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Join the Revolution

May 21, 2012

Revolution is currently showing at the Theatre Royal in Haymarket. It is a new dance show featuring Kimberly Wyatt and Adam Garcia following on from their judge roles on Sky 1’s ‘Got to Dance’. I have seen Adam in Tapdogs and of course he was in one of my all time favourite films Coyote Ugly, who can forget the hottie that was ‘Kevin O’Donnell‘. I digress.

Revolution is a fusion of 20 of the UK’s finest commercial dance and choreographic talent which were hand-picked to appear in the show. This includes Tobias Mead (Britain’s Got Talent), Aaron Renfree (S Club Juniors, yes really!) and BB Kaye who you probably know from the well-known show Dirty Sexy Things- with some amazing moves he definitely shows he chose the right career path-dancing #ftw

The show kicks off with an intergalactic theme based around ‘The Queen’ Kimberly. Kimberly has some amazing dance sets where she really showcases her dancing skills. The costumes are also spectacular, feathers and sparkles and I was amazed at how the dancers can dance in such high heels. WOW!

The dancers are all smoking hot, sexy girls and sexy men with tops off – what more can you need?

Adam showcases his amazing tap dance skills with the help of some friends and some special lighting!

I wouldn’t want to spoil the show for you as there is still three performances left. It is showing each Sunday so make sure to try to get a ticket but the little kid steals the show for me. Super cute and an amazing little dancer! The music had me bopping in my seat, I just wanted to get up and dance aswell!

This song is from a particular scene that really stuck out for me, sexy ladies!

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Go and #jointherevolution and tell me what you think!

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    May 22, 2012 at 13:08

    Off we go to Pineapple now!

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