Mal - 18/07/2001
My Mum's been raving about this dance, and she's almost a pensioner, so I thought it must be a real beginner dance. Then I saw her dance it with some friends. What are pensioners doing these days!! It's fantastic, and I can't wait for Mum to teach me. (Never thought I'd say THAT!!!) Well done Sharon.
I. Tradewell - 18/07/2001
Great dance, goes to masses of tracks, all our club love it. Greatto the deans and Elvis hits too
heel clicker - 17/07/2001
This is an unusual dance in the fact that it uses 4 corners instead of the walls. Once you have mastered this fact when making the final turn, it is a pleasant and jolly dance to do. a refreshing change.
Viv Brown - 17/07/2001
Easish dance all levels can enjoy, tried it to various music and it fits well all classes enjoyed it.
Keith Sheffield City Liners - 17/07/2001
Jessico nice music and a good dance fits well with the music once you
get your forward and back coaster steps sorted.
Clive Gazzard - 17/07/2001
Great dance. Love the music. What a must!!!!!
Julian Gubbins - 17/07/2001
The whole class loved this dance. It has been a floor filler for us.
A real treat for the feet.
LIN - 17/07/2001
Nice easy fun dance to a good bouncy track of music.
The sort of dance that will fit to many different tracks.
Ideal for beginner/improver levels,but all levels at my classes loved this one.Well done!
George Crutchlow - 17/07/2001
This dance is great. It is still one of the most popular floor fillers at the clubs my wife and me attend.
george & Ann - 17/07/2001
Another great dance from Maggie. Just tricky and different enough to make it interesting. Will be even more popular now it has been published in THE magazine.
Val Saunders - 16/07/2001
Love the music! Love the dance!
Linda - 16/07/2001
Waltzes often seem unpopular but Karen has interpreted this song so well that it must be an instant classic. Fluid moves and a joy to do it.
carol - 16/07/2001
I like this dance, goes well to both types of music, can you see if you can do a dance to their new single Thanks
Derek from England - 16/07/2001
Whenever my wife learns a dance that she really likes, she spends ages practising in the kitchen. When I saw her version of "You Can't Handle Me", I thought wow! what a dance. Even an old crumbly like me found that I was tapping my feet, and wishing I could choreograph something like that! This is a brilliant dance, with brilliant music. I look forward to watching rehearsals of your other dances. Well done Sharon.
Laura - 16/07/2001
This is a really fun dance to do, better for the intermediate dancers i think though as it has quite a few turns. But non the less, a great dance. WEll done Maggie!