ing and Popping to Salsa, Quickstep and Jive compete to be named America's Favorite Dancer.
Hosted by Cat Deeley, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE traveled across the country, in search of dancers who represent the best in America.
“They got their wish, but it feels a little too soon to bring it back,” he told .
Nigel added that he still “loves the show,” but thinks that there should only be a revival “when there is public demand that it come back.” While Nigel says hasn’t been contacted to return to the show, he added, “I’m delighted for them if they bring it back, and I’m looking forward to seeing it again.
From 1998 until 2002, she was host with Ant & Dec on the Saturday morning children's programme , replacing Lauren Sánchez, who was pregnant.
Deeley interviewed Kylie Minogue for a television special which was broadcast in the United Kingdom on Sky One on 16 July 2006, in Australia on Channel Nine on 17 July 2006 and BBC America on 9 September 2006. She filmed segments and interviews with guests and eliminated contestants for UK audiences that were shown just before and after advertising breaks.
"Part of the appeal has always been discovering new talent and giving gifted dancers a platform to show off their extraordinary skills – being on that journey with them makes this the best job in the world.
"The fact that I'm now coming home to present So You Think You Can Dance in the UK is about as good as it gets." Nigel Lythgoe says: "When we made the decision to bring Cat on to the US version of So You Think You Can Dance, I knew she would win over our audiences because she is so beautiful and yet identifiable.
That's exactly what "So You Think You Can Dance" host Cat Deeley and creator/executive producer/judge Nigel Lythgoe did recently, for CBSNews.com's "Nominee Spotlight" series ahead of Sunday's Primetime Emmy Awards.Nigel Lythgoe OBE (born 9 July 1949) is an English television and film director and producer, television dance competition judge, former dancer in the Young Generation and choreographer.He was the producer of the shows Pop Idol and American Idol and is the creator and executive producer of, and a regular judge on So You Think You Can Dance.Originally known as the host of SMTV: live, double-BAFTA award-winning Cat has since carved out an enviable transatlantic career including being Jay Leno's first regular entertainment correspondent on the Tonight Show and subsequently performing the same role for Good Morning America.Along with Nigel and Arlene Phillips, a rotating third panellist will complete the line-up each week to find Britain's Favourite Dancer while Cat keeps the proceedings moving along.Cat Deeley is coming to BBC One to host So You Think You Can Dance in January 2010.