So You Think You Can Dance Canada’s Blake McGrath is the latest fab cover boy

TV show's lead choreographer and judge dishes about Britney, Mariah Carey and his debut album

So You Think You Can Dance Canada’s Blake McGrath is the cover boy of the latest issue of fab magazine.

In an interview with fab’s associate editor Matt Thomas, the Mississauga-born dancer spoke about working for Britney Spears, reality television and his upcoming debut solo album, Time to Move (“I’m trying to go for a boy Lady Gaga vibe,” he says). The TV show judge and choreographer also had some harsh words about Mariah Carey, who he met through MTV’s Dancelife:

“I think she’s the biggest diva of them all,” says McGrath. “She taps her throat to get someone to bring her water, she only drinks from a straw, she taps her feet to have her shoes put on and she walks around under a tent. I was like, ‘Jesus, humble yourself a little bit.’ The fame thing is just not real, so when you become all about it you lose yourself.”

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