I used to enjoy the show, but there's no question that the show in very slanted in who wins, who's eliminated, and who gets picked in the first place. In picking participants, the whole organization is too worried about diversity, and they eliminate too many good dancers who should be on there. The judging purposfully influences audience selections, and the whole idea of the way voting is carried out influences selections, as well. It's time to switch to a one-vote system (why everyone should have 10 votes is beyond me. I also think that the votes should involve who the viewer thinks should be eliminated from the show, not who gets saved. If this is done, maybe people can vote for two. I think this should be the way to do it for all of the call-in votes on all shows. This is very political, as it will eliminate a lot of revenue for the phone companies, and who doesn't think they influence how the calls are made? I've started watching the "So Do You Think You Can Dance" episodes fro Canada, and the dancers are FAR better, with a better selection process (some come back each year until they are considered as being ready), and the judges are much better, are far less vicious, and really leave it up to the audience to decide who IT really likes, without all of the negative influence from the judges, who, in this location, do not seem to have ulterior motives. Whoever wins, wins.After watching this show, I've given up on an inferior production here. Time for Nigel to step back.