‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Cast Update: Travis Wall Talks about ‘Stage vs. Street’

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Cast Update: Travis Wall Talks about ‘Stage vs. Street’

So You Think You Can Dance” mentor Travis Wall revealed things to expect in the show’s 12th season. Read on for details.

Wall wrote on his Entertainment Weekly blog that the new season presents “Stage vs. Street.” He believed that the new format would contribute to a more competitive season. He explained that it would be a “battle of the styles.” America is going to have a say on its favorite dancer, style and team.

“It’s more of a battle of the styles, and we wanted to know America’s side—not only who’s your favorite dancer, but what’s your favorite style, and what team you gravitate more toward,” Wall wrote.

Wall admitted his excitement to be Stage Team’s mentor. He has been a part of “So You Think You Can Dance” ever since by mentoring contestants behind the scenes and choreographing performances.

The famous choreographer felt that Season 12 is just like the first season. He explained that the new season is “completely fresh” because of the unpredictable mechanics. He promised “a lot of room for surprises.”

Being Stage Team’s mentor, Wall proudly said that stage dancers could give up everything. He said that they dedicate their lives to dancing which strengthens their camaraderie. He promised to do his best as a mentor.

Wall described the new batch of contestants as the “most eclectic.” He said that the show has more street dancers than the previous seasons. “The group numbers this year are going to be out of control,” Wall stated.

“So You Think You Can Dance” Season 12 airs every Monday at 8:00 p.m. on FOX.

There you have it for the update on “So You Think You Can Dance.” For more updates about this show, including spoilers and recaps, follow Movie News Guide (MNG) and like our Facebook page What Movie is this.

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