Live To Dance judges’ panel comprises of Paula Abdul, Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne. 48-year-old American singer Paula Abdul brings a show of her own while on the CBS and the Live To Dance judges are the well-known choreographers just like Paula Abdul herself.
The premieres of the Paula Abdul Dance Show titled as ‘Live To Dance’ took place on 8 p.m. on CBS. Dancers participating in the show are competing for both stardom as well as lucrative $500,000 prize. She is a dancer and a choreographer herself and the pop singer-songwriter Paula Julie Abdul; has found a new method that will enable her judge the future American dance stars.
To make her ‘Live To Dance’ show a success Paula has invited Pussycat Doll, Kimberly Wyatt and Travis Payne; the aforementioned choreographers. Some of the contestants brought along kind heartwarming stories but to the surprise of everyone; the show judges did not put them through. It made the viewers think whether the judges were too harsh on the contestants. Paula Abdul expressed some kind of subdued comments about the American Idol show.
While addressing the contestants as a Live To Dance show judge she stated that many of them had inspired her so much. She further said to them that ‘they live’ it and ‘they were it’ etc. Meanwhile, a dancing troupe ‘The Bridgewater Roxies’ comprising of senior citizens, had its first chance to make a national television debut. The group was among the Tuesday’s participants.
The director Bridgewater Senior Center namely Donna Langel informed that following the release of ‘The Bridgewater Roxies’ on the YouTube; one of the show producers had invited them for the auditions that took place in October last year. As many as 500 or more acts showed up to the above noted audition. They all wished to avail a chance grab a spot on the show.