Eddie McGuire is collaborating with Jenna Dewan and LL Cool J dance show Come Dance With Me in Australia
Eddie McGuire teams up with Jenna Dewan and LL Cool J to film new US television show Come Dance With Me in Australia
Eddie McGuire’s career has taken an unexpected turn three months after he stepped down down as president of Collingwood Football Club amid racist claims.
According to The Herald Sun, Eddie’s television production company JAM TV is working on an American dance competition show called Come Dance With Me, which is being filmed in Australia.
The family-friendly show will star Channing Tatum’s dancing ex-wife Jenna Dewan as judge, while NCIS: Los Angeles co-stars LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell will serve as executive producers.
New Project: Eddie McGuire’s television production company JAM TV is reportedly working on an American dance competition show called Come Dance With Me, which is being filmed in Australia
Reinout Oerlemans, Ross Weintraub and Jeff Altrock from 3 Ball Productions will also produce the program.
Recording for Come Dance With Me will begin in May and will take place in Melbourne, Australia.
‘[The show] It is expected that more US TV productions will be filming in Australia in the coming months as a way to escape the restrictive COVID conditions in the US, ”the Herald Sun reports.
Dancing Down Under! The family-friendly show will feature Channing Tatum’s ex-wife, Jenna Dewan (pictured), as a judge
Come Dance With Me shows talented young dancers from all over America performing with a dance partner from their family.
The dancer selects one inspiring and untrained family member or other adult who has supported their dance dreams.
With the help of professional choreographers, the duos will learn and perform a new dance routine every week as they compete for a grand prize.
A-List Supporters: Chris O’Donnell (left) and LL Cool J (right) will serve as executive producers
“We believe this concept is fun for the whole family, especially given the number of kids we both have,” LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell said in a joint statement.
“We reminisced about our kids’ dance lessons and what it would be like if they had to teach us to dance,” she added.
Eddie’s new project comes next he ended his 23-year reign as president of AFL club Collingwood on Feb. 9, after the publication of an independent report finding unaddressed cases of racism against black players.
The Millionaire Hot Seat host also recently ended his tenure on Triple M’s The Hot Breakfast program after 11 years on the air.
Stop: Eddie’s new project comes after he ended his 23-year reign as president of AFL club Collingwood on Feb. 9, following the release of an independent report finding unaddressed cases of racism against black players