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Ever found yourself riveted to a dance film where the hero or heroine undergoes a dramatic transformation from "two left feet" to elegant ballroom dancer? Or wonder what it would take to transform your husband, boyfriend, brother or self into a dancer of that caliber?
Of course you have. And that's why Ballroom Bootcamp is a television program you just can't miss. Ballroom Bootcamp is the series where three "Average Joes or Janes" from all walks of life undertake a rigorous five-week training program.
Top ballroom dance professionals Susannah Cuesta, Gocha Chertkoev and Christian Perry will attempt to give the participants the physical, mental and social tools necessary for success, and stop at nothing to transform the participants from ordinary to extraordinary.
The Ballroom Bootcamp participants will learn one of five dance styles — the cha cha, waltz, tango, jive or rhumba — and then face off against one another in an authentic, professionally adjudicated competition.
It's the ultimate fish-out-of-water story. Think plumbers, couch potatoes, football players, moms and more unusual suspects. It's a chance to test regular people in a way they've NEVER been tested before.
And it's a chance to explore the colorful and captivating world of ballroom dancing and the people who inhabit it.
Ballroom Bootcamp is not your grandmother's ballroom dancing show. The stories are fast-paced, and the training is intense. From start to finish, our professionals have free rein to do WHATEVER they think it will take to make a dancer out of their contestant, and do it WHENEVER they see fit.
That means showing up at the office and dragging their student to the conference room to go over lessons. It means showing up at their doorstep at 5 a.m. to go run the stairs at Santa Monica High School.
They will have total control over more than just the dancing — all matters relating to style, poise, confidence and appearance are in the hands of our carefully chosen experts.
And it won't always be pretty. With a scant five weeks to train, there's little margin for error. And since these would-be dancers aren't giving up their jobs, relationships, and regular responsibilities, there are going to be times when the going gets tough.
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