I love summer. I mean, how can you not? The beautiful weather, the breezy clothes and the return of So You Think You Can Dance! Although the Canadian version was cancelled (I’ll try not to hold it against you, Nigel), the original is back on prime time for its ninth season!
Here are the most memorable moments from the season premiere of “So You Think You Can Dance”:
1) The show started appropriately with its New York City auditions. The first featured dancer was Amelia Lowe, a young spritely thing who is a dead ringer for Louise Brooks and has a love for all things 1920s. She danced a routine to Non, Je ne Regrette Rien by Edith Piaf (yes, that song from Inception) that sent her straight through to Vegas.
Jordan and Korey investigate the culture of Rock and Roll. From tattoos to fashion trends and life on the road, it’s a look at the mythology of living the dream.
This Week On Entourage:
With last season closing with Vince snagging the lead in Martin Scorsese’s The Great Gatsby, season six begins post production. The Gatsby premiere is a day away, Vince is set to appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and is also finally pursuing his driver’s license (for a gig in an Enzo Ferrari film). E who’s been single and getting plenty of action, gets a call from Sloan about a house her friend is subletting, and tries to convince him to take it. Turtle and Drama are both busy, one deep in a relationship with Jamie Lynn Sigler from The Sopranos, and the other occupied by his hit TV show.
Life is all good at the Miller-Gold agency, according to Ari Gold, as personal investment from season five Andrew Klein, is signing top show runners. But Ari is confronted by his assistant Loyd about a promotion that he eventually responds to by proposing a 100-day test, to see if he’s ready.
Vince gets his license after bribing the instructor with tickets to the premiere, which makes a funny story to tell on Leno. But with everyone all occupied with their own shtick, Vince is left to chill in the mansion by himself for the night.
E with apparently one of many chicks, Vince and Sloan’s friend Amy in the car
Jay Leno and Jamie Lynn Sigler