THE SCREENING ROOM: "So You Think You Can Dance" Contestant Melinda Sullivan Pays Tribute to Ann Miller (Video)

News   THE SCREENING ROOM: "So You Think You Can Dance" Contestant Melinda Sullivan Pays Tribute to Ann Miller (Video)
 
Former "So You Think You Can Dance" contestant Melinda Sullivan and Imagiland Productions have teamed up with producer George Wang to present "Shakin' The Blues Away," a song and dance tribute to late performer Ann Miller.

Directed by Dante Russo, "Shakin' The Blues Away" is a musical short film that pays homage to Miller and features original choreography by Sullivan and a brand-new arrangement of Irving Berlin's classic tune by Adam Bravo.

"Ann Miller has always inspired me out of all the MGM women because of her audacious personality and fiery footwork," said Sullivan in a statement. Tap dancer Sullivan is best known for participating in the Fox reality show "So You Think You Can Dance" and has also been seen on "Dancing With the Stars" and "Glee."

Miller was seen on Broadway in George White's Scandals, Mame and Sugar Babies. She was also known for her film and television credits, which include "Dames at Sea," "Kiss Me Kate," "On the Town," "You Can't Take It With You" and "Easter Parade," in which she performed "Shakin' The Blues Away."

To watch "Shakin' The Blues Away," look below:

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