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Misty Copeland Continues To Spread Inspiration In Houston

Celebrated Ballerina Misty Copeland drew a huge crowd as she gave a talk at the Kingdom Builders Center in southwest Houston yesterday. .@mistyonpointe shares her journey growing up as an African-American ballerina http://t.co/9igyCF5abP pic.twitter.com/MSJa8sRCHa — People magazine (@people) July 23, 2015 A month ago, the ballerina from Missouri became the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer …

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Kim Jong-Un Furious Over Viral Dance Video

North Korea’s Great Successor Kim Jong-un is said to be very displeased over a parody video, which features the Supreme Leader dancing his way through absurd situations to a Chinese pop song. According to South Korean newspaper The Chosunilbo, North Korea asked China to stop the spread of the YouTube clip, as it “seriously compromises Kim’s dignity and authority.” China …

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Solange Knowles Dances Alongside Sister Beyoncé at Coachella

One of Saturday’s performances at Coachella 2014 showed a lot of sisterly love. During Solange Knowles’ performance of “Losing You,” Beyonce made a surprise appearance dancing alongside her baby sister. Solange, flaunting an orange romper and big black curly hair, appeared to be very excited when the “Drunk In Love” singer made her way on stage. Beyonce’s attire was also not too far …

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Kevin Bacon Goes ‘Footloose’ for Fallon

Kevin Bacon kicked off his Sunday shoes and brought Footloose back to life for Jimmy Fallon and his audience on The Tonight Show last week. Thirty years after the film hit theaters, the 55-year-old still has those famous moves. Fallon started off the show by reading a proclamation stating dancing was deemed illegal on The Tonight Show. The cameras cut …

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Justin Timberlake Postpones Concert; Offers Apology

Whether you admit it or not, you are a fan of Justin Timberlake. Hell, everyone is – whether it be a deep fandom rooted in his N’Sync days or a recently found admiration of the new and improved classy-version of JT; Justin Timberlake is one of the hottest tickets in show business today. Thus, whenever Timberlake announced that he must …

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Prince Charles Dances With Swords

Prince Charles is currently taking a tour of the Middle East, most recently stopping in Saudi Arabia. On Tuesday, while in the city of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, Prince Charles wore traditional dress and joined members of the royal family of Saudi Arabia in the Ardah. The Ardah, commonly known as the sword dance, was performed as part …

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Netflix Gets Documentary ‘The Fabulous Ice Age’

Netflix appears to have gained exclusive streaming rights for documentary The Fabulous Ice Age, at least for four months. The title is currently available for streaming. Netflix just uploaded the trailer on YouTube: Here’s the description from Netflix: For decades, American touring ice shows dominated family entertainment with their dazzling production and variety acts. This documentary honors them through interviews …

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Bruce Willis “Dances Hard” on SNL

When most people think of veteran actor Bruce Willis, they envision a serious, rough and rugged man of action, thanks to blockbuster films like “Armageddon,” “The Jackal,” and of course, all 16 installments of the “Die Hard” movie series. Even films like “The Sixth Sense” automatically bring Willis to mind. But, his famous persona took a whole ‘360’ when it …

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Paris Hilton to Release New Hip Hop Album

Reality TV star and amateur porn star Paris Hilton has confirmed to Showbiz 411 that she will be releasing a new house music album. This will be Hilton’s second music album, after the release of her first album, Paris, in 2006. In addition to cutting a new album, Hilton is also reportedly set to launch a new perfume and will …

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Crip Walk Dance: Does It Belong At The Olympics?

The Crip Walk. It’s a dance move that originated in the 1970s from the infamous Crip gang. It has since taken on some mainstream popularity, but its origins have never truly been forgotten. That’s why the response has been divided ever since the dance has entered the Olympic stage. Serena Williams, star tennis player, was the second woman to earn …

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