Melanie Moore
American dancer
Melanie Moore
Melanie Moore is an American professional dancer best known as the winner of the eighth season of the U.S. reality television competition So You Think You Can Dance. According to the results announced on the broadcast, Moore won "overwhelmingly", garnering 47% of the vote in a four-way final tally. Moore was educated in Marietta, Georgia where she attended Lassiter High School and was crowned homecoming queen.
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Aisle View: Tevye, Back on the Roof
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Danny Burstein in Fiddler on the Roof. Photo: Joan Marcus Fiddler on the Roof is back on Broadway, and -- wonder of wonders -- it's the best Fiddler we've seen since the original. Not coincidentally, Danny Burstein makes a majestical Tevye; as touching and humorous as the best of them, but with tender humanity shining through. The most memorable Tevyes have been oversized creatures, trapped in struggles with their existence and their God. Burstein gives a performance in that mold, yes, but he adds something. This Tevye, unlike others we've seen, is a father. While he holds his own against his shrewish Golde (Jessica Hecht), Burstein's Tevye is forever beholden to his daughters; they need only dart an imploring glance and he will always, or almost always, succumb. This is a more human Tevye than we're accustomed to. While it might not be authentic paternal behavior for Anatevka in 1905 or even America when the show opened in 1964, it adds a dimension--always present in the writte ...
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So You Think You Can Dance: Eliana Girard, Chehon Wespi-Tschopp Named Winners!
US Magazine - over 4 years
Eliana Girard and Chehon Wespi-Tschopp danced off with a cash prize of $125,000 each Tuesday when they were crowned the first-ever co-champions of FOX's So You Think You Can Dance. (Among the many changes to Season 9's format included the decision to name a male and female winner.) Earning top honors after months of competing as part of season 9's top 20, Girard, 21, and Wespi-Tschopp, 23, who are both ballet dancers, will also appear on the cover of Dance Spirit Magazine. PHOTOS: Stars' big breaks "What I have imagined winning would feel like was like winning the lottery," West Palm Beach, Fla. performer Girard -- who has also trained as a pole dancer -- said after her win. "I hoped for it every single day and when it actually happened I felt like my life was complete. Whatever happens afterwards doesn't matter because all my dreams have come true!" VIDEO: SYTYCD's Melanie Moore tells Us about her life after the show Wespi-Tschopp was equally as thrilled with his victor ...
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Travis Wall Talks New Show, 'SYTYCD,' Emmys & More!
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"So You Think You Can Dance" Season 2 runner-up Travis Wall has choreographed for the Oscars, is a two-time Emmy nominee and now he's the star of his own reality show on Oxygen, "All the Right Moves." Oh, and he's only 24. Travis went from being a contestant to a choreographer on "SYTYCD" before starting his own dance company, Shaping Sound -- which is the subject of "All the Right Moves" -- with fellow "SYTYCD" alum (and Season 1 winner) Nick Lazzarini, as well as Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson. The four friends and roommates "work together, have their lives taped ... and start getting real" on the new series, which premiered on July 31. "All the Right Moves" returns this week (Tues., Aug. 21, 10 p.m. ET on Oxygen) with its second episode, which will continue to follow Travis, Nick, Teddy, Kyle and the rest of the dancers in the fledgling Shaping Sound company (including "SYTYCD" alums like Season 8 winner Melanie Moore, Season 6's Channing Cooke, Season 9's Alexa Ande ...
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Top 20 Perform Tonight on 'So You Think You Can Dance' — Will You Be Watching?
Ok Magazine - over 4 years
Top 20 Perform Tonight on 'So You Think You Can Dance' Photo credit:  Courtesy of FOX Although we've met the top 20 contestants who will compete on So You Think You Can Dance this season, tonight we finally get see them partner up and battle it out to be crowned America's Favorite Dancers. (And hear Cat Deeley's adorable British accent).  Related articles:  Cat Deeley Talks 'The Choice' & Reveals Carmen Electra Might End Up With the Guy She Picked! Cat Deeley Thinks She Can Date 'So You Think Can Dance' Results Show Axed by FOX! What Changes Will Nigel Lythgoe Make? Watch 'So You Think You Can Dance' Winner Mela ...
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Three Atlanta locals on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’: Amber Jackson, George Lawrence II, Cyrus ‘Glitch’ Spencer
ajc - over 4 years
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: Cyrus "Glitch" Spencer (22), an Animation/Robotics dancer from Atlanta, GA, is a Top 20 finalist on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE airing Wednesday, July 11 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. ©2012 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: Mathieu Young/FOX The first seven seasons of “So You Think You Can Dance,” the finalist landscape was barren in terms of Atlanta dancers. Zip. Zero. Quite shocking to me, personally, given the dance culture that has developed here. But after winner Melanie Moore (from Marietta) and Mitchell Kelly (from Atlanta) made the top 20 last year, the local floodgates have opened. This year, we have three in the top 20 on the Fox reality show. Here are summaries of the descriptions, much of it provided by Fox. I’ll be interviewing each person, probably next week: - Cyrus “Glitch” Spencer, 22: Currently lives in Duluth and part of the “Dragon House” dance crew, he grew up on the Southside of Atlanta and graduated from Creekside High School in …
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Carrie Underwood wins CMT Video of the Year; ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ hits Atlanta
ajc - over 4 years
Carrie Underwood performing Wednesday night at the CMT Awards. CREDIT: AP Carrie Underwood Wednesday night won CMT Video of the Year for “Good Girl” and Collaborative Video for “Remind Me” with Brad Paisley. The CMA hosting buddies goofed around on stage after Paisley hugged Carrie’s husband Mike Fisher first. “I’d like to thank this beautiful woman for being in the video,” Paisley said. “Otherwise, it’s just a dork walking through the desert.” “There’s nothing going on with me and Mike,” he added. “Nothing.” “Not yet!” Underwood said. - “So You Think You Can Dance” returned to Atlanta earlier this year for auditions after Marietta’s Melanie Moore took home the crown last year. In fact, last year was the first time anyone from the region made it to the finals on the show. So they were back at the Fox Theatre. I watched a few of the auditions but unlike last year, I didn’t see anyone all that special. (Here’s what I wrote back then.) But I obviously missed the good stu ...
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Check it out: 'So You Think You Can Dance' - Orlando Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
Season 8's live tour kicks off here in Orlando, with your favorite footwork from the show plus brand-new dances. Season winner Melanie Moore (pictured) will be heading up a lineup that includes Sasha Mallory, Marko Germar, Tadd Gadduang and the other
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Season 8 Winner Melanie Moore Is Ready to Tour! - Wetpaint
Google News - over 5 years
Bright, bubbly, and talented, So You Think You Can Dance Season 8 winner Melanie Moore is all set to hit the road for the upcoming 32-city tour, which kicks off on Sept. 17 in Orlando, Fla. “We get along so well,” she expressed to Access Atlanta in
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Techies Try to Make It Work in Fashion, But It's an Awkward Fit - New York Observer
Google News - over 5 years
The site was shuttered, the company's Twitter account was down, its Tumblr was quiet, and co-founder Melanie Moore changed her LinkedIn profile to the past tense. “On the surface, we shut down because we ran out of money,” Ms. Moore said
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Bowling scores, events - Florida Times-Union
Google News - over 5 years
Women: Dawn Frascello 290, 751, Deborah Caldwell 609, 634, Donna Stull 632, Anne St. Angelo 625, Melanie Moore 284, 712, Lita Dietz 627. Senior men: Joe Portalatin 279, 800, Eddie Alvarez 279, 770, Robert Smalls 724, 615, Don Waitkus 720, 692, 641,
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"So You Think You Can Dance" Contestant Comes Out Post Competition - Instinct Magazine (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Sasha Mallory, who was first runner-up to season eight winner Melanie Moore, has officially come out as a lesbian. Hey girl, hey! She told AfterEllen.com that she didn't come out during the show because “It's not important for America to know that
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First Coast bowling scores - Florida Times-Union
Google News - over 5 years
Women: Nina Reid 731, 624, 619, 607, 602, Melanie Moore 284, 712, Jackie Garelick 267 706, Jackie Rhodes 651, 601, Debbie Rudd 645, Pam Wedding 634, Lita Dietz 218, 663, 627, Leslie Blandford 605, 605, Monique Boalch 606, Sara Dorschel 602,
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'SYTYCD' Champ Melanie Moore's "Nervous" Run-In With Suri Cruise - Celebrity Baby Scoop
Google News - over 5 years
After being named the season 8 champ of the Fox reality show, So You Think You Can Dance, Georgia native Melanie Moore was lucky enough to meet the finale's guest judge, Katie Holmes, backstage. But according to Moore, as excited as she was to rub
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'So You Think You Can Dance' Winner Revealed - TVbytheNumbers
Google News - over 5 years
The eighth season of So You Think You Can Dance came to an exciting conclusion tonight as Melanie Moore, 19, a Contemporary dancer from Marietta, GA, was named America's Favorite Dancer and awarded a cash prize of $250000
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