I just beat this prancing psycho. Yes, it is true she claimed my life @ 30 times but I beat her....YESSSSSSSSSSSS.
By spear dancer i mean someone like Oberyn Martell from GOT.
I.e. A character that can keep enemies at bay while maneuvering graciously on the battlefield. I have no idea what class or race to use, please help.
I'm so sorry if this opinion has already been posted, and I know a lot of people simply don't care but I just wanted to say it once.
Jungkook is in BTS the one that I enjoy watching the most during choreographies.
Even the rare times when he's not center, I catch my eyes drifting automatically to him. When I watch their dance practices, I have to rewatch them several times to pay attention to the other members and even then I have to force myself not to go back to Kookie.
I don't know why. I know he's technically not the best (that's why I think this opinion is unpopular, even if his position in the dance line is irrefutable, people usually place him 3rd then go on to debate over who between Jimin and Hoseok is number 1) and maybe it's just because I find him extremely hot when he's performing (he's the only one in BTS that actually makes me go "rawwrr" sometimes), but yeah, truth is, he's my favorite.
And it's not recent. I discovered BTS with BS&T and he immediately caught my... keep reading on reddit ➡
"In 2000, Craig Sager has an affair with a Chicago Bulls dancer (Stacy) while he is on the road for NBA games Leaves family (wife + 3 children) for Stacy and marries her. He is 49, Stacy is 24. Has 2 more kids with new wife. Gets leukemia in 2014. His son Craig from his first marriage donates in two separate bone marrow transplants to save father's life. Eventually Craig Sager dies to cancer in Dec 2016. Tweets from the kids reveal that Stacy made sure Sager's first family was completely excluded from will. Also gold digger never thanked Craig Jr. for saving father's life twice"
Article 1: https://www.news-press.com/story/sports/2018/01/11/craig-sager-jr-29-shares-emotions-over-craig-sager-sr-excluding-him/1025201001/
Article 2: https://sports.yahoo.com/craig-sagers-son-tweets-sisters-left-fathers-will-232152871.html
Source 3: https://old.reddit.com/r/nba/comments/ca7jc3/dennis_rodman_once_went_to_detroits_arena_with_a/et749ot/
So the problem I have is that my sir and I are caught in a power struggle as I build my self confidence and self worth through dance. It has been happening for a while now, the more I dance (even if just for him and not performing), the more he feels I am taking control away from him. I feel very strong, in control, sexy, confident and independent when dancing, but still have the burning desire and need to submit. My sir has said a number of times that my attitude in day to day life has changed also. (We have never had a 24/7 dynamic but have lived together for 6 years). He says that my personality presents to people as if I demand attention, admiration and respect from everyone including him, as if I were to be a creature that could never be tamed, instead of originally being present but overlooked and evidently devoted to him. It also doesn't help that I have been working during COVID-19, whereas he had been jobless.
But as everything starts to re-open here in Australia, I need adv... keep reading on reddit ➡
I see a lot of people in the nct fandom claiming that Yuta is a Main Dancer instead of Lead and is also the 2nd best dancer after taeyong in 127. He is definetely good and there was surely a time where I would have considered him the 2nd best dancer aswell (2016-mid 2018). And even though he is still good I feel like both Mark and Haechan surpassed him in dancing skills. Mark is pure hip hop and beats imo yuta when it comes to hard hitting choreos and moves that require sharpness + is one of the few dancers in NCT that is able to freestyle well on the spot while Haechan embodies smoothness and fluidity and has a damn good technique. Yuta on the other hand while still good underdances a lot and often looks like he doesn't even want to be on stage so he lacks consistency. He seems a lot less energetic ever since 2019 in regards to his dancing. Also since Mark and Haechan are/used to be in Nct Dream and U aswell they got to learn a lot more choreos with all kinds of different moves so the... keep reading on reddit ➡
From "Neville Goddard: A Portrait by Israel Regardie"
"The year 1925 found him beginning his theatrical career at the Hippodrome, which not so long ago was torn down, removing from New York one of its old landmarks. The destruction of this building was also a milestone to Neville’s life. It coincided with his departure from the world of the theatre. He entered a totally different public life. Yet it was a life which at the same time bore certain resemblances to his old dramatic career—as we shall see.
He has had a wide and varied experience for a young man, this Neville. In 1925 he sailed for England with a dancing partner, and travelled widely in that country. It was there that he became openly interested in the study of the occult and mysticism.
Whilst in England, he met Arthur Begbie who introduced him to t... keep reading on reddit ➡
She’s labeled as the main dancer in Itzy and solo stan Midzys try to push the idea that Chaeryoung is REALLY good at dancing. I’ve been obsessed with Itzy and have watched all, and I mean ALL of their fancams, MV, dance practice, choreograph version, all of the videos from their recent song Wannabe. And I really disagree that Chaeryoung is supposedly really good at dancing. She’s good, but not REALLY good. She lacks consistency and sometimes cheats the moves and I don’t feel 매력 (charm) from her dancing. She’s not better than Ryujin as most people claim, and again, in my opinion. The best to lesser powerful dancers I think are
End of rant ty
Edit: to make it clear, I believe that facial expression strongly ties with dancing. Anybody could practice a lot to get through the movement, but it’s extremely hard to master facial expression.
Listen, I LOVE Soojin. She has a good personality, an amazing voice and does well on stage. This is not meant to be a post to bash her, it is simply an opinion.
But she is, by no means, a Lisa or Momo in terms of dancing capability. She has perfected the sultry, soft dancing style which makes her look attractive. My problem with her is that that is the ONLY style she has perfected. As a main dancer versatility should be the number one priority. In any case with any song, Soojin should be able to centre and do justice to the concept but she doesn't. For Uh-Oh (retro hip-hop) her dancing was too feminine, and unfortunately it just brought the entire energy of the song down. Sometimes being just good, isn't enough.
(in my opinion Miyeon was the best dancer for this era, she has a good balance between power and femininity)
Another problem (possibly the bigger one) I have with her **is that as main dancer she never tak... keep reading on reddit ➡
I posted an opinion yesterday but off I go again lol
I've noticed a lot that groups that are bigger tend to overuse back up dancers (particularly with bts but other groups too). I find it kind of like... showing off.
Let me be clear though, when groups are hosting their own concerts that makes sense or when they're doing award show performances because those stages are huge and filling them with dancers makes actual sense. I mean groups that use tons of backup dancers for music shows. Those stages are not that big and when you already have 7 people on it, the space can be filled pretty easily. Adding 10+ backup dancers isn't necessary. It also seems kind of lazy that backup dancers are used instead of members for certain parts of songs... I mean these idols have trained for this very job so why are they not performing? Why are backup dancers being called in to perform instead of them?
I also think with smaller groups it makes sense to have backup dancers because of the fact that th... keep reading on reddit ➡
I can remember seeing morris dancing when I was a small child, but it must have been 15 years since I last saw any.
Edit: update, thanks for the replies, it looks like morris dancing is alive and well. It's strange what thoughts come into your head late at night
hey everyone!! idk if people actually keep track of what i post on here but a while back i made a post about my favorite dancers in kpop. since then, i went back and re-evaluated that list (it was literally 3 people, so it wasn’t hard to do) and came up with a new one.
im in no way a dance expert (i did ballet, tap, and jazz for 5 years but i have absolutely zero authority on this) meaning it is solely my opinion and who i like. it’s purely subjective, and you may totally disagree! i’m not trying to bash anyone because literally every idol is 100x more talented than me lol. i just want to show appreciation for my personal favorites :) here goes nothing!
Like who said its okay for main dancer to be bad at singing ?
like is it already stated that main dancer will usually bad at singing and thats okay
"Well shes/he is a main dancer so its okay".....seriously ? Who set that mindset ? they are singer afterall We have plenty of main dancer who also good at singing
Taeyang from Bigbang
Seulgi from Red Velvet
SinB from Gfriend
Minzy from 2NE1
Chaeyeon from Izone
Yeji from Itzy
So stop defending your favs . She/he need to be criticize so that they can realize , learn and improve from that . Stop babying them , singing is their profession afterall
I feel like most of K-Pop groups have that obvious best dancer in the group, but the 2nd best one is quite blurry and controversial between the fandoms.
For example, everyone knows SinB is the best dancer in the group, but the fans are still divided between Yuju and Yerin as the 2nd best one. Personally i feel like Yuju is the 2nd best in the current eras. Her moves were very powerful and graceful which fit their concept, hence why she usually becomes the one who did most of the choreo stunts (Me Gustas Tu’s split slide, Rough spin). But i also understand why the detailed and more cleaner movement of Yerin makes people prefer her over Yuju.
This also happens within IZ*ONE’s fandom because there were still on going discussion between Chaewon and Eunbi as the 2nd best dancer after God Chaeyeon.
What are your favorite group(s) and who do you think is the 2nd best dancer in it?
Pros cons of fighter, cleric or mage. All seem like they could be fun times
So on my first play through of ds3 I spent approximately 12 hours on dancer alone probably over 250-300 attempts, only just killing her with a fraction of health and no estus left.
But then on then on my second play through, I was dreading having to face her again, but to my surprise I killed her first try with ease and plenty of estus to spare.
My second play through of dark souls (9 hours) literally took less time than killing dancer on my first play through. How does this even work.
Instead of a blackout, let's promote our favourite black dancers and choreographers. Links to videos, Instagram handles, things like that. There are lots of incredible Black dancers beyond Misty Copeland, so let's showcase them.
One of my favourites on Instagram is Nikisha Fogo. Instagram nikishafogo. She is a principal dancer at the Vienna State Opera Ballet, and in the process of moving to San Francisco. Here is a video of her dancing a beautiful first shade in La Bayadere.
Another favourite is Marcelino Sambé. He is a principal dancer with the Royal Opera House. His instragram is marcisambe. Here he is dancing in an emotional Pas de Trois from the newly created The Cellist. The full ballet is available for streaming for another 24 hours on the Royal Opera House YouTube channel.
Here is the Dance Theatre of Harlem performing a beautiful conte... keep reading on reddit ➡
I thought of Minseok in CBX, because in his profile for CBX he’s a Main dancer, Main rapper, and a Lead vocal. But that’s only his sub unit, so are there any idols who have all three main positions? And any who you think could have all three?
It may be obvious to some but I just recently discovered NCT, and started exploring more SM artists in general. Previously my favorite dancers were Jungkook, Jimin and Kai. Until I saw Ten. He is insanely good, I never thought you can top some of my favorites but not only that, he is just on a another level - light speed, sharp, precise af movements, he mixes both contemporary elements with urban and hip hop style. He literally is the epitome of a perfect dancer. I wish he gets more recognition for his dance in the future.
I also love his personality so much😭.
Memes aside, what I’m trying to say is that instead of dedicating a whole day (or days) to complete, empty sorrow because of a loved one’s death, we should turn it into a happy celebration of the life that they lived through, like what we see with the African coffin dance meme, whether they enjoyed it to the end or not. My great grandma passed away back in January and I shit you not the amount of tears, including mine, that I saw being shed that day just made me feel awful throughout. The only happy part of that funeral was after it finished and my family was just remembering all the good memories we had with her. I’m not saying that every country has to coffin-dance, but just celebrate in any way they can!
TL;DR- a Funeral should be a dedicated to celebrating the life that someone lived before they died instead of that day being dedicated to complete sadness and sorrow
I find this opinion extremely difficult to articulate so please, bear with me.
I want to start off by saying that there are many prominent, skilled rappers in idol groups (Block B rap line/Bastarz, BTS rap line, SKZ rap line etc) but if the group is NOT hip hop orientated then it’s an insignificant position compared to the other two main positions.
For the majority of kpop groups, that do not have a full blown hip hop concept (more than 1 rap verse in almost every song, main genre is hip hop, trap etc - basically 2013 BTS or something similar lmao), a rap verse is almost never needed, hence me perceiving it as an insignificant position.
I say this because I see many fans hyping their faves for being extremely talented because they have a main rapper position and another lead position. But in reality, their rap skills are nowhere near as good in their respective field compared to main vocalists or even main dancers. So it’s practically non-existent.
I’m going to use Red Velvet a... keep reading on reddit ➡
As a musician, I often think about the amazing production quality and unique, complex sounds in BTS' music. So I am wondering if those with a dance background notice the same about their choreography. Is there a performance or bit of choreography that stood out to you?
Side note: I am a fan of dance, and was thrilled to find out that Keone and Mari Madrid from SYTYCD had worked with BTS on some amazing routines (Dope, Fire, Not Today, BS&T). And Son Sung Deuk is just incredible. Are there any other choreographers that have worked with BTS that you are a fan of?