“I have nothing to hide,” the ousted judge said before reading the DM he sent to lớn a contestant mid-filming.

Bạn đang xem: Kim anh “so you think you can dance” äæ°a “em chæ°a 18” “lãªn sã n”


After exiting as a judge on So You Think You Can Dance under ambiguous circumstances, Matthew Morrison is sharing his side of the story. He first confirmed his departure from this season last Friday, acknowledging his failure to lớn follow “competition production protocols, preventing me from being able khổng lồ judge the competition fairly.”

A SYTYCD source then told People that Morrison was fired for having “an inappropriate relationship with a female contestant” that consisted only of “flirty direct messages on social media” sent from Morrison lớn the dancer. “She felt uncomfortable with his line of comments và went to producers, who then got Fox involved,” the source claimed. “He was fired after they did their own investigation.”

But Morrison disputed that tài khoản on Thursday via his Instagram. “It’s really unfortunate that I have to lớn sit here và defend myself and my family against blatantly untrue statements made anonymously, but I have nothing to lớn hide,” he said in a video. “So in the interest of transparency, I will read to lớn you the one message that I wrote to lớn a dancer on the show.”

Xem thêm: Nghĩa Của Từ Responsible Đi Với Giới Từ Gì ? Responsible Đi Với Giới Từ Gì

He then read the alleged direct message: “Hey, it’s Matthew. If you don’t mind, would love lớn get your number và talk you through some things.”

“The end,” Morrison said after reading. “I sent this because this dancer & I both giới thiệu a mutual respect for a choreographer that I’ve known for over 20 years, và I was trying to help her get a job as a choreographer on the show.” He continued: “It’s devastating that we live in this world where gossip rules & people’s lives are being thrown around as clickbait. I think this is much bigger than me and this story. Gossip is toxic và it is destroying our society, và we need to vì better.”

Renee Puente, Morrison’s wife with whom he shares two children, reposted Morrison’s video, writing, “It’s been a wild ride… My husband has finally been given an opportunity khổng lồ speak his truth. He has done so with such grace & integrity in a situation that is complex và incredibly complicated.”

Morrison, who will reportedly appear in four episodes of season 17, which aired its season premiere on May 18, said he “in no way” wanted this controversy “to take away from the show.” He signed off by wishing the contestants and his fellow judges, JoJo SiwaStephen “tWitch” Boss, “all the best.”

Xem thêm: Nguyễn Thị Trang Phương Ngoại Tình, Lê Trương Hiền Hòa Là Ai

From the awards race lớn the box office, with everything in between: get the entertainment industry"s must-read newsletter.