an longer and she was eliminated. I was glad she dropped first. She went into the competition way too confident telling Emmett she’ll win the first part and he’ll win the second making sure Gary had no power. At the 4hr mark, Gary dropped his bucket crowning Emmett the winner of the first HOH. Emmett automatically moved on to the final stage and got to sit back while Jillian and Gary duked it out for a spot next to him.
I’m sure by now you probably know which contestant American Idol bid adieu to. And even if you didn’t, I’m pretty sure you had a good idea which lady was in danger. Out of all the eliminations during Season 12, this one was the easiest to predict. That’s why I’m not even going to wait til the jump to reveal that **SPOILER ALERT** Amber Holcomb was finally sent packing. Love the girl, but it was definitely time for her to go.
Proving her inability to pick the right song was part of her undoing, the 19-year-old selected Whitney Houston’s “I Believe In You And Me” as her farewell song. Why she picked it is mind-boggling. Her original cover wasn’t anywhere near her best performance during her entire run. And her second attempt at it wasn’t any better. Though I’ll give her a pass as I’m sure her emotions got the best of her. That end where Amber choked up à la Kelly Clarkson during the Season 1 finale was sorta adorable.
It’s usually a cliché when ousted contestants claim you’ll be hearing from them in the future, but I believe it in Amber’s case. She might be the Jennifer Hudson of the season. Given the right material, Holcomb could be huge.
Like Amber’s elimination, the rest of the show was anti-climatic. The hour featured performances by Season 7 winner David Cook, will.i.am and this week’s mentor Harry Connick Jr. The part I did enough from #ThrowbackThursday was catching up with Season 4 standout Constantine Maroulis. Congrats on being the first Idol alum to snag a Tony nomination. Check out all the performances, Amber’s elimination and Constantine’s update below.