The Four Hottie Dancers of Oxygen’s All the Right Moves Teach Reporters How to ‘Diva Snap’ and Discuss the Show’s Imminent Drama
“This is not the audition for Sixteen and Pregnant, girls! Pull in your bellies,” Nick Lazzarini, winner of the first ever So You Think You Can Dance, shouted over blasting music to a room full of reporters and dance enthusiasts. The Observer was attending (and participating in) a promotional workshop at Broadway Dance Center last night taught by Emmy-nominated choreographer Travis Wall and the rest of the cast of Oxygen’s new reality series All the Right Moves. The show, which premieres tonight on Oxygen, follows Mr. Wall, Mr. Lazzarini, Teddy Forance and Kyle Robinson as they set out to start their own dance company, Shaping Sound.
The one-hour workshop was a real display of the four stars’ quite different personalities. Mr. Robinson flirted away with the ladies, dancing and lifting several blushing gals. Mr. Lazzarini, the comedian of the bunch, popped a few of his legendary “diva snaps” and gave The Observer some tips on how to effectively shake our booty, telling us to imagine “there is a beehive in your butt. You gotta shake the bees out of your tush.”
The show follows the “dancing boy-band,” as they are often called, as they move out to California to start working on Shaping Sound and live together in what Mr. Lazzarini referred to as a “frat house.” “We are notorious for moving all the furniture out make up phrases, dances and do crazy things,” he said. Read More