The News Review:
- Senior stars of ‘Gotta Dance’ find old gold in new moves
- ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Said Goodbye To Melissa & Ade
- International hip-hop artists find their roots in US
Senior stars of ‘Gotta Dance’ find old gold in new moves
New York Daily News
?We really like being a part of something that shatters myths about growing older in our society? says Gaines who at 64 is ?one of the babies? on the team. ?I couldn?t be happier being able to help break down these unfortunate stereotypes. ??People are shocked when they know my age and see how quick I am on my feet? says. ?I?m really tired of the advertising world putting down people over 50 60 70.
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‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Said Goodbye To Melissa & Ade
Melissa Sandvig & Kayla Radomski didn’t get to see their results yetbut Jeanine Mason was revealed to be one of the girls who would compete in the show’s finale for America’s best dancer. It didn’t mean she got the most votes it just meant she found out first. Past performers Jessica & Will performed a special dance routine to lead into the 2nd break. After the 2nd break they read the results for the final three guys. Brandon Bryant was the first to be revealed to go through to the finale to compete for America’s best dancer. While Ade bayomi & Evan Kasprzak were still left wondering at this point. Again for the guys it didn’t mean Brandon got the most votesit just meant that he got to find out first.
International hip-hop artists find their roots in US
Michelle Salazar is chic-grungy in black jeans and white T-shirt her long black hair swirling around her head. Hassan El Haf from Lebanon tall and thin does a kind of electric hip-hop mixed with salsa. Argentines Mauricio Trech and Silvia Fernandez move in a dramatic break dance. Both hail from Argentina home of the tango. Hien Ngoc Pham from Vietnam with a buzz cut and dressed in white jeans and a white T-shirt has Broadway bravado in his every move. The dancing stops and Samer Samahneh begins rapping — in Arabic. No translation needed; it comes from his soul.