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    I think she is one very talented girl, I don't really think she needs to be judged because of her age or costume!

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    Totally age inapropriate and I felt uncomfortable watch the crotch thrusting.

    But my god that girl can dance!

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    After reading the comments first I honestly expected it to be so much worse... I don't see anything wrong with it... :-/ she's at a dance competition completing a routine and playing a part. If she was out at a party then I could understand why it would be inappropriate but I don't really see an issue with this. She's an amazing dancer and if she's happy and enjoying herself then good on her. The only thing I can see that I wouldn't do it put it up on a public sharing site. If it was my daughter I would've kept it to the competition and if I wanted to share it with family and friends then put it up privately.

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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. 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.
    ^^ this

    I was a competition dancer at that age too. There is no way my parents would let me leave the house looking like that for a party or anything, but for dance competition it is all a requirement. The revealing outfits are not meant for shock value or sex appeal, they are to allow the judges a clear view of posture and muscle tone.

    I would have no issue with my 5yo dressing and dancing like that FOR A DANCING COMPETITION.

    View it in context people.

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    It just doesn't look right on a ten yo....the clothes that is. She could have still pulled it off in more suitable clothing and I think the song was cr@p too. It all could have been done far more tasteful than that imo

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    Wow! She is an amazing dancer. I'm not a big fan of hip hop in general but she definatly got that style of dancing down pat. I started watching other clips of her dancing other routines ( she also has ballet and modern dance clips) and was blown away by how amazing she is. Her "total eclipse of the heart" dance was breath taking.

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