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Lythgoe the executive producer on “SYTYCD.” He explained, “I believe that, every show has to come to an end at some point, I think it’s the right time now because it’s had such a incredible legacy that it should preserve…
He is the son of theatre director Bonnie Lythgoe and television executive Nigel Lythgoe.“Extra’s” Renee Bargh was with the show’s former executive producer Nigel Lythgoe today as he hosted a Beverly Hills Commerce event just as news broke that Ryan Seacrest is in talks to return as host when the show comes back in 2018.The executive producer, who is working hard on “So You Think You Can Dance,” gave his take on “Idol’s” big return, saying, “It’s very exciting for all the fans.” Nigel said that so far, he has not been asked to participate in the reboot, adding, “We’ll see what happens.” Weighing in on Ryan’s possible return to the reality show, Lythgoe said, “As long as Ryan can do it — you don’t want to kill the poor guy.We both grew up NC State fans, but in 2012, I went off to NC State, and she went off to UNC-CH.The next 4 years she worked tirelessly at school in Chapel Hill, pursuing her dream of becoming a pediatric nurse. Shows he has produced include American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance.
He was born in Britain and educated at Felsted School, St.
But I was proud to wear it today in support of her graduating from the school of nursing at UNC-CH.
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WATCH: 15 Big Reveals From the 'American Idol' Retrospective Special Scotty also opens up about why he almost quit while competing in the show's 10th season."You get on the show, and your life changes but you as a person don't have to change," the devout singer says, recalling the time he was assigned to sing the song "Everybody's Talkin'" from the X-rated film.
After completing 10 GCSEs, he attended Oaklands College in St.