Mark Ballas was interviewed by KTLA this morning about his involvement with the Harlem Globe Trotters. During the interview, he also mentions how he and Derek Hough bought a home when asked about the exaggerated “bromance” rumors by TMZ. All he and Derek plan to do is tear the home down and build something new. Mark also talks a little about the new season of Dancing With The Stars saying no one will find out if they are dancing and who they are dancing with for a couple of weeks still. Fun interview. Check it out!
This is too cool. Below Dancing With The Stars pro Sharna Burgess interviews celebrities who came to the Trans4m Benefit Concert to help support Will.i.am’s charity “I Am Angel”. Sharna interviews greats like Chaka Khan, Esai Morales, and Bell Biv Devoe to name a few. She does such a good job and she looks so pretty too! Stay tuned! We have a new exclusive interview coming up with Sharna where she talks of all kinds of fun things…including her thoughts on the new season of Dancing With The Stars.
What an awesome new Guest Blog by Kaitlyn!! Being Kaitlyn has trained in Contemporary and Jazz, she thought she’d go over the basics for us….especially since Dancing With The Stars has been reaching for other kinds of dancing styles besides ballroom these past few seasons and since some of the couples have had to do a Contemporary dance during week 1. So, without further ado, below is Kaitlyn. She also has some fun questions for us to answer at the end. 😉 Ok, read on…
The Basics Of Contemporary And Jazz
Most of us regular viewers of Dancing with the Stars are familiar at this point with the basics of each of the 10 dances and the few that they add in once in a while (Argentine Tango, Salsa, Mambo, ect). I spent 15 years as what we like to call a “studio dancer”, meaning that I trained and danced competitively in ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip hop, ect (think Dance Moms minus the yelling and screaming and having dancers pinned against one another), so I’m actually more familiar with the new “regular” dances that they’ve added, contemporary and jazz, than I am with the ballroom dances. Read more..