GrandSlam Finals | The Latin Highlight 02/01/2013

kiss & cry

Aside from just wanting to show you great dancing, we are very keen to find out what YOU think about an element we have added to the GrandSlam format: the "kiss & cry" zone ...

A “kiss & cry” zone is set up next to the floor. There, the couples get to see and react to the results that are made public once both athletes are set up and properly framed (with head and chest, side-by-side) on camera. They see their results on either an adequately sized monitor that is positioned in the zone or on the arena projection screen.

Having this option of an additional angle on DanceSport competition and its athletes is something we feel is important.

Let us know your opinion: !

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