“Ballroom is the whole package: it’s flow, it’s physical activity, it’s with music, and it also is a form of self-expression but at the same time is interactive with your partner. “
UB showcases are all about glamour and style, so check out some of the shots from the event.
Just as I picked out my favorite couple at the very beginning, this fun and exciting duo got to the end of the show and became the winner of Dancing with the Stars: Ahtletes!
The theme of this week is the “Most Valuable Person” – moms, dads, friends and mentors – who play an important role and serve as a driving force in the lives of those who have come far to become something extraordinary.
It’s only week 2 of Season 26, but the star performers have already been tasked with learning two dances this week, one of those being a team dance.
Ten accomplished athletes from the world of sport are teamed up with professional dancers in order to compete on the ballroom dance floor for a chance to win the Mirrorball trophy.
Coming from such background involving strenuous exercise, Joy is now embracing a bit lighter side of physical activity by adding ballroom dancing to her workout regimen as a way to stay fit, relieve stress and simply have fun.
On and off the dance floor, Tracy has learned to balance successfully running her own dance studio, The Dance Academy of Bartlett, along with dancing for fun and enjoyment as a ballroom dancer at Ultimate Ballroom.
Lizzie McLean, a former athlete, has been a dance student at Ultimate Ballroom since October 2015. She participates in dance performance showcases and frequently attends social dance parties at the studio.
Part of the thrill of getting to participate in the dance performance showcase events at Ultimate Ballroom dance studio is having an excuse to dress up in a dance costume.