Homophobia is the irrational fear or hatred of gays. Possibly because he's just so gosh darned effeminate that whenever I see him, I can't help thinking of Larry Grayson. At the end, when inviting them back for choreography he said, "I want to see you dance with girls. Most intelligent people have heard that gay ballroom dancing exists. It was vintage Lythgoe in that he thought he was being clever and daring and was of course neither. R66, your poor hands must be aching terribly, what with all the pearl-clutching you're doing.
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Season 5 Premiere Recap". We've always had the guys dance together on the show but they've never really done it in each other's arms before. Robert and Allison were connected, powerful, intense, and made me and everyone else, even Cat get all blubbery. As for who will join her in the bottom three: And the Broadway with Neil let him show off his charm, his pirouettes and his gymnastic ability all at once. He even jumped on stage to demonstrate by doing a little impromptu salsa with Jorge himself.
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Archived from the original on But that "Boogie Shoes" routine with Lauren was remarkably funky for him, was a ton of fun to watch. Nigel curiously felt Melissa was being rude to Stevie Wonder by dancing her routine to his music No, Nigel, rude is whoever decided Stevie should duet with 98 Degrees , but allowed her a chance to go to Vegas after sending her through to choreography. Now, almost a year later, we finally do have what Wall was hoping for: There are a million wonderful things all So You Think You Can Dance fans know to be true the routines will make you cry, Cat Deeley is a national treasure, Christina Applegate's perfect and hilarious judging stints, etc.
Are you really not familiar with same-sex ballroom dancing? Men are supposed to be men, women are supposed to be women, each is supposed to dance in a certain way, and they're bloody well supposed to dance with each other. Felt cute, might lock-in some scores later. And felt that the show was telling the viewer some f'd up homophobic lesson. They were still so freaked out and distracted by two men dancing ballroom together -- and switching roles, no less -- that they were unable to judge the men's dancing abilities without seeing them dance "the men's part" with women. For those of you who aren't familiar with the dance world: