Matthew Morrison is leaving So You Think You Can Dance after failing to follow protocols that affect impartiality

Matthew Morrison has resigned as a judge So you think you can dance after declaring he was “no longer in a position to judge the competition fairly”.

That joy Star served as a judge on the dance competition during the audition rounds. He has now announced that he is leaving the series just over a week after the Season 17 premiere.

The Tony Award nominee said he was leaving after “failing to follow production protocols.”

He said persons: “Having the opportunity to be a judge So you think you can dance was an incredible honor for me. Therefore, it is my deepest regret to announce that I will be leaving the show.”

The 43-year-old continued: “After filming the auditions for the show and completing the selection of the 12 finalists, I did not follow the competition’s production protocols, which prevented me from judging the competition fairly.

“I cannot apologize enough to everyone involved and I will be watching with you all in what I believe will be one of the best seasons yet.”

He did not explain further what such “production protocols” contain. The Independent reached out to a Fox representative for comment.

Morrison was part of a new judging panel for season 17 of the hit dance competition, appearing alongside Jojo Siwa, Stephen “tWitch” Boss and returning host Cat Deeley.

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/matthew-morrison-so-you-think-you-can-dance-exit-b2089447.html Matthew Morrison is leaving So You Think You Can Dance after failing to follow protocols that affect impartiality

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