Registration for dance competition to be held on Saturday November 11, 2006. Dance competition on December 22, 2006 at UIC Pavilion in Chicago. Dance Down 2006 features performance by Platinum recording artist Chris Brown.Chicago, IL, November 11, 2006 –(PR.COM)– Open registration for Dance Down 2006 will be held on Saturday November, 11, 2006 from 8am until 5pm at 100 Sangamon Ave in Chicago. Freestyle individual dancers and groups will have the opportunity to complete registration forms and perform a 3 minute dance routine. Registrants should bring their own music in CD format and all contestants will be filmed. Registration fees are $5 for individuals, $20 for teams, and $25 for groups. Forms are available for download at www.dancedown2006.com.Registrants selected will have the opportunity to compete in the Dance Down 2006 on December 22, 2006 at the UIC Pavilion in Chicago. Dance Down 2006 is one of the biggest dance competitions in the Midwest exhibiting “free style” and “footwork” dance techniques. Just as “Stepping” is a Chicago-based dance style, a new generation of dancers are coming forward with a unique dance style all their own. Commonly known as “footwork” or “freestyle”, dancers demonstrate complex body movements and amazing syncopated foot movements, usually to Hip Hop music.
In an informal poll of 13-year-old girls with Myspace pages, nine out of 10 agreed that The O.C. blows without Marissa Cooper. In a desperate attempt to regain this lucrative market, R&B heartthrob and teen Svengali Chris Brown has been cast to play a band nerd in the soapy teen drama, reports MTV.The role will be a major stretch for the Pied Piper of teenage girls, who is known for his svelte dance moves and 400-watt smile, but his multi-episode story-arc also promises to shake up the fictional folks of Orange County as his character, Will Tutt, develops an unlikely romance with token bad girl Kaitlin Cooper.Brown, who recently started shooting his first scenes, will make his debut on the series in January.
I might be late, but better late than never…Anyway, on to the matter at hand. The official site for the motion picture “Stomp The Yard” has been updated with a bit more content and a little more functionality.Head on over to StompTheYard.com to check it out.
I was looking up modifications for my Sidekick 3, and stumbled across a Chris Brown themes. Check out the links below to preview them!#1#2#3#4Oh, and I haven’t forgotten about the site. There are new pictures and media to be added – fret not.
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