The competition is edging near but for these four dancers it’s all about working hard and playing hard.
Scott Mackay of 95.9 The River and Kelly Lakomy – of Arthur Murray Dance Studio plan on keeping the judges guessing by mixing different dance styles in their routine.
“We are staring with a little disco then adding some cha-cha and then we have a surprise ending that we will not reveal,” said Lakomy.
“It is not going to be a happy ending for two people, Danielle” added Mackay.
They aren’t the only ones adding a variety to their performance, the Jaycee’s 2015 Distinguished Young Professional, Matt Chicola and his partner Taylor Lovestead of Celebrity Dance Studio are also spicing things up.
“We are doing a swing, so a little bit of an upbeat dance but we are mixing it with rumba, which slows things down, and it’s a good mix of both,” said Lovestead.
“That’s where that challenge comes in,” said Chicola.
As are Councilman Krummen and his partner, Susan Cole who are mashing up a quick step with the Charleston.
“My dance skills are insane. They are not, but I work hard,”
“He does work very hard and we are out there to show everyone what a fun guy he is,”
Tina DeGustino of BMO Harris and her partner and keeping things upbeat with a cha – cha sure to get the crowd on their feet.
“I am so excited,” said Tina DeGustino.
“It’s a really fun live routine, and we just can’t wait to show everyone,” added her partner, Nick Garvey.
Though the routines are challenging for this group of first time dancers, they are excited to show off their routines September 16th at Mason Sabika.
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