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  • The World Games 2017 Wroclaw

    One of the highlights of 2017 will undoubtedly be The World Games that are held in Wroclaw, POL, from 20 to 30 July. For the fifth consecutive time, DanceSport will be among the 30+ sports that are contested. Four disciplines are featured!

    17/01/2017 read more ...
  • U.S. A Success!

    The first figures are in for the six-part World DanceSport GrandSlam Series airing on public broadcast stations all across the United States. Six hours of Latin and Standard dancing in the GrandSlams were broadcast 2,000 times!

    16/01/2017 read more ...
  • Firsts Around The Corner

    The first "Live from blog ..." to get rolled out in 2017 is the one of the Helsinki leg of this year's GrandSlam Series. On 17 March 2017, two month from now, it all starts back up! Wouldn't it be nice to welcome our first "IWGA Athletes of the Year" to the floor on this occasion too?

    13/01/2017 read more ...
  • Positive Perspective

    Since early December 2016, a task force made up of experts from WDSF as well as several other organisations is hard at work, preparing for the breakin' events at the Buenos Aires 2018 YOG. Others signal their approval of the approach taken.

    12/01/2017 read more ...
  • DS in WDSF

    With WDSF too often cast as a "ballroom" organisation by people without proper insights and grasp, it is appropriate to look back at the World DanceSport Games in Kaohsiung, TPE, as they visualise best what the DS in our acronym stands for. 

    11/01/2017 read more ...
  • Dance As Sport

    Ever since the December 2016 announcement of breakin' making its première in the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games, much has been said about dance as sport. In the general media as well as in the specialist publications! Here is one view that counts ...

    10/01/2017 read more ...
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DWTS: Keep Dancing 05/03/2014

DWTS - Keep Dancing © Bigpoint "Dancing With The Stars" (DWTS) is a hugely successful television property in many countries around the world. Originally created by the BBC, it is currently licensed to approximately 50 countries and a perennial audience leader in such important markets as the United States.

An official online game is also licensed by the BBC since 2012. "DWTS: Keep Dancing" has gamers create their avatars, pick their partners and put together winning choreographies.

As one reviewer puts it: "You will then be prompted to go to the studio where you begin dance practice. As you’re guided through the basics you see your avatar and pro interacting just as the couples actually do on the show! You’ll practise a few samba moves first and earn coins to buy more steps and other cool stuff. When you’ve progressed to the point of performance, you get to choose the costumes and stage lighting. After competing, you get judged on practice, performance, and presentation and receive judges’ scores from their iconic scoring paddles." 

"DWTS: Keep Dancing" is available in several different languages. Below are a few "Making Of" pictures ...

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