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It’s never been done before! Are you ready to be part of the first group ever to go dancing on Africa’s Rooftop (in Tanzania)? It will be an official Guinness World Records™ attempt. Join like-minded travelers and experience the thrill of a lifetime. This trip includes both hiking to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro, dancing at the top of Africa’s tallest mountain and the world’s tallest free-standing mountain - also a FREE extension to Serengeti/Ngorongoro Crater. Joining us today to tell us all about it is Brian Chapman from Black Giraffe Dancing Adventures. Later in the show we will hear from Elena Grinenko from Dancing with the Stars and Rib Hillis of Extreme Makeover Home Edition fame.
For more information visit www.facebook.com/blackgiraffedancingadventures or www.blackgiraffeadventures.com
You can also contact Brian Chapman directly 602-393-0961
Our guests this morning are Melissa Griswold, Steve Goldstein, Michael Rouse, Christian Wolf and Cherie Davis.
All of today’s guests will be participating in this year’s Dancing with the Stars IV. The event takes place this Saturday, February 7 at the James Armstrong Theater in Torrance.
Melissa Griswold is the Multimedia Account Executive for The Daily Breeze located in Torrance. She lives in San Pedro and is dancing for Rainbow Services Ltd.
Stephen Goldstein is the President of Payroll Management Solutions, Inc. located in Los Angeles. Steve lives in Redondo Beach and he’ll be dancing for Pediatric Therapy Network.
Michael Rouse resides in El Segundo and is the Vice President of Diversity, Philanthropy & Community Affairs for Toyota located in Torrance. Michael won the competition during the first season of DWTSBS and will be a co-host for this year’s event.
Cherie Davis is the General Manager for the Miyako Hybrid Hotel in Torrance and was the second place winner of DWTSBS for season one. She’ll be co-hosting this year with Michael.
Christian Wolf is the Executive and Artistic Director for the Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation and a regular contributor to this program. Chris has been the event emcee in prior years but this year, he’ll be dancing in the competition for the Food for Kids Program of the Volunteer Center.
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Who are the greatest dancers of the silver screen? What are the top dance films and routines? In honor of the upcoming National Tap Dance Day, Movie Addict Headquarters revisits a lively discussion featuring avid dance fan Fausta Rodriguez, co-host Jazz Shaw, producer Nikki Starr -- and host Betty Jo Tucker, a former tap dancer. The encore presentation is dedicated to Derek Hough, one of today’s most dynamic dancers and star of the movie Make Your Move. Fortunately, Derek has recovered enough from his Dancing with the Stars injury to go on tour this summer with his sister Julianne Hough.
Which dancers will be named the best by the show’s diverse panel? Among the contenders are: Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, Gregory Hines, Eleanor Powell, Fred Astaire, the Nicholas Brothers, Ginger Rogers, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O’Connor, Leslie Caron, Vera Ellen, Christopher Walken and Bill Robinson, whose birthday is celebrated on May 25 – a date established by the U.S. Congress as National Tap Dance Day in his honor.
Some of the films under consideration during this episode include: Assassination Tango, The Bandwagon, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Singin’ in the Rain, Shall We Dance, Billy Elliott, West Side Story, Take the Lead, Flashdance, Hairspray, Easter Parade, Step Up, Footloose, Dirty Dancing and Tap.
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley The Total Tutor interviews "Dancing with the Stars" Dancer Sharna Burgess!
Sharna Burgess lives in Los Angeles and works on the #1 ABC television show Dancing with the Stars as a Pro Dancer and Choreographer.
In the 2013 DWTS season she teamed up with football-great-turned-ESPN personality, Keyshawn Johnson. Funny man Andy Dick was her partner during the 2012 season. She also pursues her career in Television and Film with Acting and Hosting.
In 2006 choreographer Jason Gilkison chose Sharna to go on tour with the hit dance sensation Burn The Floor, after living in London for two years following her competitive career which included collecting numerous titles around the globe and appearing in a UK tour with the theatre show Simply Ballroom. Burn The Floor was wildly successful selling in excess of four million tickets in over 30 countries and 160 cities worldwide. Sharna had the incredible privilege to tour the world with them for six years. During that time she also had guest appearances on Dancing with the Stars Australia, Dancing With The Stars USA, So You Think You Can Dance Holland. Moreover, she was the assistant choreographer to Jason Gilkison on So You Think You Can Dance USA and So You Think You Can Dance Australia for many years. In 2009 Burn The Floor landed on Broadway with Sharna as one of the Lead female dancers.
Yay! Another Monday, another dancing segment. Today is the last Ellie Goulding repeat of my iPod playlist. Let's dance and enjoy what is left. I want you boogying to the wonderful music she makes.
Let's not forget, though. I also give you a quick update of how my weekend went. What a turn around; what tragic! I can't believe all that happened.
Orlando Scandrick and his contract situation.
---How does this effect the teams off season plans? Should he be paid? Enough depth at position not to worry?
Dez in the house.
---Does this show that he is all in for this season? Will a long term deal get done/should it this season? How will Dez play without a big contract?
---Dustin Vaughan, the next QB in Big D? Similar to Romo. Better college stats. How does his development effect Weeden?
--- the convicts team, or so they were called in the nineties was the dynasty team and super successful. a lot of people are giving a lot of flack to Dallas this season for bringing on so many players with questionable off the field issues. Could this years "convict team" be just as successful?