Nigel and Bonnie Lythgoe approached him to see if he would be a good match for a show they were then planning.is a story of friendship and watching those bonds strengthen through adversity.From earning law degrees to becoming full-out dance instructors, these former contestants have gone on to accomplish quite a bit since we last saw them.Here’s what we were able to find out after a whole lot of stalking some very extensive research.A tribulation which plays heavily into tonight's episode as the fallout from last week's Travis-gate (let's call it) is a major centerpiece.I caught up with Nick Lazzarini to talk about that bombshell, what it means for the boys moving forward and what it's been like to live his life in front of the cameras once again!He graduated from Springer Elementary in Mountain View, California and Blach Intermediate School in Los Altos, California.
A tribulation which plays heavily into tonight's episode as the fallout from last week's Travis-gate (let's call it) is a major centerpiece.
Whether it be American Idol, Dancing With the Stars, or So You Think You Can Dance, we’ve all loved and lost in one form or another.
And now that SYTYCD is in the midst of its ninth season, we here at thought it would be fun to check in on our past favorite dancing alums and see what they’ve been up to since leaving the show.
Lazzarini has been dancing since age four and began teaching and doing choreography at age fourteen.
In 2003, Lazzarini, competing as part of a dance group called Hot Under The Collar, appeared on CBS's "Star Search" remake.