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Since being with the former, their choreography has received both praise and criticism.
WATCH: 15 Big Reveals From the 'American Idol' Retrospective Special Scotty also opens up about why he almost quit while competing in the show's 10th season."You get on the show, and your life changes but you as a person don't have to change," the devout singer says, recalling the time he was assigned to sing the song "Everybody's Talkin'" from the X-rated film.But I was proud to wear it today in support of her graduating from the school of nursing at UNC-CH.I can't wait to see what the future holds for her, but one thing is for certain, she's going to be a great nurse! #Shes Still APack Fan #Thats My Girl A post shared by Scotty Mc Creery (@scottymccreery) on "I can't wait to see what the future holds for her, but one thing is for certain, she's going to be a great nurse! D'umo (née Cortopassi; born September 11, 1973) and Napoleon Buddy D'umo (born October 17, 1968), known together as Nappytabs, are Emmy Award-winning married choreographers who are often credited with developing lyrical hip-hop.They are best known for their choreography on the television show So You Think You Can Dance and for being supervising choreographers and executive producers of America's Best Dance Crew.all-stars Stephen "Twitch" Boss and Allison Holker got married tonight in a "rustic chic" ceremony at producer Nigel Lythgoe's Villa San-Juliette Vineyard & Winery in Paso Robles, Calif., reps for the couple confirmed to E! Presumably Nigel refrained from judging the nuptials and was just there to host and enjoy.The bride wore a strapless ivory gown with a chapel train skirt and a beaded lace bodice embroidered with silk organza flowers and leaves by Watters Hollywood."I kept my distance because I was so embarrassed and I was like, ‘Oh, he would never talk to me,' and I knew I was going to be so geeked and like that little kid back in high school that didn't know what to say."Twitch, who thought she was "absolutely gorgeous" from minute one, said that he mistook her shyness for disinterest—until the season-seven wrap party."He pointed to me from one end of the bar," Allison recalled."I cut through people, didn't even stare at anyone, didn't see anyone else at the party and we danced for probably two or three hours straight."Still got a few more songs to cut, so hopefully [it will be out] soon.He acted in Pam Gems' play, "Camille," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at Comedy Theatre in London, England with Frances Barber, Nicholas Farrell, Polly James, and Alphonsia Emmanuel in the cast.