Danny Tidwell: ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ is dead

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Danny Tidwell was born on August 01, 1984, and his complete name is “Danny Arnold Tidwell.”. He was an American professional dancer. An essential part of his career is for being the runner-up on the third season, “So You Think You Can Dance” of “Fox.”. By performing this season, he became very famous in 2007. Most of people know himself for this performance. At the age of fifteen, he started to learn dance when he joined “Kirov Academy of Ballet.”.  He worked as an artistic director of “Movmnt Magazine” and as a solo dancer with “Norwegian National Opera and Ballet.”. 

Danny Tidwell
Danny Tidwell

According to the brother “Travis Wall” of Danny Tidwell, Danny died on Friday in a car accident. Travis Wall is also a dancer. He announced the news of the death of his brother Danny on Instagram. Se posted that recently I lost a sibling. What’s more, we, as a whole, lost a blessing. I’m not prepared. I can’t accept this is. But it happened, and we have to face it. I can’t accept you’re gone. You were more than my sibling and also my motivation. I loved you growing up. I wanted to move simply like you. I wish I could hop in your arms again like we used to when we were kids and performing in front of an audience.

Judge of Tidwell’s season, Debbie Allen paid tribute to Danny Tidwell on Twitter: Danny Tidwell, our excellent and a genius dancer, you are no more. But we will miss you, and We will consistently talk your name with adoration and regard. Love, Mama D.

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