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New York feels like the whole city is into dance music. That's not how it felt when I was younger. There was more of a hipster scene.
I think someone like Carmen Electra would be great in 'Peepshow.' Really, though, I think anyone who can sing and dance would be great.
For a long time, I couldn't actually deal with playing concerts; it was a totally alien concept to me, 'cause I was used to playing in clubs and dance halls.
I've been doing acting since I was 6 years old, and I don't know how to do anything besides act and sing. Back in the day, you had to do it all - you had to sing, dance, and act. I'm from the old school where that is what I was trained to do, and that's what I am expected to do, so it's weird when people ask me to choose.
We go through our lives in a continual dance of being filled with something that needs an answer, and then going out and finding that answer... only to find out that our answer wasn't quite the answer.
Just because you've been on stage doesn't mean you can dance.
I've actually tried to give Brett Ratner dance lessons, but he thinks he already knows how to.
My mother and my father always had me in ballet and dance, and I sang in a girl's group.
I'd love to work with Lena Headey, Alfie Allen, Charles Dance. I'd love to work with Peter Dinklage.
I have done so many love scenes in the past that I have learned how to pull off a sexy smoulder on the dance floor.
I've always loved dancing. As soon as there is good music, I've got to get up and dance. I was passionate about ballet as a little girl.
I actually sing horribly, but I used to dance pretty good. I was a gymnast, and you can usually use those gymnastic tricks with dance. Plus, they're so much fun to do. That wasn't really a big part of my career. It was just a phase.
It's great if you're funny or if you can dance, but if you are kind and decent, it comes out your pores.
Yvette Nicole Brown
Most music that comes out of Holland is basically the harder part of dance music - hip-hop, drum'n'bass.
I've just always liked watching people dance. I can't explain it. It used to just make me laugh.
My opinion is that music is music. As long as you approach doing a remix with truth, I don't see the dance remixes being any different than an hip-hop remix- it's really a different version of the song.
There have been a lot of people involved in the growth of EDM's support in the U.S., from DJ/producers like David Guetta, Deadmau5 and Skrillex, to major festival organisers and pop artists of EDM integrating elements of dance music into their music.
I have worked with several dance companies.
Having a very serious thematic element in the lyrics and then juxtaposing with something really triumphant and just a big beat to dance to is a nice contrast to having a dark message.
I tap dance.
It's hard to incorporate dance into movies I think.
I'm a dancer, so I love to dance.
I love that way dance music can put you in a trance.
Dancehall has always had a homophobic problem, but you go to dance parties in Jamaica, and some of the biggest dancers are kinda gay, just not outspoken about it. Dancehall was the first kind of music I was DJing, and it was always more about the rhythm.
You know, 'Peepshow,' in retrospect that seems like a good fit for me, but in the beginning, I'm sure you remember, nobody was sure if the show was going to last. Everybody was like, 'What are you doing? You can't sing, and you can't dance. What are you doing in this show?'
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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