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Fox's So You Think You Can Dance is about to kick off its ninth season drama entertainment and high energy are guaranteed.
When it comes to high and I think there's no match for our next guest.
All aboard on the hot tamale train to be a -- -- and judge on the hit show the area -- -- Welcome.
They can I take it back in New York fit and it's great to have you on this rainy day your energy into this bursting through -- that -- that the -- lies about trickle funding for the war.
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Well as the going to be very exciting see that an adversary of the cast is like taken it to another level -- you just can't think it's possible all the dancers have been trained now her.
Eight years to be on the show we have so many fresh new faces that are eighteen.
And of course some of the kids that have come back year after year and finally make that journey on to the show advances are extraordinary via.
Lot of the -- the stories -- so inspirational.
Bow when they come from.
Some of them with absolutely no training our genius answers were able to train them self I don't understand.
Because I had taken million -- It is still running it will not only to leave comments do we go outside -- south of the income -- hip hop -- they may have to do ballet.
They get five and a half hours to do with -- being -- -- the Olympics is likely have to thank exactly sneaking its forces sort of -- starting does that.
I did I just I have my degree in physical education and I was definitely into track and field and I thought that was going to be my cap that was going to be -- coach.
And all of a sudden a lot into this -- video for a summer job after I graduated -- this is for fun.
And all the sudden I found myself in New York City -- in the US fallen yet championship that was that -- came back -- -- family not too happy about that at.
After my dad liked is that how they're sending it Collins and let's -- and it took -- a long time to -- United States champion and I was rushing champion but.
I I did it you know it definitely perseverance and determination -- not the most talented guards in this -- in Allentown and rethink -- I don't know you know my father was definitely a hard working Lester -- -- hillbilly that came you know out of that and went to Ohio state university and but they have worked up and got himself in another place and that somehow he was able to pass them onto this.
Yet but it didn't matter what job we weren't sending my first job was picking up cigarette -- -- -- Point.
A man that I what are you know my area -- frontier -- -- as a -- yeah.
And -- -- a lot of work with returning veterans.
What got me into it and that's also to run again he had GMT here today and I said -- -- can't they can't I can't they get somebody in their arms again and get a social aspect of it as well sir and the second tier of that is that we get husbands and wives.
Because they've they've lost kind of communication if want to talk to each other sometimes they'll wait for eighteen months long deployment and -- do you have pushed medics and it may not have been diagnosed with that.
And it it really helps them reconnect to do it -- I didn't I could.
We'll have to ask what do I have to do to -- -- -- hot movie.
Nobody gets on that -- -- -- extraordinary that someone might have simply is that right excited combat yes.
OK well then think about.
I'm very thank you for coming by thinking so much as -- -- may 24.
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