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On Saturday, BBC One steps into the fray with So You Think You Can Dance, a seven-week search for “Britain’s favourite dancer” hosted by Cat Deeley and with Nigel Lythgoe and Arlene Phillips as judges.
As Phillips explained: “They will be rewarded for the way they have taken on the challenge and responded to it.
It’s not just about being a technical dancer; it is about being a dancer who reaches you.
From the bits of the programme I have seen, it looks polished and smart; the judges deliver a fairly devastating line in put-downs and the dancers are committed, proficient and varied.
The interest lies in seeing them extend their talent into different fields.