Watch as the Prancing Elites, Alabam's All-Male Cheerleading Team, werque and J-set their way into your hearts AFTER THE JUMP...
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Summer TV staple So You Think You Can Dance reveals its Top 20 dancers tonight on FOX. Despite its uneven handling of LGBT performers and issues, the dance competition series has been a consistent source of breathtaking choreography.
Before we meet this season’s finalists, reacquaint yourself with some of the greatest performances from the show’s previous nine seasons.
More, AFTER THE JUMP...
GET LUCKY: Dancing to a Daft Punk cover.
ALLEN ROSENTHAL: A survivor of the 'ex-gay' group NARTH speaks out.
OWL: Loves being petted.
BELGIUM: Liberal humanists celebrate 10 years of marriage equality.
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Earlier this year I posted about Five Dances, which "follows the rocky emotional journey of an 18-year old dancer (the amazing Ryan Steele) with talent to burn, who must choose between his responsibility to his broken family in the Midwest, and forging a life and career for himself."
At the time writer/director Alan Brown, whom you may know from his previous effort Private Romeo (a gay retelling of Romeo and Juliet in a military academy), was looking for post-production financing.
Well apparently that financing came through because the film is ready with a fresh trailer and a website which teases a soon-to-be-announced premiere screening.
Check out the new trailer, AFTER THE JUMP...
P!nk wrestles with a relationship and one hot dancing partner in her new "Try" video. That partner is Colt Prattes and is directed by Floria Sigismondi and choreographed by The Golden Boyz and Pink's trapeze partner Sebastien Stella.
Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP...