Driving while voguing and talking on a handheld device isn't the safest way to travel, but when you're constantly surrounded by ailing people sometimes you just gotta live a little.
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Australian pop artist and prolific songwriter Sia has just released the music video for lead single “Chandelier” from her upcoming album 1000 Forms of Fear.
Although Sia does not make an appearance, the video features an incredible performance by Maddie Ziegler, the 11-year-old star of Lifetime’s “Dance Moms”
"Very proud of the gifted Maddie Ziegler, an incredible crew, choreographer Ryan Heffington, cinematographer Sebastian Wintero and my brilliant co-director Daniel Askill,” wrote Sia in a statement. “Together we shared a beautiful day, and created something we are all very proud of. Here are the fruits."
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Matt Bray has a YouTube channel called ProjectOneLife in which he uses video to record things he's scratching off his bucket list. The latest involves the dance routine from Napoleon Dynamite and a GoPro camera.
I had a GoPro camera set up on my cabinet and i just recorded myself doing the same dance routine every day. I wanted to do something along the lines of take a picture of myself everyday for a year but different. I eventually came up with the idea of 100 days of dance, I really didnt want to do this for a year so i thought 100 days seemed pretty good. The reason this was on the bucket list was because i thought it was a really cool, unique idea that i came up with and i wanted to make sure i saw it through, so i popped it on the bucket list to guarantee that i would complete it.
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Michael Dameski’s Show-Stopping Solo on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Has Paula Abdul in Tears: VIDEO
On this week’s Australian version of So You Think You Can Dance, dancer Michael Dameski (who played the role of Billy Elliot in the Broadway musical in 2008) brought down the house with an incredible solo.
The four judges seemed quite impressed by Dameski's performance. Paula Abdul especially.
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If you like Disney's Frozen and Michael Jackson's "Thriller," then you're in luck! One devoted fan-slash-computer graphics whiz re-created the King of Pop's classic zombie dance using Frozen's animated characters and the results are delightfully chilling — especially the dead serious look in Elsa's eyes as she leads her zombie clone horde.
What should we call a "Thriller"/Frozen mashup? Friller? Throzen?
If you dig this video, you might also like the creator's other one of Elsa doing the Macarena.
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