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has greenlit a reality dating series starring NFL star Travis Kelce, the network announced Thursday.“Catching Kelce,” an eight-episode series, will invite 50 women from 50 different states to compete to become Kelce’s lifelong “teammate.” The series will debut later in 2016.
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can they stay together (and keep it a secret) until the show airs???
When FOX's "So You Think You Can Dance" returns for its 12th season in June, it will be adding mentors to its cast.
The long-running dance competition has recruited two of its former contestants, Travis Wall and Stephen 't Witch' Boss, to serve in a mentoring capacity, starting with the Las Vegas callbacks round.
Wall will be mentoring the hopefuls classified as "stage dancers," meaning that they've been trained in styles like contemporary, jazz, tap or ballet dancing.
Ben Newmark and Dan Newmark of Grandma’s House Entertainment, Scott Langerman of ACE Media, and Lauren Stevens will serve as executive producers.
Adam Bold and Mike Lopez of Grandma’s House Entertainment will also produce.
Travis Kelce says he's REALLY dating one of the women he met on his reality dating show -- but had to weed out the fame-hungry thots before he could find his special lady. and he's still dating her right now (even though the cameras stopped rolling).
The KC Chiefs tight end just finished taping "Catching Kelce" -- where 50 chicks from 50 states competed for his love, affection and NFL salary (kidding on the last one, maybe). Now for the real challenge -- the show starts in October ...
He was the runner-up in season two of "SYTYCD," then became one of the show's resident choreographers starting with season five.
He has earned four Emmy Award nominations for his work on the show.
Outside of his contributions to the program, Wall is one of the partners in the dance company Shaping Sound, the launch of which was documented in the Oxygen reality series "All The Right Moves." He has also choreographed for the Academy Awards, American Music Awards, and ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." Boss will be responsible for the "street dancers," those who specialize in hip-hop, breaking, or animation.