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    Incredibly talented but I don't know what the choreographer was thinking. She's 10, she doesn't need to be dancing to a song about hookers nor should she be doing those sort of moves.

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    Wow she's an amazing dancer. Honestly I did ballroom dancing for 13 years and the latin outfits I wore at competitions were just as revealing. I also did the rumba - dance of love- and quite obviously it was all in character. It's just in costume. I also had a full face of make-up and head of hairspray. Not to mention fake tan, nails & eyelashes. Those things were only worn for competitions - not in my every day life. It's just a costume.

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    I agree.

    But far out, how does a 10yr old learn to dance that amazingly well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    Wow she's an amazing dancer. Honestly I did ballroom dancing for 13 years and the latin outfits I wore at competitions were just as revealing. It's just in costume. I also had a full face of make-up and head of hairspray. Not to mention fake tan, nails & eyelashes. Those things were only worn for competitions - not in my every day life. It's just a costume.
    I dont think its so much the outfit on its own, but worn dancing sexually like that thrusting etc, to music with suggestive lyrics is just in bad taste imo

    I doubt you danced like that in the costumes you wore!

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    Pretty sure her shorts say "werk" which is what the song/ dance number is called

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    Let's just hope she understands the difference between stage persona and real life! Woah!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JungleMum View Post
    Let's just hope she understands the difference between stage persona and real life! Woah!!
    But thats the thing, shes 10. She shouldnt be "acting out" that kind of persona.

    Let kids be kids for goodness sake.

    ( not aimed at u but this kind of thing infuriates me. Maybe because I have a daughter)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeddie View Post
    Pretty sure her shorts say "werk" which is what the song/ dance number is called
    That is good my old eyes read it as 'shank' I am glad it doesn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    But thats the thing, shes 10. She shouldnt be "acting out" that kind of persona.

    Let kids be kids for goodness sake.

    ( not aimed at u but this kind of thing infuriates me. Maybe because I have a daughter)

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    I get what your saying, but aside from that 3 mins she probably is just like any other kid. (Well and practise times of course.) To me it's no different to a child actor playing out a scene that's far removed from his/her reality.

    I only say that cos honestly even though I didn't do that kid of dancing (pretty sure tweaking wasn't around when I was a kid) I danced and put on the 'dance face' for that time I was on the floor. I danced the rumba and it can be quite suggestive - but the moment you step off the floor you're just a kid again hassling you mum for a fanta & packet if chips from the canteen.

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    No denying she is an amazing dancer. But yup - I agree, that is just far to over sexualised for a 10 year old. What is her mum thinking letting her do that all over the internet?

    Kids can be incredible hip hop/ dancers and not be sexualised.


 

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