So You Think You Can Dance has been renewed, Nigel Lythgoe announced during the finale last night, which also featured a routine during which he and judge Mary Murphy danced to "Let's Get it On." The Fox dance competition's return for...Show More Summary
Tonight, after America’s vote was revealed on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE and following a tough deliberation, the judges – Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and guest judge Debbie Allen – sent Makenzie Dustman and Nico Greetham home at the end of the show.
Damn, this season's top six girls are a phenomenal bunch. Mary Murphy says they're the strongest in the show's history, and I'm inclined to agree after tonight's episode. The evening's final group routine by Stacey Tookey is a celebration...Show More Summary
By Mary Murphy and Neal Carter, NBC News Arriving at the Central Intelligence Agency feels a little like being in an action thriller -- the sign that says Langley, the gates, the elaborate security check in -- it’s the stuff you see in movies. But to walk the halls of CIA h …
World-renowned choreographer and two-time Emmy Award winner Paula Abdul will join Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy and FOX Sports broadcaster Erin Andrews as a guest judge on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE
In this segment from PIX11 New York, reporter Mary Murphy sits down with BrickHouse Security CEO Todd Morris to discuss nanny cams in the wake of the brutal Millburn, New Jersey home invasion. Murphy is first surprised to learn thatShow More Summary
The So You Think You Can Dance train arrives at the final audition destination -- Memphis, Tennessee. Our judges, Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe are joined by comedian Wayne Brady at the judges' table. Will Memphis live up to their expectations?
The So You Think You Can Dance hot tamale train pulls into Boston, where the talent is of historic proportions. Resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy are joined by director and choreographer Adam Shankman at the judges' table. As usual, there are a few quirky characters (Bunny Dancer, anyone?) to round out the performances.
Tonight's episode of So You Think You Can Dance features auditions in Los Angeles and Austin, Texas. First up, in LA, resident judges Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy are joined once again by Jesse Tyler Ferguson (from Modern Family). I...Show More Summary
There were a lot of moves on television last night and not just the five finales on Tuesday’s primetime. So You Think You Can Dance (1.9/6) was back for a tenth season with a first time May sweep debut. Nigel Lythgoe and Mary MurphyShow More Summary
graphic by Lunchbreath, with permission Remarks by the President at Presentation of 2012 Presidential Citizens Medals: And then when Dawn Hochsprung, and Mary Sherlach, Vicki Soto, Lauren Rousseau, Rachel D’Avino, Anne Marie Murphy --...Show More Summary
At the funeral of Anne Marie Murphy, the heroic teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School who was found cradling 6-year-old Dylan Hockley when police found them murdered, New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan said, “Like Jesus, Annie laid down...Show More Summary
Anne Marie Murphy was laid to rest after New York's Cardinal Dolan likened the 52-year-old mother of four to Jesus at her funeral mass. "Like Jesus, Annie laid down her life for her friends," Dolan told the packed church in Katonah, N.Y. Show More Summary
“Dawn Hochsprung and Mary Sherlach, Vicki Soto, Lauren Rousseau, Rachel Davino, and Anne Marie Murphy—they responded as we all hope we might respond in such terrifying circumstances,” President Obama said Sunday night, at a memorial service for the victims of the Newtown shooting. Show More Summary
Mary Murphy loses second lawsuit against ex-manager via Rickey.org A judge in San Diego threw out Mary Murphy's lawsuit against her ex-manager Michael Sanchez on November 9, 2012. This is Mary's second loss against Sanchez in court.Show More Summary
Back in May, So You Think You Can Dance judge, Mary Murphy was slapped with a lawsuit by her former manager, who went so far as to claim that she was addicted to sex and cocaine. Recently, when Murphy did not file the necessary documents to proceed, the judge awarded her former manager over $200K [...]
"So You Think You Can Dance" judge Mary Murphy is trying to get a judge to toss out the $200,000 default judgment her former manager won against her this week... claiming it was a mistake by her lawyer that caused her to lose the case.As TMZ first…
Mary Murphy doesn't look like a drug-addicted sexpot! According to her ex-manager's courtroom testimony, however, the So You Think You Can Dance judge is a 'cocaine-fueled nymphomaniac'! Michael Sanchez said she owed him over $1 mil in unpaid commissions and subsequent damages — and the judge ruled in his favor!! Mary now owes him $200k and 10% of [...]
Mary Murphy loses SYTYCD ‘sexaholic’ lawsuit via Rickey.org Mary Murphy just lost a lawsuit filed by her former manager Michael Sanchez who described her as a "cocaine-fueled nymphomaniac," TMZ reports. Mary did not file an official response, and the judge issued a default judgement. More details: The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
"So You Think You Can Dance" judge Mary Murphy just took a COSTLY trouncing in court at the hands of her ex-manager -- the one who called her a "cocaine-fueled nymphomaniac"... TMZ has learned. We broke the story... Murphy was at WAR with her…