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Bring It! Video

Posting schedule is slightly behind again, sorry about that. :)

I recently featured dance reality show Step It Up on the blog. In that post I mentioned Bring It!, another dance show. They don't show in in the UK anymore (they only showed the first series/season) but it's still going strong in America, with the 3rd series set to premiere on New Year's Day.

Here's a video I came across recently from the second series where the Dancing Dolls are competing against YCDT Supastarz in a stand battle. In my post on Step It Up I mentioned how I was surprised that YCDT (Young Contemporary Dance Theatre who feature in Step It Up) and the Dancing Dolls were rivals since I thought their styles of dancing were different. But they must directly compete because they're both in this video, lol.

Anyway, here is Part 1 of the stand battle:




Hope you like it. :)

There's also a video here from an episode of Bring It! where you can see the YCDT Supastarz' practice. I didn't know they featured in it because I haven't seen Bring It since last year. But after doing a search online I see that Step It Up is a spin-off from Bring It! I don't remember that being mentioned before but now I know, lol. Check out the video here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC70wW8ElKc




Get updates on Bring It! by "liking" theit Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BringIt/

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