This story was published in the build-up to So You Think You Can Dance SA 2, which premiered on SABC1 on Saturday, 24 July at 18h30. Here's a reload of the first look at the Cape Town auditions - coming up on the show this Saturday (7 August).
Auditions took place in May, the show paused for the Cup and now the second season of So You Think You Can Dance SA has arrived.
a.k.a. a new bunch of wannabe's and dancers sweat to win R250 000 and the title of Mzansi's Favourite Dancer.
From Survivor SA tomboy to French manicures.
Sade Giliberti returns as host, alongside judges Harold van Burren, David Masemela and Didi Moses - who'll be wearing a clashing new wardrobe designed by persons unknown:
Season 1 winner Elizma Wildschutte has most recently been playing a lead role in Richard Loring’s stage show African Footprint.
The new season runs for 3 months: the finale is on Saturday, 16 October and is an hour and a half - starts at 18h00 instead of 18h30.
It starts a Season 1 recap episode as a reminder of past highlights - I have no clue why - SO unnecessary.
The regional auditions resulted in: 6 semi-finalists from Durbs, 25 from Jozi and 12 from Cape Town.
They get whittled down to a Top 16 during the show, which is when the Live Performance Shows begin. On Saturday 28 August.
The Results Shows are on Wednesdays from 18h30 to 19h00, starting on 1 September.
Two losers contestants will be eliminated each week, leaving a Top 4 for the final showdown.
The auditions in the show start with Jozi, move to Durbs and then Cape Town, which I went to for us. The result: