'So You Think You Can Dance': What does Ringo Starr have to do with anything?


Salt Lake City turned out to be everything we'd imagined: kind of vanilla with a touch of crazy. But that didn't stop Nigel Lythgoe from taking the "So You Think You Can Dance" train right into the heart of Utah to give the state's auditioners some big love. Along for the ride on the judge train (kind of like a Tamale train, but judgier) were stalwart Mary Murphy and -- for the first time ever -- Pussycat Doll choreographer/mastermind Robin Anton. A Salt Lake standout: Tadd Gadduang, a mohawked street dancer who Mary lauded as "fantabulous," had some serious athleticism to back up his moves. Not to mention style -- instead of overdosing on tricks, Tadd kept his moves precise and gave off a mime-like vibe. We can't wait until he gets to Vegas to see him stretch into some other styles.We were also treated to the usual parade of poignant moments -- the teen...



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