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Fox is staging the ultimate dance battle with $250,000 on the line. Who'll get served, and who'll be the last dancer standing?

Recaps by Pierre Kelly, GSNN

Host Cat Deeley
Judges Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy
Announcer Mark Thompson
Creator Simon Fuller & Nigel Lythgoe
EP Barry Adelman, Simon Fuller, Nigel Lythgoe
Packager 19 TV & dick clark productions
Origins CBS Television City, Los Angeles
Airs 8p Tues & Wed, FOX
Available In High-Definition Where Available

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The Boston Auditions (or "Now We Can All Dance In Peace")
September 23

We're keeping our season 6 strong as ever with a trip to Boston for the auditions. It seems the best sports city in the world has a reputation for history, but never on "Dance" have we had a city to come with us. Watch now as we witness the hopefuls fighting foe Vegas spots.


Joining the 2 spacemen is Tyce Diorio, who'll be the rocket for a night. Teddy will be up first, but he's not the Smackdown GM dropping by for a visit, it's the Teddy with the weird pants. WHat's up with that? Anyways, he did a whimsical dance, and the judegs send him straight to Vegas, bow-tie and all. Next up is Jean, and he flips out, but in a gymnast sorta way, and those flips take him to Vegas. Way to go, Mitch Gaylord.

We had a hot streak of dancers, including Kimara, who does her flying moves, and she'll be flying to Vegas real soon. Next is Channing, who is 18, the minimum for an audition. She works at an ice cream store, but she goes to work doing a contemporary routine. That'll send her to round 2. And we have Ryan, who is 6 feet, 8 inches. He may be tall as Yao Ming, but he does a tap routine, and round 2 will be in the cards for him.

Russell is next to do a one-dimensional krump routine. Nigel wonder is he can add that with Tap. Won't happen for me, but for Russell, round 2 will happen. You've all heard of Fabreze, but we have Fabrizio, alas Breeze, and he blows off steam with a hip-hop routine, with a bit of trips along the way, but that did help get him to round 2. On to round 2, and during Pascha & Anya's choreography, Breeze turned the fan off and walked away despite a fall after a few turns. Ryan turns to face the door, but 10 dancers face the Vegas lights. Day 2 is on the way.


Since "The Newlywed Game" is premiering next month, I'll start with a married couple named Karen & Matthew. They lit up the floor with a Latin number. You know they're going to Vegas! Here's another dancer in the category of Latin ballroom. It's Gene with his weird eyebrows. But it wasn't weird enough to send him to round 2. Next is Paul. He may be dancing, but he either lip-synching or just singing. Take a hike, buddy. American Idol is a few months away. After a few awful auditions, Kevin decides enough is enough. Nicknamed K-Bez, he does hip-hop, and round 2 will be for him. After that came, 21 dancers made the cut. Tune in again next week as we head further south to Atlanta. Good night everyone.

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