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All of this adds up to an extremely enjoyable mix of adorable angst, sweet romance and deliciously shallow drama. (Yes, , but I miss the old days of credits with a song that gets stuck in my head, a song that makes me get excited that I’m about to watch the show, a song that I may or may not spontaneously sing in the shower and/or grocery store. I’m just really hoping to see some “Canned Heat” action in the season finale. The show is effortlessly PACKED with gorgeous scenery, because apparently everywhere in Sydney is the most dazzling place in the world. A song like this: That’s actually the beginning of the pilot, and I dare you to stop watching.
I want to hug him at least five times every episode. I always wondered what happened after the Pan-Pacific Grand Prix! Fran became a really uptight ice queen ballet teacher! what I expected but whatever, I’m just glad to see her again. (And here’s the science to prove it.) There’s the struggling but passionate heroine who is the picture of innocence, the older, sexy guy, the super intense biotch who’s the best dancer in the class, the sweet guy friend, the strict but ultimately caring instructor and, of course, lots of impressive dance scenes. They’re pretty but not supermodels, and their limbs are muscular instead of sticks. Either it’s an HBO show with a long string of incredible graphics, or it’s a CW show where they flash the title of the show along with a random sound.To determine which is more important, with Sammy's help, Tara makes a list of pros and cons about Ethan.However, Abigail emails Tara's list to the whole school.And even as the production prepared to hit cinemas, Jordan was still coming to terms with the evolution of the show.'If you had of asked me in season one if we were going to wrap it all together with a movie, I would have said you were joking,' he said.Her fellow students are merciless, drawing attention to the melodramatic arc of the deeply personal story - defeat snatched from the jaws of victory, and her "Edward Cullen-like" boyfriend (the devoted Christian played by Jordan Rodrigues).
And that's before Ben's (Thomas Lacey) leukaemia returns or Kat (Alicia Banit) becomes embroiled in a phone sex scandal.
There’s a lot of FYA standards – Mysterious Loner Dude, teenage crushes, but with ballet sabotage and rivalries, the occasional baby kangaroo – even if you don’t want to review it for the site, it’s a fabulous show, cheesy, but compelling. This show is crazy addictive and jam packed with FYA’s favorite teen cliches. But with the help of good friends and the hope of romance with her unrequited crush, Tara begins to navigate the perils of ballet and the pitfalls of adolescence.
And then you had my hand in marriage at “baby kangaroo.” So I hopped on to You Tube and started watching the pilot, and y’all, LISA T WAS NOT KIDDING AROUND. But Tara’s small town background didn’t exactly prepare her for the rigor and competition at the academy, and almost immediately, she’s overwhelmed by the challenge.
Jordan returned to Australia and to his birthplace of Sydney to shoot the local production last year.
And the actor, who is dating dancer Marissa Heart, also had praise for the show's fans - both at home and abroad.
He's a young, successful actor living in Los Angeles.