So You Think You Can Dance Australia – Apparently Matt Has Attitude
Well that is what this week’s edition of TV Week is saying.
In an article written about a photo shoot at Luna Park with the dancers, by the sounds of it the TV Week staffers were not too impressed by Matt’s attitude.
The article said:
While the majority of the dancers were all smiles, despite the 6am call time for our shoot, one of the reality stars was in serious need of a reality check.
Matt, the supposed cheeky chappie of the bunch, shocked TV WEEK staffers with his four-letter outburst when we asked him to get his hair and make-up done – then later, he kicked up a stink about having to carry his own bag.
As several of his fellow dancers told us, however, this behaviour was no one-off.
“I don’t know who he thinks he is,” one of the contestants tells TV WEEK. “He’s a dancer, not some big celebrity.”
“He’s the one contestant with an attitude,” seconds another. “None of us want to tick him off because he just blows up and we don’t need that in our life. We don’t want that [negative] energy to ruin our day.”
“People are definitely starting to show their true colours now,” weighs in a third. “I stay away from certain personalities, because I just can’t deal with them.”
Also the article goes on to say the rumours are not true that there is a budding romance between Keiran and Carly.
The article goes onto talk about how Jess S has had issues with her two partners, Doug and Nick, as they have been married and engaged.
The article says:
After having been paired with two men – Doug and Nick – who are either married or engaged, Jess S admits she often felt that her partners put a barrier up.
“Because they both have significant others, it’s like there’s a wall there that I have to try and break through, ” she reveals. “I can’t touch them the way I want to because they have these boundaries. It’s much easier to get that connection with a gay guy, as they don’t care.”
“Nick is a great partner, but we’re very different because he’s religious and quite conservative,” she continues. “I’ve never really had an open conversation with him; I just can’t get through to him the way I want to.”