LOS ANGELES – Nigel Lythgoe could also be a choose on “So You Suppose You Can Dance,” however that does not imply the British star likes to jive himself.
The producer and director of a lot of our favourite competitors applications similar to “American Idol” and “So You Suppose You Can Dance,” admitted that he is not an excellent dancer himself.
“I do not [go dancing]. I’m actually scared to bop these days. These children are so incredible,” Lythgoe instructed reporters in Los Angeles, Calif. at The Paley Middle’s Gala Tribute to Music on Tv honoring the Beatles’ iconic drummer, Sir Ringo Starr final week. “They are surely in a distinct league now.” [They] out dance me doing ‘Pants on the Floor’ from ‘American Idol,’ when you can consider it.”
Regardless of being the mastermind behind the dancing competitors franchise, Lythgoe, 69, shared sound recommendation for the many individuals on the market with two left toes and defined how they’ll really feel the beat on a horny salsa dance night time.
“The best recommendation I’ve is to simply get pleasure from your self. Dancing is for everyone,” he stated on the tribute which additionally honored Michael Jackson and Prince. “There are a certain quantity of individuals that may be skilled dancers, after which the remainder of us – discover I embody myself – the remainder of us, dancing is to get pleasure from ourselves.”
Lythgoe continued: “You place a bit of music on with a child, maintain the child’s arms and that child dances round. The minute we, as males become older, it’s ‘Oh, I can’t do this,’ till you get the primary couple of drinks, and you then’re up there. However, dancing is for everyone. It’s stunning – it simply takes you away. It retains you wholesome, so I’m all for it.”
The England-born director famous that with the latest inflow of male dancers coming into the fold, the stereotype surrounding males who dance is shortly shifting of their favor.
“I believe these days the stigma about dancing for guys is kind of disappearing out the window, thank God. And, we’re going to get higher and higher dancers. They’re beautiful now.”