Matthew MorrisonThis is his version of the story.
He was fired as a Fox’s judging panelist. You Believe You Can Dance on May 27 for not following “competition production protocol,” which he previously confirmed in a statement to CelebHomes News, the Glee alum gave an explanation for what happened in an Instagram video posted June 2—and it all surrounds a text message.
“It’s very unfortunate that to sit down and defend myself, my family against blatantly inaccurate statements made anonymously. However, I don’t have anything to hide,” he stated. In the interests of transparency, let me read the message I sent to Matthew, a show dancer. I would be happy to have your number so we can talk through some issues.
Although it wasn’t immediately obvious why Morrison had been fired at the age of 43, PeopleLater, it was reported that contestants felt uncomfortable because of “flirty messages via social media”.
Morrison said, “I sent this letter because the dancer and me share mutual respect for a choreographer I have known for more than 20 years. I wanted to help her find a job on the show as a director of choreography.” “It is devastating that we live in a world where gossip rules, and where people’s lives get tossed around as clickbait.