Some articles on dancing:
... the married couple, as the guests of honor at a dance, open the dancing, not that they perform a choreographed duet for spectators ... all guests, are inappropriate and therefore omitted when there is no other dancing planned for the guests ... In modern times ballroom dancing is no longer a widespread skill, and rehearsing the "first dance" has become a lucrative business for dance studios and independent dance instructors ...
... Dancing with the Stars is a Logie Award-winning, Australian light entertainment reality show airing on the Seven Network and filmed live from the HSV-7 studios in Melbourne ... The show is based on the United Kingdom BBC Television series Strictly Come Dancing and is part of BBC Worldwide's international Dancing with the Stars franchise ... The logo used for the first seven series of Dancing with the Stars is similar to the logo used by Strictly Come Dancing ...
... Designed by Anton Pieck, the Dancing Shoes entered Efteling in 1953 ... contains a little dance floor with two red shoes dancing, covered by a porch roof ... In the original story, the girl's feet are cut off to stop her dancing ...
... In 2006, she came first in a popular celebrity dancing show, during the fourth season of Taniec z gwiazdami (the Polish version of Dancing With The Stars) ... She was dancing with Stefano Terrazino ...
... Whilst they dance, four men are also dancing alongside the group with slightly different moves – they also accompanied the live performances ... behind the scenes version shows 1 girl dancing and 3 girls dancing ... with a purple background with a repeating pattern of the same tree that she is dancing next to ...
Famous quotes containing the word dancing:
“What was dancing to you then?
We went from the high gate away
To a black hill the other side of men
Where one wild stag stared
At the going day.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“Come, let me sing into your ear;
Those dancing days are gone,
All that silk and satin gear;
Crouch upon a stone,
Wrapping that foul body up
In as foul a rag....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Once you are dancing with the devil, the prettiest capers wont help you.”
—E.T.A.W. (Ernst Theodor Amadeus Wilhelm)