Live To Dance Winner
February 10, 2011 by Post Team
Live To Dance Winner, Ballroomed adorable children danced their way into our hearts the first winners of Live to dance. They were so cute. You had to laugh when they do not get it when they were asked if they would still be dancing together when they were really old, like 20.
But did they really deserve to win? D’Angelo and Amanda, and besides, one of the other three first acts, Kendall Glover, have much talent to be so young. This is what delights the crowd and makes us want to pick up the phone and vote for them. The price? Half a million dollars.
But you have to feel bad for White Tree Fine Arts, who practiced ballet for most of these children were living dancers. D’Angelo and Amanda were crowned winners of the first season of Live To Dance. The young dancers, aged between ten and eleven, and won the award at 500 .000 season finale Wednesday night of the dance competition CBS.
“It feels good!” Amanda said, while D’Angelo added: “I am so excited and I want to thank my mom and dad for supporting us now, I’m going to Disney World.”
Kendall Glover finished in second place, while White Tree Fine Art won third place. Twitch, Vibe and Dance City Chaos were eliminated earlier in the episode.
Paula became tears before the final result was announced, the dancers say she had never worked so hard on a project and really enjoyed their capacity. She also read a message of thanks to all parents, choreographers, teachers and mentors who helped and inspired all acts.
The final saw the six finalists will go up on stage for a performance of the group before the first three have been revealed. Each of the tops acts then performed again.
“You two are amazing,” said Paula D’Angelo & following routine Amanda. “You are exquisite dancers. I see many young dancers and marvel at them every day but I’ve never seen two such beautiful souls who have little technical geniuses.”
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