Saturday, 1 December 2007


Over the last few weeks I've been watching Dancing with the Stars on television. It was the first time I've ever seen it.

"The show pairs a celebrity with a professional dancer. The professional dancer is responsible for teaching the celebrity how to perform specific dances, which the pair perform live on the show each week. The dancers are scored by a panel of three professional ballroom judges. Additionally, viewers of the program may vote by phone, text message, or online methods. The team which receives the lowest total score (a combination of the judges' scores and viewer votes) each week is eliminated from the competition." Dancing with the Stars

In the finale, which was aired in the UK last night, one judge described Mel B, one of the celebrities, as a chameleon, meaning she was able to become whatever dance she's performing at the time.

I believe Mel B was simply expressing the dance that she already is. That's why she was so brilliant.

It was a great final. Loved it!


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