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What to Watch: Thursday, May 26

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This Thursday night, catch the season 8 premiere of Fox's dance competition So You Think You Can Dance, plus the annual Young Hollywood Awards honoring the cast of Pretty Little Liars and more!

What to Watch: Thursday, May 26

8:00pm: So You Think You Can Dance, Fox (2 hrs) SEASON PREMIERE
The eighth season of the dance extravaganza begins tonight! Join out judge Adam Shankman audition the new batch of contestants with his co-judges Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe. Here’s a preview of the new season’s audition premiere, take a look:
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9:00pm: Young Hollywood Awards, ION (1.5 hrs) NEW
Don’t miss the 13th Annual YHAs airing on ION for the first time! Catch the cast of Pretty Little Liars (including Shay Mitchell, who plays teen lesbian Emily) receive the award for “Cast To Watch,” plus celebrity performances and presenters!

9:00pm: Lady Gaga: Inside The Outside, MTV (1 hr) NEW
To celebrate her third album dropping Born This Way dropping this week, MTV is airing an exclusive and intimate interview with Lady Gaga. The hour-long special is a stripped-down look into the life of Stefani Germanotta, the woman behind Gaga, and the journey that led to her becoming a modern legend and a pop icon! Here's a clip from the interview, check it out:


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