Lythgoe is also co-creator and executive producer of the Fox dance competition series, whose 18th season is set to start in March.
Less than a week after Paula Abdul accused Nigel Lythgoe of sexually assaulting her twice over the past 20 years, the So You Think You Can Dance co-creator has been hit with another suit from two other women. However, unlike the action by the former American Idol judge, this latest blow against Lythgoe may not pack much legal punch.
The lawsuit filed Friday in Los Angeles also accuses Lythgoe of sexually assaulting Abdul after she left American Idol and became a judge on Lythgoe’s other competition show So You Think You Can Dance.
Nigel Lythgoe and Ken Warwick are exiting the singing contest. Its 12th season ended in May with a record low-rated finale.The producers follow judges Mariah Carey, Nicki Minaj and Randy Jackson out the door.
Shine America has entered into an exclusive, multi-year production partnership with Nigel Lythgoe Productions to develop and produce entertainment franchises for the Shine Group for the global TV marketplace Lythgoe […]
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