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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    Calling all pedophiles!

    Its one thing dressing a KID like that and for sure she has great energy though isn't there another style of dancing more appropriate.

    Oh and what kind of a parent would put that trash on the net with her full name. I'm jist a little over the top with the internet

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    Theres a fb page her parents have made for her complete with images of her thrusting her groin at the camera.

    The mind boggles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    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.
    I get what ur saying lol but why is it ok for a 10 yr old to act like a hooker trying to be sexy? Even for 3 mins? Theres just no excuse imo.



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    I don't see a problem with her dance or outfit. If my daughter had an interest in dancing I would accept that she would most likely have to wear skimpy outfits.

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    Is that what dancing looks like?? All I saw was a whole bunch of repetitive moves from a very fit and flexible and tall 10 year old. What shocking choreography.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossompossum View Post
    I had to turn it off befotr it finished. I felt like a pevert just watching It.

    Her foolish parents.

    Yes fat lazy fingers did write this =)
    Same. How anyone can think its ok for a child confuses the hell out of me.

    Shows how desensitized we have become toward the sexualisation of children :/

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    I did dancing at that age. Our dance performances were to 'I just can't wait to be king' the lion king complete with lion mane costume
    And 'under the sea' from the little mermaid. Wow things have changed in 15 years

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    Sooo children wanting to dance = them being dressed like prostitutes and acting all sexy like a stripper in a club.

    Gotcha. Didnt realise thats the low dancing had sunk too.....heres me thinking there were many other alternatives!!

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    She is really talented. But I agree the outfit and the dance moves are very inappropriate.

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    http://youtu.be/XcI9xYuFrtI

    This is the same girl very tallented but don't like the work choreography or outfit choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Sooo children wanting to dance = them being dressed like prostitutes and acting all sexy like a stripper in a club.

    Gotcha. Didnt realise thats the low dancing had sunk too.....heres me thinking there were many other alternatives!!

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    Why start a thread about her if you find her dance/dress so inappropriate? I'm not sure what drives someone to gossip about someone else's child and judge them so harshly.


 

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