Now for our first elimination… Continue reading
So it’s that time of year again, the Strictly Come Dancing final, will we see more 40s tonight and if so will it come from someone other than Kimberley? Continue reading
Five couples remaining, and now they have to perform two dances each. This should really test their dance abilities and we could see quite a few mistakes tonight I fear. Continue reading
This week we have a new concept (well to Strictly anyway, I believe they tested it out on Dancing With The Stars previously) of a dance fusion, either two dances performed within the same song seamlessly, or a split half-way through.
We’ve seen professionals perform these type of dances at shows before, and I’ve choreographed and performed dance fusions before. These could be amazing, or a complete car crash…let’s hope for amazing!
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- Monday Zumba Gold;
- No evening class Wednesday 12th Dec or 9th Jan;
- Tango workshop and Christmas social;
- Beginner Salsa Workshop;
- Deposits deadline for Great Yarmouth trip;
- Christmas Break;
- Tuesday evening private lessons;
- Christmas Gift Vouchers;
- Waltz Master Class;
- Strictly Keep Dancing Feb 9th;
- Forget Me Not Ball Feb 16th;
- Anton & Erin 15th March;
- No group trip to Albert Hall;
- Private Lessons available.
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We actually managed to watch the show on Saturday night for once, though we didn’t start until ridiculously late so thought we’d leave the update til Monday morning as usual.
3 weeks to go until the final, and it’s starting to get harder to say “they should definitely go this week” so we’ll just have to wait for their performances to be sure!
[UPDATE]: We have had to remove the photos/videos from this post we’re afraid.
Gangnam Montem Style
Earlier this month we were approached by Montem Primary School in Slough to come into the school and teach a group of students a choreographed dance for a family supper they were holding on Thursday 29th November 2012. The idea of the family supper was to bring together the different communities within the school, everyone brings a dish and the students provide the entertainment.
We were asked to suggest a song that would engage the children and provide a fun and lively routine. Gangnam Style has become the most popular video on Youtube (over 805m views at present) and our routine had already proven popular with our Zumba regulars so we suggested this to the school and they loved the idea. Continue reading