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So You Think You Can Dance – Mary Murphy’s drama

Desperate! Drug-addicted! Childish! Nymphomaniacal! Self-absorbed! Cocaine-fueled! Demanding! Drunk! No ... I'm not talking about Charlie Sheen and his upcoming 'Anger Management' on FX ... rather Mary Murphy of 'So You Think You Can Dance' ...

Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd here we go.

Season 9 of So You Think You Can Dance may just be barely getting underway, but resident judge Mary Murphy — “The Conductor Of The Hot Tamale Train” — is already firing on all cylinders according to this report.

This is what happens, apparently, when you get famous by winning numerous world-wide dance competitions, when you body double for Julia Roberts, when you’re renowned for being a world-class technical dance instructor, when you win a 2007 award as Best Host/Judge at the Reality TV Awards and are featured on one of the most popular summer reality shows ever.


You become a “desperate, cocaine-fueled nymphomaniac” with no control, suicidal tendencies and no common sense. Where have we heard that one before? (Leave Two and A Half Men and Charlie Sheen out of this, you.)

I don’t know … maybe there’s truth to the rumors. Maybe her former manager Michael Sanchez has got all his ducks in a row in accusing Murphy of all the wacky closed-door exploits he purports and he can back every single one of them up just by opening his file drawers and offering the black and white proof.

I mean … if she’s not “drug-fueled” then how else do you explain this?

Or … maybe there’s the better part of $1.2 million waiting to be raked in by Ms. Murphy’s peeved (or spurned or bored or just-looking-for-something-to-while-away-the-time) ex-manager.

Yeah … that might have something to do with it. If ever there was something that wasn’t news, this could very well be it. I have a feeling the fun may just be starting.

Here’s to the beginning of the 2012 summer schedule. Who’s with me? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller … ???



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2 Responses to “So You Think You Can Dance – Mary Murphy’s drama”

May 24, 2012 at 10:17 PM

I do think it’s interesting he’s suing her for owed fees, but lists instead her alleged personality quirks. If he wants her to un-fire him (or he wants another client to hire him), sticking to the facts (i.e. listing what he did as her manager in terms of getting her gigs or indicating the actual breach by using the legal contract) would give him a stronger case.

May 25, 2012 at 2:29 AM

It’s also interesting that she sued him first over an allegedly stolen deposit that should have gone to her bank account, but he took it instead. When you get a counter-suit like this, it always seems a little dubious and more like sour grapes than anything with real merit.

But … who knows what fuels that Hot Tamale Train! Great picture, too!

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