Matthew Morrison He opposes allegations that he sent “flirtatious” text messages to contestants on “So You Think You Can Dance” … reading aloud the alleged message, ending the assumption that it was inappropriate.
Morrison, who was recently released from the show for not following the “production protocols” of the show, is clearly excited about the video he posted on Instagram, which he captioned “Just to clarify:”.
He opens it, saying: “It is a pity that I have to sit here, protect myself from statements that do not correspond to the obvious reality of my family. anonymously, but I have nothing to hide. So for the sake of transparency … I’re going to read you one message I wrote to the dancer during the show. ”
“Then he reads the message we checked that was sent on April 25 at 00:34,” he said. “Hey, that’s Matthew. If you do not mind, I would like to get your number խոսել talk about some things. … “
Morrison then explained that he wanted to contact the contestant because they shared “mutual respect” for the choreographer, and that he wanted the choreographer to get a job on the show.
Our sources say that it was the contestant who said that the message to the producers was potentially problematic.
Sources close to Morrison tell us that he was not aware of his judge’s contract without the rule of contact. We are told that he worked on dance shows in the UK, where collaboration with contestants was encouraged … և did not think it would be a problem.
He concludes his video with a gossip message about how toxic it can be to the public before wishing all the best to all the contestants and his former fellow judges.
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