In the middle of "So You Think You Can Dance" result night this week, Katie Holmes paid a tribute to Judy Garland by reprising the legend's "Get Happy" routine. The video where Katie is singing and dancing ala Broadway in the 100th episode gets out online.
Katie was supporting DizzyFeet Foundation in which she serves as one of the founders. The organization is aiming to help underprivileged kids to get access to dance education. The other founders are the show's judge Nigel Lythgoe, director Adam Shankman and "Dancing with the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba.
Shortly after the performance, Nigel released a statement to all those who underestimated Katie's skill as a singer and dancer. "I'm going to ban all the Katie haters. You make me sick. Your attitude stops 'stars' doing charity work. Understand why she did it CHILDREN," he wrote on Twitter.
Although Katie's performance was expected to boost the rating of "So You Think You Can Dance", it failed to compete with the re-run of CBS' "The Mentalist". The dancing show on NBC drew 8.4 million viewers while the crime series absorbed 9.5 million.