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Dance Videos

It's been a while since I've posted any dance videos, so I thought I'd share a few today. :)

First of all here's Kellie Janeski from LA Clippers Dance Squad doing an improvisational dance to Beyonce's Crazy In Love (a slowed down version). Kellie is good at improvising. I belly dance and I used to find it quite nerve wracking when we had to improvise! lol. But it's not so bad now.

The video is from last April. Kellie was the team captain of the dance squad but I'm not sure if she's still part of it. Her picture isn't on the site anymore.




To keep up with Kellie follow her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kelliejaneski

Also check out an old interview with her from 2014: http://www.laloyolan.com/news/burning-questions-with-kelli-janeski/article_09602af0-444c-11e4-9317-0017a43b2370.html



Next is a Rumer Noel choreography where she and her students are dancing to Usher's No Limit.




And finally another one to a song called Jada:





Rumer has choreographed for the Dance Moms girls and has some videos with them. You can watch a couple of them here:

http://starsparklex.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/dance-moms-choreography-video.html

http://starsparklex.blogspot.co.uk/2016/02/another-dance-moms-girls-video.html

Hope you like the videos. :)



P.S. As you'll know if you follow this blog I'm a Eurovision fan! Tonight Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up is on, where we get to choose the UK's entry. They brought it back again last year. I don't expect us to do very well because of Brexit (I voted to stay in by the way!) but never mind, lol. I enjoy watching the other acts.

Making Your Mind Up is on BBC1 at 7.30pm.

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