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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Fox’s Emmy-winning reality TV competition show, “So You Think You Can Dance,” is looking for dancers in the Gulf Coast area.
The show is holding open-call auditions with producers in New Orleans on Friday. Call-backs will perform for the show’s judges on Saturday. The judges scheduled to be in New Orleans are executive producer Nigel Lythgoe, ballroom expert Mary Murphy and actor and comedian Wayne Brady, who will be serving as a guest judge.
The show’s host, Cat Deeley, is also expected to be in New Orleans.
The show is auditioning for its 11th season and will begin airing in May. An exact date has not been announced.
New Orleans auditions will be held at the Morial Convention Center. Other cities holding auditions are Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago and Los Angeles.
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