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STAGE TUBE: Katie Holmes Dances and Sings 'GET HAPPY' On FOX!

Katie Holmes gave a big and bright performance on the 100th episode of FOX TV's "So You Think You Can Dance." Her sunny tribute to Judy Garland found her dancing to "Get Happy" and was a pure delight to behold. Her cheery passion as she moved across the stage coupled with that joyful smile proved a showbiz winner! You can watch her song and dance right her on STAGE TUBE!

Katie Holmes has teamed up with Hairspray director Adam Shankman, reality TV mastermind Nigel Lythgoe and Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba to set up the Dizzy Feet Foundation. 'Dizzy Feet' is a dance scholarship fund that will give underprivileged youngsters the opportunity to take part in dance programs and win grants to enroll in accredited dance studios.

Holmes introduced the public to the new foundation on the milestone 100th episode of "So You Think You Can Dance," Thursday, July 23rd on FOX TV.

Katie Holmes enjoyed the success of her Broadway debut in All My Sons and proved skeptics wrong by handling the pressures of performing on the Great White Way with passion and ease, proving she was a natural for the New York stage.

A workshop musical reading of a stage adaptation of the film Finding Neverland took place back in December 2008, directed by Rob Ashford and featuring a cast that included Kate Baldwin, Christian Borle, Brian D'Addario, Michael D'addario, Blythe Danner, Erin Davie, Dalton Harrod, Tom Hewitt, Marc Kudisch, Daniel Marconi, Anne L. Nathan, Denis O'Hare, Brynn O'Malley, Clarke Thorell, Jon Patrick Walker and Wayne Wilcox. Katie Holmes took part in the reading and has spoken of her wish to do a musical in the future.

Katie Holmes made her debut in Ang Lee's acclaimed film The Ice Storm, which led to her role in the popular television series "Dawson's Creek." Her other film credits include Disturbing Behavior, Go, Wonder Boys with Michael Douglas, Abandon, Pieces of April, The Singing Detective with Robert Downey Jr., First Daughter with Michael Keaton, Thank You for Smoking, Batman Begins, and Mad Money.

 



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