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SCD week 5 music and dances

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Printed Date: 19 Nov 2017 at 19:26


Topic: SCD week 5 music and dances
Posted By: Bren
Subject: SCD week 5 music and dances
Date Posted: 17 Oct 2017 at 18:55
Alexandra and Gorka will dance the Samba to Shape Of You by Ed Sheeran
Aston and Janette will Waltz to Can't Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley (MREE Cover)
Brian and Amy will Jive to It's Not Unusual by Tom Jones
Davood and Nadiya perform the Jive to Tell Her About It by Billy Joel
Debbie and Giovanni dance the Rumba to Baby Can I Hold You by Tracy Chapman
Gemma and Aljaz will perform a Foxtrot to Believe by Madilyn Bailey
Joe and Katya perform a Paso Doble to Diablo Rojo by Rodrigo y Gabriela
Jonnie and Oti dance the Quickstep to Part-Time Lover by Stevie Wonder
Mollie and AJ will perform a Viennese Waltz to Anyone Who Had A Heart by Cilla Black
Ruth and Anton dance the Samba to Love Is In The Air by John Paul Young
Simon and Karen will perform a Charleston to Fit As A Fiddle (And Ready For Love) by Gene Kelly
Susan and Kevin will Cha Cha to Shout Out To My Ex by Little Mix




Replies:
Posted By: Jo Bird
Date Posted: 17 Oct 2017 at 19:10
Thanks Bren. Some nice songs there for Aston, Davood, Gemma, Joe, Mollie..
although I think they might've saved Joe's song and dance for Halloween.

I'm not a fan of Little Mix. Will it work for the CCC?

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Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain.


Posted By: salsa-addict
Date Posted: 18 Oct 2017 at 12:14
Ruth and Anton - Samba - oh dear! I am not sure how Brian will cope with jive either. neither am I looking forward to Debbie in rumba, especially after last week - I fear she may end up as another Carol Vorderman! Hopefully Simon and Susan will be able to inject personality to overcome lack of technique in their dances.



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