Being the wife of Tom Cruise is not just the best thing Katie Holmes can do. In the 100th episode of So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD) slated on July 23, Katie Holmes agreed to show her dance moves, sing and show a lot of her legs for charity! In fact, she will be a doing a song and dance tribute to a Hollywood icon Judy Garland. Although she's no beginner to this stuff as she appeared on Broadway for Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, Katie is seemingly bent to do her best as she keeps on rehearsing her much-awaited number in SYTYCD until 11:30 PM - with just small breaks to be with her daughter Suri who's 3 years old. Since middle of May, pictures of Katie Holmes clad in dancing clothes has been appearing all over.
Katie's SYTYCD number was filmed by cinematographer Dion Beebe and directed/choreographed by her friend, Tyce Diorio, who's also a SYTYCD judge. The dance number is also inspired by Judy Garland’s song “Get Happy” from the 1950s musical Summer Stock. SYTYCD executive producer Nigel Lythgoe revealed to PEOPLE that Katie Holmes is donning “the jacket, the little hat... It’s just an iconic look. And Katie Holmes has got the legs. Wow!” Come July 23 and we'll all be seeing this spectacle on our TV screens. Let's hope it's worth all the drumbeating going on!