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Choreographer Wade Robson Says Michael Jackson Molested Him

Years after defending Michael Jackson, choreographer and dancer Wade Robson now says the late pop star molested him as a child.

As a child, Robson appeared in three of Jackson's music videos and often slept over at his house. During Jackson's 2005 trial for molesting children, a then-22-year-old Robson, took the stand to defend him, saying the singer had never sexually abused him. Now, four year's after Jackson's death Robson is recanting his testimony and claiming that Jackson did, in fact, molest him during the years they worked together.

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Dance's Wade Robson Previews a Finale Surprise

So You Think You Can Dance veteran and guest choreographer Wade Robson weighs in on the top four Dancers just ahead of the finale Robson tells TVGuidecom that he was surprised to see the hip-hop dudes make it this far 0056 but admits I could see their heart from the beginning Plus he previews the special performance hes bringing in for finale nightMore fresh Dance videos149 VIDEO Dance Boss Nigel Judges the Final Four149 Mary Murphy Discusses the Dancer Who Surprised Her149 Cat Deeley Says Dance Champ Is a Very Close Callread more

So You Think You Can Dance Group Routine

We hope next episode's opener is as entertaining as last week. In the Wade Robson choreographed group number, the contestants, not only had an awesome dance routine to go along with Robyn's "Cobrastyle," but they also bound and gagged Nigel and took him hostage. What more can you ask for than some good old fashion judge-napping to get the party started on the right foot?read more


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Year Title Description
2007 So You Think You Can Dance: Episode
Season 3, Episode 5
Episode, Judge
2006 So You Think You Can Dance: 2 of 10 Voted Off
Season 2, Episode 17
Episode, Choreographer
2004 You Got Served Movie, Actor - Himself
2003 The Wade Robson Project TV Show Series, Host
2003 Wayne Brady: Episode Episode, Guest

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Episode 23 Recap: And the Winner Is...

Tonight was the season finale of SYTYCD and we found out the winner.The top 20 dancers were back to perform group numbers and some of their best individual routines. There were few surprises in store for us during this two-hour episode.The show opened with Tyce’s take on a routine from The Lion King. It was great to see the top 20 all back together; it was also great to finally see a Broadway number done right. Broadway numbers really cannot be done without 10 or more people. We were also treated to group dance routines by the top eight and 10.We were then treated to the routines that the choreographers wanted to see again. These routines, in order of performance, were:Mary: Pasha and Lauren — Shane’s TransformerNigel: Hok and Jamie — Wade’s Hummingbird and FlowerJean-Marc: Dom and SabraAdam: Sara and Neil — discoWade: Lacey and Danny — Dmitry’s sambaShane: Sara and Pasha — Benji’s West Coast swingTyce: Danny and Anya — fox-trot... read more

Episode 22 Recap: The Final Four

Tonight was the final night of dancing. I guess you can say they were dancing for their lives tonight, as our votes determine the winner. Our judges tonight were Dan Karaty, Mary and Nigel. Each dancer had three partner dances, a solo dance and a group dance.First up was a Tyce Diorio Broadway number that involved the top four dancers. They did a routine to Liza Minnelli’s rendition of "Mein Herr" from Cabaret. I found the number interesting and it did hold my attention. I noticed that Neil needed to use his hands to push off when he was doing the flips, while Danny just flipped his whole body around without his hands.Next up, Neil and Sabra did a Shane Sparks hip-hop routine. I found the routine fun to watch, but I agree with the judges that it was not the best hip-hop we have seen this year. Dancy, better known as Danny and Lacey did a Viennese waltz choreographed by Jean-Marc Genereux. I never thought of Avril’s "Keep Holding On" as waltz material, but it actually worke... read more

Dance Fever: Who's Going to Win?

Don't ask me. I would have been OK if any of this week's six finalists had won Fox's So You Think You Can Dance, including the two who were ejected Monday night in what felt like a very unsatisfying vacuum of dead air (more on that later). They're all terrific, and it was as painful as I expected to see any of them go.Without question, Dance has been my favorite reality-competition show of the summer. If you’ve been watching that hokey excuse for a variety show over on NBC and wondering if America really does have talent, Dance answers that question in the affirmative, and then some. These young dancers are each so versatile and expressively engaging it’s a revelation each week to see them in action. And along the way, the show has made minor celebrities of recurring choreographers like Wade Robson (tell me you didn’t know those were his insane "Thriller"-style moves at the start of Monday’s show), hip-hop master Shane Sparks, and especially the queen of contempo... read more

So You Think You Can Dance Backstage Report

Emmy-nominated choreographer Mia Michaels thought she was going to have a wonderful day. She woke up this morning to find hundreds of messages posted on her website. "And I thought, wow, I must've been a really good judge last night," says Michaels. But then she opened the messages and was shocked by their tone and content. "It was hate mail," she says simply. "Saying things like, 'You should be ashamed of yourself.' It was really intense. It was awful." The writers were responding to a jacket worn by Michaels on Wednesday's show. She had no idea that anyone would be offended by it, she says. She simply thought she was being fashionable by wearing a navy blue military jacket that happened to have a Marine emblem, upside down, on the sleeves. After hearing the feedback, Michaels tried to make amends on the air. "I understand why people were upset and I respect that," she says. "That symbol is sacred read more

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