It's already November but Bebeh and I haven't praticed anything yet for our couple's dance. I have mentioned before that I dont want the ennie-sweetie
type of dance because that is not so me. Please don't get me wrong, I like Michael Buble and the classic Frank Sinatra. It's just that it's gonna be awkward for me to dance in that kind of melody. I want to be unconventional. I prefer the crazy PussyCat or Spice Girls Fast Dance. It even came to a point that I suggested the song PAPAYA so that everybody will join us in the dance floor as we finish half-way of the song. LOL
Months ago, I have asked Russell to bring home a DVD of JLO's Shall We Dance?
because I didn't get to see it in silver screen when it was shown here in Manila. I want to see how Richard Gere and JLo elegantly danced Rhumba and Salsa. I know how to dance Rhumba (just a little) but I'm having a hard time following the steps on doing fabulous salsa
. For somebody like me who doesn't have the luxury of time meeting dance instructors, having online dance lessons is really helpful. Aside from the fact that all I need to have is a partner, which I already have (a good dancer if I may say), our salsa dance steps will not only be limited to what a DI could teach us. Learning salsa online is indeed a fun and unique way of enjoying the intimate dance!
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