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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EastEnders actress Jill Halfpenny, the hot favourite to win with partner Ian Waite, scored the show's first perfect ten for their paso doble.
Other dance off candidates are Mollie King with just 22 out of 40 for her paso doble and Jonnie Peacock who scraped 21 for a foxtrot Craig called "dull, dull, dull.
Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas (#TeamSTARK): After scoring perfection with their futuristic Sci-Fi Argentine Tango, Lindsey and Mark will try to repeat their success with a Paso Doble to Stirling's own song, "Roundtable Revival.
The head judge labelled the Holby City actor's paso doble "outstanding" during an appearance on BBC Breakfast yesterday.
The former Communards singer was eliminated from the BBC dance contest at the weekend after he and partner Diane Buswell brought their Flash Gordoninspired Paso Doble back to the stage in a dance-off against Simon Rimmer and Karen Clifton.
Rev His eviction came on last night's result show, when he and partner Diane Buswell brought their Flash Gordon-inspired Paso Doble back the stage in a dance-off against Simon Rimmer and Karen Clifton.
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.
Routines included waltz, jive, tango, paso doble, gavotte, cha cha cha, rumba and for the first time, street dance.
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.