Allen performed the first Bollywood dance and trepak of America's So You Think You Can Dance, with Katee and t Witch, respectively.
On July 30, 2009, Allen returned, along with fellow Season 4 contestant Chelsie Hightower, to perform their Emmy nominated Argentine Tango, choreographed by Season 2 contestant Dmitry Chaplin.
“So You Think You Can Dance” star Joshua Allen left the current season due to domestic violence charges. As Gossip Cop has reported, season 13 of the FOX competition is dubbed “The Next Generation” for its focus on aspiring stars between the ages of 8 and 13.
But 10 “All-Stars,” including Allen, who won season 4, were invited to participate as mentors.
is the winner of the fourth season of So You Think You Can Dance.
He had originally auditioned in Dallas, Texas with his friend and fellow contestant, Comfort Fedoke.
Then on Wednesday, a Twitter user accused the show’s producer and head judge, Nigel Lythgoe, of having “something to do” with the unexpected exit. I would suggest, therefore, that you ask Joshua.” Now one day later, a report says Allen is facing charges for allegedly attacking his girlfriend on more than one occasion.
and 4 misdemeanors related to battery, vandalism and violating the protective order.
As part of his prize for winning SYTYCD Season 4, Allen appeared as a featured dancer in Step Up 3D, along with fellow finalists Katee Shean and Stephen 't Witch' Boss. In 2010, Allen took part in Season 2 of Oxygen's Dance Your Ass Off as one of the show's pros.
Allen was a featured dancer in the 2011 remake of the musical/movie Footloose.
might end up showing his moves in a prison yard, as felony and misdemeanor charges were filed against him today by Los Angeles County District Attorney. He “faces two felony counts of willfully injuring a girlfriend after a prior conviction and one felony count of assault with a deadly weapon, a glass vase,” D. The 27-year-old also has misdemeanor charges of simple battery and vandalism under 0 looming over him.
If Joshua Allen is found guilty of attacks on his girlfriend on April 13 and June 19, he could face more than 10 years in California prison. remake, had a January 13 conviction of “willfully injuring a girlfriend” – which is where the protective order came from.