I love this video. Dubbed “The A-Z of Dance,” it’s actually an ad for Diesel, promoting their new, flexible jeans. But it’s still an awesome celebration of dance, in its many forms.
One style or stepВ is represented for each letter of the alphabet—and quite a breadth are displayed! Of course, I was happy that it opened with an arabesque. (Though I could have done without the prolonged twerking, rendering this video a little NSFW.)
Watch below and enjoy! How badly does it make you want to get up and move, too?
Happy Friday! I know what you’re thinking: “How many ‘Call Me Maybe’ videos is this girl going to post?” But this one is worth watching, I promise–and the perfect way to top off the work week! YouTuber Steve KardynalВ donned a bikini and a cheap women’s wig, went onto Chatroulette and lip synced “Call Me Maybe” to unsuspecting users. The results are hilarious–and totally gave me the warm-fuzzies.
Enjoy your weekend! Got any fun plans? I’m going to a few ballet classes, as usual, and dim sum on Sunday. (Yum!)
Yesterday, a friend sent me a link and said, “You might like this video.” That was a total understatement because I absolutely love, love, love it. I’m a big fan of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic ZerosВ and I’ve been listening to their new album, “Here.” But I didn’t know they’d created such a brilliant video to go along with their gorgeous song, “Man on Fire.”
The lyrics are about the desire to dance, and the video, filmed in NYC, celebrates movement in various forms: dance, stepping, cheerleading, tumbling. I love how they’re mostly everyday New Yorkers doing their thing in school gyms, small studios and local sports fields. And (spoiler alert) I really loved the end where a dressed down City Ballet dances in a vacant lot.
Check it out (and watch it over and over–I already have):