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‘So You Think You Can Dance’ spoilers: Justin Bieber, Twitch, new dances

Nigel Lythgoe returns as a judge for another season of So You Think You Can Dance
Nigel Lythgoe returns as a judge for another season of So You Think You Can DancePhoto by Valerie Macon/Getty Images

The fans of “So You Think You Can Dance” are ready for a whole new season. The season premiere of the popular show kicks off on Wednesday night and fans can hardly wait to see what is in store for the popular reality show. According to the Huffington Post on Tuesday, there will be some serious star power on stage as Justin Bieber is set to appear in four episodes along with his choreographer Nick DeMoura.

The new philosophy of the reality show is seen in the list of big names coming from the highlighted expected this season. While last year fans got to see a few stars shine behind the judge’s table, this year there will be even more and some of the celebrities will be dancing too. According to Reality Rewind on Wednesday the lineup is extensive. Adam Shankman, Twitch, Jenna Elfman, Christina Applegate and many more celebrities have signed on to give their opinions on the performances.

Looking to freshen up the season, there will be new dance styles too. Mary Murphy is promising viewers there will be dance styles never seen before on “So You Think You Can Dance” and encouraging people to tune in to see some extremely talented individuals. Viewers of the show expect flawless performances so adding new styles always offers up debates on the best dancers on the show.

While the lines between good dancers and famous folks seems to be blurred a bit this year, the combination will help the show’s ratings. Last year the show’s season finale was down 13 percent from the previous season. However, with the new lineup, big names and interesting ideas, the fans should be willing to check out the new season and make a decision on whether or not to watch every week.

“So You Think You Can Dance” season premiere kicks off at 8 p.m. Wednesday on FOX.