So You Think You Can Dance Australia is a popular Australian form of the American reality dance competition. It is hosted Carrie Bickmore, with judges Shannon Holtzapffel, Jason Gilkison, Paula Abdul and Aaron Cash.
The primary season started airing on Sunday, 3 February 2008 at 7.30 pm and proceeded on Sundays and Mondays until 27 April 2008. The second season started airing on Sunday, 1 February 2009 and continued till the month of April. The third season of the show began on 31 January 2010 and proceeded on Wednesdays and Thursdays till 21 April 2010.
Through phone and SMS voting, watchers have picked Broadway artist Jack Chambers, eighteen-year-old Ballet artist Talia Fowler and Contemporary dancer Robbie Kmetoni as Australia’s Favorite Dancer. The qualified age for the show of So You Think You Can Dance Australia is right now 18– 35 years of age.
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Show Cancellation:
In July 2010 it was reported Network Ten had dropped the show for another dancing format for 2011. Nonetheless, Network Ten were in consistent talks with FremantleMedia Australia and Conrad Sewell Productions in regards to the show’s future. In 2011, bits of gossip started to show up in the Australian media industry press that the show would be come back. The show came back with a fourth season on Network Ten beginning on 9 February 2014.
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Show Ratings:
3 February 2008 debut of So You Think You Can Dance Australia pulled in a pinnacle crowd of 2.15 million watchers. The show was the night’s best evaluating program, averaging 1.83 million watchers over its timeslot. The accompanying two tryout episodes additionally set up respectable figures, cresting at 2.04 million and 1.94 million watchers separately. The Sunday night Top 100 show found the middle value of 1.6 million watchers to wind up noticeably the most watched program of the night.
After its introduction, the week after week show arrived at the midpoint of around 1.5 million watchers. Its finale arrived at the midpoint of 1.8 million watchers, topping at 2.2 million watchers across the country. More than 50% of 18– 49 age statistic had tuned into the show. In season 3, ratings additionally dropped to an underneath million average, after which the show was scratched off. Season 4’s restoration of the series had lesser viewership still, with many episodes pulling not as much as a million watchers, and a few considering viewership to be low as 300,000.
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Auditions 2019 Requirements:
Based on previous season below are the expected requirements:
- Each dancer must come with their audition form filled out (downloaded from ten website after they have registered).
- They must have their audition prepared with at least two song choices, more song choices if they can. Music will have to be cleared for broadcast.
So You Think You Can Dance Australia Auditions 2019:
Currently N/A. For more details visit: https://www.facebook.com/SYTYCDAU/