"Sebi and the Land of Cha Cha Cha" was written by the actress and her husband.
Look at those moves!
It was such a beautiful moment of connection, spontaneity and love. Most of the participants were still waiting for their
What drives them, these ballroom babies with the swiveling hips, sequins and spray tans, who sacrifice family, friends, even country in the quest for fame?
Culture & Arts
It is a scene one might expect to see in Bogota, Havana, or even New York City. But this is Seoul, South Korea, an unexpected locale for a salsa competition. Yet Latin dance fever has taken over one of Asia's biggest cities and this year's Asia Latin Music & Salsa Festival proves it.
Traveling or living abroad, especially in a developing country, is a quick fix way to make our soul strings vibrate. But vibrate they must, wherever you are, whatever you do.
It didn't matter where you were from, what your social class was or even what your dancing abilities were. No one cared. We were all there for one reason: to let go. We all gave ourselves over to the music.
I cannot recall the last time I experienced such an incredibly ebullient performance of such vitality and vigor, such precision and beauty, as Paco Pena's A Compas (Primal Pulse).
Personally, I love that Brooke Burke won. Overall she had by far the best technique of all of the contestants, yet she has no known movement background.
Dancing With the Stars Needs to Do Something Other than Add Social Dances and a Non-Ballroom Judge to Spice Up the Show
Is it just me or is this the most boring season thus far of Dancing With the Stars?
It's so true though: the lives of food gourmet and dancer are just diametrically opposed; they're two different pleasures that don't go together.
The Largely Self-Taught Dancer Wins America's Collective Hearts: So You Think You Can Dance Season Finale
Joshua Allen was the rightful winner this season. He has everything: creativity, understated charisma, an endearing personality... I really don't know if there's been a winner I've felt is so deserving.
This show really outdoes itself each week. I think this week was the best ever choreographically.
This show outdoes itself each week. I was in a blissful state of shock Wednesday to see the breathtaking Desmond Richardson helping to choreograph.
Wow, what a week -- I agree with Nigel: "brilliant job."
This weekend's Manhattan Dancesport Championship will be a chance to celebrate the athleticism and artistry of dance and just have a rollicking good time in the process. .