It’s a fitting comparison, since t Witch and Allison are among “SYTYCD”’s most popular veterans and All-Stars. So that’s why I had no idea, because she wouldn’t talk to me and I thought she wasn’t interested.
It’s been two years now since this adorable pair got together, and they made their dancing debut together this summer on Oxygen’s “All the Right Moves” reality show. She did catch me checking her out in the hallway once… He did a triple take and Ade [Obayomi] called him out on it.
On June 16, 2010—the first performance show—host Cat Deeley revealed that the phone numbers viewers needed to dial to vote for their favorite contestant(s) were changed to 1-888-6BEST## from the usual 1-866-TEMPO##, ## being the numerical order of the contestant.
This year also marks the first season in which, just like the results shows in all seasons prior, the performance shows were aired live, as opposed to being taped earlier in the week.
This is Michaels' first and only season of being a permanent judge.
It was announced in early 2011 that Mary Murphy would return as a permanent judge for season 8.
Allison: I didn’t just make one move—I made, like, : It’s surprising you two hadn’t met before. Our good friend [and Season 2 contestant] Ivan Koumaev had a party and invited a bunch of us.
t Witch: So she knew the interest was there on my part.
We’d be in rehearsal, and I’d be grabbing his butt and trying to touch his arms. Allison: Outside of rehearsals, we avoided each other.
Also featured was the winner of Season 6, Russell Ferguson.
Kent Boyd (S7) and Lauren Froderman (S7) created a prequel to their Collide/prom routine, titled “Collide in 1986.” Check it out!
The All-Stars Dance Pool features some of the best and most popular dancers that have been featured on previous seasons.
They acted as partners for the top eleven contestants this season, and rotated every week.