paso doble


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paso doble

1. a modern ballroom dance in fast duple time
2. a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance
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Stacey's final dance saw her take on the paso doble to Malaguena by Brian Setzer, sparking the loudest cheers of the night.
From a Doctor Who themed Tango to a powerfully emotional Paso Doble - the former waitress has been dogged conspiracy theories about overmarking from the judges but she is still one of the to favourites to win.
Danny wasn't quite The Greatest Showman in this paso doble but he wasn't half bad.
Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold (#TeamFishUponAStar): Jordan and Lindsay will try to reclaim the top spot again with a Paso Doble to "Animals" by Martin Garrix.
She added: "From a Latin American background watching the control that this man had in his paso doble, his shapes, just even the way he placed his fingers, not making a mistake.
on August 7, she'll show a set of Spanish Paso doble dances and songs and classical Latin songs of the 40s and 50s.
The pair ended up in fifth place on 34 points on Saturday night after they performed a paso doble to At The End Of The Day from Les Miserables.
ELEGANT MOTION OF a toreador and his cape--the signature movement on which the traditional Spanish paso doble dance is based--inspired Stefano Giovannoni's dramatic but practical Paso Doble seating family made by Magis.
Her pro partner Artem Chigvintsev won the series with Kara Tointon last year and while they are tackling the paso doble which should suit her stature, the best mark for a paso in the series is just 31 - the lowest of all the main disciplines.