Here’s the official video for Dance your way to Singapore! You can watch the mass dance that we did with Matt Harding but unfortunately (fortunately?) because we were standing so far back in the crowd, we can’t really be spotted. Most of the mass dance you’ll see is also footage from the first mass dance, which explains why they had fans, and we didn’t. Although I must say that I don’t really get the use of fans. They’re not exactly emblematic of our culture, and let’s face it- they’re not the best accessories for men. (I’m sorry Matt, but you did look pretty silly.) Watching people dance awkwardly is entertaining enough on its own without the need for props! What I fear is that they were used in the dance just so that they could be used in the pun “Fans (with fans!) dancing with Matt Harding”. Yeowcheesy.
In any case, we made it to the TOP 20 (WOOT!) thanks to you guys so please continue to support us by voting here>>>
Honestly I’m not really looking to win it (oh who am I kidding?), but I am very interested to see how far we can go. As of now we’re in the top 10, and if we even make it to top 5 I would consider that a huge achievement! Plus, after watching the current top videos now, I actually think our bad dancing is pretty good. Heehee.
So support our bad dancing and vote please! 😀
I DANCED REALLY BADLY WITH MATT HARDING IN TIMES SQUARE TODAY.
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Many of you have probably seen his VISA ‘Travel Happy’ commercial on TV or in the cinemas. You know, the one with the seemingly crazy guy who’s dancing everywhere; in front of the Merlion, in Harajuku, on a Vietnamese boat that looks like it’s about to capsize under his weight.. Yup, I’m a bit of a fangirl just because I think it’s amazing to be paid to travel around the world to dance badly with people. I mean, that’s a job I would be awesome at. Especially the dancing badly bit.
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I don’t know about you guys, but being Asian has always attracted a lot of attention for me whenever I travel in Latin America/ Caribbean or in certain parts of Europe. My most unpleasant experience was in Athens.
PRCs at the Acropolis in Athens. I guess we do attract attention...
J (an American-Born Korean) and I would be crossing the street, randomly chatting about this-and-that, when some Greek man would, as he was crossing from the other side of the street, go BLARRRGHH right into our faces as he was passing us, and then continue walking as if nothing had happened. This happened twice when I was in Athens and then once again when I was alone in Florence. A man actually paused his conversation on his cell phone to BLARRRGH me.
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