Viral sensation Psy says dress classy dance cheesy. But what about those who just can’t dance?
Having a social life can be pretty awkward for people born without a dancing gene. Specifically at weddings, (especially your own), parties celebrating milestone birthdays and any kind of drinking social event from your late teens right through until your mid thirties. Or longer depending on how much of a life you have.
You will know the person without the dancing gene because they are the ones clinging to the edges of the party. When the music starts, they suddenly disappear to the bathroom, or to have a cigarette or to catch up with “so and so” who they haven’t seen for ages.
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Long before the abomination known as Moves Like Jagger (Maroon 5 your days are numbered), the rubberfaced Rolling Stones frontman made a different move. He wore lipstick and lavish beauty products and took much more time than most of his male counterparts when getting ready.
Yep, Mick Jagger was the first Metrosexual. He was The Man…who slightly resembled a woman.
Modern day metros like Pharell Williams, David Beckham, Marc Anthony and Orlando Bloom should doff their fedoras to Jagger, the grandfather of metrosexuality and an outstanding individual who championed individuality.
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Welcome to a new semi-regular segment on The Punch, where we try to extract something meaningful from the week that was.
In yet another week dominated by the carbon tax and financial turmoil, the other big story was the guilty verdict on Michael Jackson’s personal doctor, Conrad Murray, who slowly poisoned Jacko with a toxic mix of anaesthetic and sedatives.
Jacko wanted a cure for insomnia so he could rest up for his imminent comeback tour. The thing is, why did he need drugs at all? According to the man himself, dancing could solve all problems. Let’s examine the video evidence…
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“Dead in the water” is how industry insiders have described Channel 10’s So You Think You Can Dance in the wake of reports it’s the latest reality show destined for the scrapheap.
Today’s Daily Telegraph reports that the combination of a poor fourth season and Natalie Bassingwaithe’s extended abscence due to maternity leave, has left the program the “worst-rated” since it debuted in February 2008.
Ouch. But what do you think, are there any disappointed fans out there?
Or, if the decision was yours, would it really be the first reality show you’d be happy to see the back of?
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