Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Respect! Aggro Santos bigs up Ballymena’s ‘Irish Jump Style’

BALLYMENA dance crew, ‘Irish Jump Style’ are walking on air after being invited to put on a private exhibit of their talents for UK Chart topper and “Im a Celebrity” Star Aggro Santos.
The 18-member IJS squad travelled to Belfast on Thursday to put on a show for the Brazilian born English rapper which was set up by promoter Chris Hughes.

Aggro, who was in Belfast last week to perform at the Odyssey, said afterwards he was “blown away” by the professionalism and excellence of the dance routine.

And he should know. Aggro toured with dance troupe Diversity, winners of the third series of Britain’s Got Talent, on their 27-date countrywide tour.

He later tweeted to his fans: Just had a private show from a future dance troupe Irish Jump Style…. Amazing!.

After the demonstrate the kids got a chance to have a quick chat with the star and thanked him for his time.

Their manager, Ballymena woman, Angela Brown, told The Ballymena Times, He even suggested the crew audition for the hit TV show “Got to Dance” and praise them for their determination.

She added: This is the newest installment for Irish Jump Style in their short and successful career.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Tyler rocks 'Idol' boat in good way

Fame isn't all gold, honey and massage oils; it's also the successful navigation of a steady stream of improbable and uncomfortable situations.

As proved by the first few weeks of the 10th season of American Idol, Steven Tyler is an unalloyed genius at such steering.

The moment when the lead singer for the durable rock band Aerosmith - one of the fresh judges this season - claimed the show as his own was felt through the third night of auditions.

Chris Medina sang a muscular version of the Script tune Breakeven after telling the story of fiancée Juliana Ramos, who had suffer a brain injury that left her capable to move her left arm but little more.

Later, at the behest of the judges, he escorted Ramos into the audition room.

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Friday, February 11, 2011

Amy Childs 'furious' over Kirk Norcross' TOWIE return

The Only Way Is Essex' star Amy Childs is livid her ex-boyfriend Kirk Norcross will return to the second series of the reality TV show, as she was hoping new boyfriend Joe would return him in viewers' affections.

The Only Way Is Essex' star Amy Childs is fuming her ex-boyfriend will return to the second series of the reality TV show.

The busty glamour girl's former lover Kirk Norcross quit the ITV2 show after its first series last year but bosses have convinced to come back, leaving Amy fuming as she was hoping new boyfriend Joe would replace him in viewers' affections.

However, the 20-year-old star is reportedly even more angry because Kirk will be seen loved-up with new girlfriend Lauren Pope.

A source told The Sun newspaper: Amy is fuming. She knows the public love Kirk and hoped her and Joe could be a hot couple. Amy doesn't actually like Lauren.

While Amy, Kirk and Lauren are returning, there will also be a host of fresh faces on the show after producers held auditions for fresh characters on Wednesday (09.02.11), with the new series airing in March.

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Monday, February 7, 2011

DAVID Hasselhoff was out judging talent again last night - but it had nothing to do with being on a reality TV show panel.

The former Baywatch star and Britain's Got Talent judge found himself surrounded by appreciative female fans when he left a London nightclub last night.

Ex-Knight Rider star David was approached by three women after a night of revels at Boujis, South Kensington.

The 58-year-old, who was dressed in a pink and white stripy shirt, black suit and dark pink velvet shoes, seemed particularly taken with one of the fans and gave her fairly a squeeze.

He guffawed as he posed for the cameras with the ladies, braving previous night's blustery conditions.

David, enhanced known as The Hoff, had joined comedian Michael McIntyre and Amanda Holden for the telly talent show's Birmingham auditions.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Local 'survivor' says, 'I want to be the tough girl'

It was last summer; about a month before taping was set to begin on the latest "Survivor," when it happened.

Ashley Underwood, 25, of Benton, was walking -- and texting at the similar time -- when she took one false step and stubbed her foot on the sidewalk.

She bankrupts her toe.

Undeterred by the bad timing, Underwood continued her powerful workouts and studying in preparation for the popular TV contest. And she didn't tell the makers of "Survivor" about her toe, just in case that might endanger her spot on the show.

That minor hitch, and Underwood's willpower to suck it up and press on, is a pretty good indication of what kind of contestant she'll be when "Survivor: Redemption Island" begins ventilation on Feb. 16 on CBS.

I want to be the tough girl, Underwood said Thursday, in her first interview since it was announced preceding month she would be on the show.

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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Recap: 'Live to Dance' - The Finalists Dance

The last six acts bring it – but one stands out

Is it me, or is this show made up of so much filler there’s actually only about fifteen minutes of actual show? Anyway, we’re down to the top six, so I’m guessing there will be even less demonstrate and more time wasting shambling than we’ve seen previously. Hopefully some of that will involve Paula Abdul acting all hella crazy. She’s been far too pulled together on this show, actually.

[Full recap of Wednesday's (Feb. 2) "Live to Dance" after the break...]

Wow, the judges are previously seated! They aren’t walking out holding hands and waving to the huddle masses!

Oh, goody, let’s look at last week’s finalists in an endless mosaic of performances we’ve already seen and which we can no longer vote for. lastly, Andrew reveals that America voted for… Kendall Glover! Really? Even Travis said she wasn’t one of the better performers last week due to her leg extension. But she is pretty and bouncy, so that counts for something.

First up, we see Twitch. They’ve been dancing together for ten years, and because they’re seniors this is the previous time they’ll be dancing together. Aw, come on guys! Screw college; get your act to Broadway! Rent a one bedroom apartment, work at one of the million Starbucks in Manhattan and audition all day, you can perform it!

And truly, they could. This is a visually stunning performance. The choreography is truly spot on, and they have some fun with the paparazzi concept. They’re extremely well synchronized and they combine contemporary style with gymnastic elements attractive flawlessly. The show’s off to a good start!

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Dance fever catches on among Indians, thanks to TV

New Delhi, Feb 1 - Salsa, tango, B-Boying and hip-hop -- global dance forms have become household names and more people want to study them thanks to a flood of dance reality shows on TV. What's more, these shows also offer a springboard to the glamorous world of showbiz for budding dancers.

While it all started with "Boogie Woogie" in 1995 on Sony TV, the little screen now has a long list of dance reality shows - "Jhalak Dikhla Ja", "Dance India Dance" (DID), "Chak Dhoom Dhoom" and "Nachle Ve".

Choreographer Rajeev Surthi, who has made stars like Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Priyanka Chopra between others dance to his tunes, is a product of a dance reality show himself and says these shows certainly help aspiring dancers.