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Captain Obvious 2 kids; Havana, Cuba 25634 posts
19th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting A❤T=P&W:</b>" you kids dance 5 hours a day??"</blockquote>



No 5 hrs a week between the 2 of them, 4 days a week

Captain Obvious 2 kids; Havana, Cuba 25634 posts
19th Jun '13

I feel like i'm not explaining that right lol the five hours are spread over four days..as in most days they dance an hour a day. My little one only dances one a week.

**Blessed_Insanity** 7 kids; Wyoming 18896 posts
19th Jun '13

ABSOLUTELY NOT!! OMG this is horrible. I would NEVER allow my daughter at this age to dance so sexually suggestively EVER. What ever happened to teaching our children to use their talents with dignity. Disgusting.

Proginoskes II 3 kids; North Carolina 1295 posts
19th Jun '13

I'd rather the outfit be different. It seems unnecessary to show quite that much skin at that age.
If that were my daughter, I would encourage other styles of dance until she was older. If I had any child that talented, I would be letting them do all the competitions that they wanted, and putting any money they won up for their future. I would also be very proud of them for all the work that it would take to be that good.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
20th Jun '13

Being a former dancer, I would have no problem with anything on that performance. People act like she walked out the house looking like that or she dresses like that on a daily basis. :roll: They have a changing room & she probably only wore that outfit minutes before her performance and took it off right after. :?



I saw some inconsistencies but she is pretty awesome. < 3 Loved the ending.



I'm now off to watch all the other videos. Maybe steal some choreography. JK.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
20th Jun '13
Quoting ~The Lunar Flower~:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Captain Obvious:</b>" do you have any formal dance training? ... [snip!] ... entire thing was inappropriate. There are ways of incorporating hip hop into a dance that don't make it look like a strip tease"


Lol, NO high school will ever teach/show a real hip pop number nor wear appropriate costumes for a hop pop performance because of conduct, dress code policies.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
20th Jun '13
Quoting Captain Obvious:" I'm a performer at heart and if my child was that talented she'd be doing that dance at every competition ... [snip!] ... my husband could "over my dead body" me all he wanted and not one f**k would be given LOL agree to disagree I suppose."


:D



Exactly what I was thinking. Specially the DH part, haha.

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
20th Jun '13
Quoting Now and Forever:" Being a former dancer, I would have no problem with anything on that performance. People act like she ... [snip!] ... she is pretty awesome. < 3 Loved the ending. I'm now off to watch all the other videos. Maybe steal some choreography. JK."


dressing like that for a performance isn't any better. That means it's an intentional decision, to attract more attention, and IMO that's not the kind of attention a 10 year old should be trying to attract.

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
20th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting A❤T=P&W:</b>" dressing like that for a performance isn't any better. That means it's an intentional decision, to attract ... [snip!] ... decision, to attract more attention, and IMO that's not the kind of attention a 10 year old should be trying to attract. "</blockquote>



Lmfao. Do you have any dance experience or are you just making assumptions? The costume you chose for a performance has nothing to do with "getting attention".

Gosloving 1 child; Washington 12831 posts
20th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting A❤T=P&W:</b>" dressing like that for a performance isn't any better. That means it's an intentional decision, to attract ... [snip!] ... decision, to attract more attention, and IMO that's not the kind of attention a 10 year old should be trying to attract. "</blockquote>



Lmfao. Do you have any dance experience or are you just making assumptions? The costume you choose for a performance has nothing to do with "getting attention".

♥ in 32 kids; Matosinhos, Portugal 1495 posts
20th Jun '13

of course I would. If I saw my daughter had talents like this, I wouldn't let it pass. It's amazing.

user banned 2 kids; Silly, Belgium 6539 posts
20th Jun '13

I didn't have a problem with most of it, but the part where she kind if thrusts her pelvis upward and the booty popping made me cringe a bit thinking of my daughter doing that. It's not that it's inappropriate, just not age appropriate imo. But like everyone else said she's very talented.



The clothes are whatever. Maybe a bit longer shorts or tights under since the way she maneuvers her body could make for a horrible accidental exposure.