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Mathew Morrison announced Friday that he will no longer be a judge for the show “So You Think You Can Dance” after he failed to adhere to competition production protocols.
He revealed his exit in a statement and explained that his violation of protocols prevented him from fairly judging the show’s competition.
“Having the opportunity to be a judge on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ was an incredible honor for me,” Morrison said in a statement. “Therefore, it is my deepest regret to inform you that I will be leaving the show.”
“After filming the audition rounds for the show and completing the selection of the 12 finalists, I did not follow competition production protocols, preventing me from being able to judge the competition fairly,” he continued. “I cannot apologize enough to all involved and I will be watching alongside you all on what I know will be one of the best seasons yet.”
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It remains unclear what competition protocols Morrison violated.
The former “Glee” star will still appear in four episodes of the dance competition show since programming has already started airing.
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Morrison was announced as a judge in April along with singer JoJo Siwa, Hip-Hop dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss and returning host Cat Deeley ahead of the show’s 17th season, which premiered May 18. A new judge will be named for the next stage of the dance competition, which will begin June 15.
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