Matthew Morrison has revealed rumors of leaving SYTYCD.

Glee’s Matthew Morrison recently made headlines when he announced he was leaving the jury for Season 17 of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD).

Matthew Morrison previously announced his departure due to concerns about the production team. Their protocol as the reason for his departure. Before long, the Internet was flooded with rumors and speculation that Morrison had been fired. According to the story, Matthew Morrison was asked to leave after “flirting” and sending inappropriate text messages to the dancer.

The 43-year-old Broadway star clarified the issue in a recent Instagram video. He read the text in the video and put an end to the rumors.

The insider claimed that “the communication was exhilarating and there were sexual nuances that pushed the limits.” “He did not have sex with the participant. But she complained to her crew about his texting, which made her uncomfortable and embarrassing, and they took it to her HR.

What did Matthew Morrison say in an Instagram video?

In an Instagram video, Matthew Morrison claimed he had nothing to hide. And the rumors that he was fired for a seductive message were “blatantly wrong.”

He said in a video that he had to defend himself and his family against an anonymous and overtly false accusation, which he said was “very sad”. “So, for the sake of honesty, I’ll read the note I wrote to one of the show’s dancers.”

He read the alleged message and said, “If you don’t mind, I’d like to get my phone number and talk a few things.”

Those words to a dancer who has had ‘respect for the choreographer’ for over 20 years. As a result, he gave her a call to help her get her choreographer place on her SYTYCD.

In a statement posted by People, the Tony Award-nominated actor said he was leaving SYTYCD. He continued, “After recording the audition and selecting the final 12 people, I couldn’t properly judge the contest because I didn’t follow the convention production rules.” We sincerely apologize to everyone involved.

According to Entertainment Weekly, pre-recorded episodes featuring Glee alumni will air throughout June. A replacement is expected to be signed later in the current season. Morrison was hired to replace Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy. The dance competition series features rookie JoJo Siwa and Steven “tWitch” Boss.

This SYTYCD season includes a new jury.

The jury for SYTYCD Season 17 has been completely overhauled. Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe were regulars on the show, but were replaced by JoJo Siwa and Stephen “tWitch” Boss. The new panel also included Matthew Morrison.

SYTYCD Season 17 features a new episode every Wednesday at 9pm EST on Fox hosted by Cat Deeley.

Ankita Khanra


Ankita Khanrah is a sophomore in the Masters Program in Communication and Journalism (Integrated) at the KIIT Deemed University School of Mass Communication in Bhubaneswar.

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