Jonny Khan (9 Years) - 04/01/2006
Great,fun dance with great music, wish I could rate it 10+
Rainy Dae - 02/03/2004
We have been doing this dance for over 9 months now, and it is still a favorite and requested every week. Besides.... who wouldn't "WANNA BE ME"? Great dance .... Great tune
Karen D - 22/02/2004
fantasic dance to a wonderful track of country music,my classes love it. if only there were more out there like this one well done*
John Libby - 17/11/2003
My classes love this one although they found it tricky at first. We have also added the "penquin" with some vocal effects as well.
karen - 14/10/2003
heard the music first and i just wanted to dance to it,fabulous music!!! then found ed's dance it fits perfectly, well done ed' and my class loves it. 10 boots for this one
Maureen & Michelle - 15/08/2003
Fantastic music and a dance that everyone can enjoy. Very popular in our classes - requested every week. Nothing too tricky in the dance but with enough 'punch' to it to keep it interesting. Don't miss it.
andrew carberry - 11/08/2003
great dance! the penguin!!!
Becky - 24/07/2003
I love this dance, it is so much fun. My class have added a "penguin" walk and a "squat" walk (put their hands on their knees) during the 3/4 box turn Loadsa fun!
kim woodford - 24/07/2003
This has got to be my favourite dance at the moment! I love the music too. The dancefloor is always full when this one is played.
Diane Lee - 09/07/2003
Must admit I got all in a tangle to start with, but after a few goes - OMG I love it!! Way to go Ed!
Richard - 05/07/2003
This is one of my favorite dances right now. The music is great and the choreography is novel and fits the music well. This is a great dance!
Sharon - 25/06/2003
I absolutely loved this track the moment I heard it. The dance is nice to do and not hard at all to learn. It's what our intermediate dancers clamour for! A dance with no tags, no re-starts, and 32 easy counts - country, but not dreary ... PERFECT! And YET... we taught it weeks ago, and they didn't seem enthusiastic about it at all. In fact, every time we announced "Wanna Be Me", they looked at us as if they've never heard of it!!! Playing it regularly has paid off though and now I think it's finally growing on them... took it's time!!! I'd give it more than 5 boots if I could.
Lesley Michel -Thin Blue Liners - Bushey - 11/06/2003
Taught this dance to our club a few weeks ago and its a big hit with all of them!! Great steps- great music. We nicknamed it the 'Wet Knicker' dance, due to the way you move when doing the 1/4 turns!! Well done!!
KT's - 31/05/2003
Taught this dance very soon after the Awards, loved it then & still love it now. Well done Ed.
Zandra aka Zandy - 31/05/2003
LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!!!!!
pim humphrey - 29/05/2003
what a super dance, and great music,I really enjoyed teaching this and my classes love it
Steve Rutter - 24/05/2003
Just Learnt this dance a few minutes ago. First Impressions are a Brilliant little dance which everyone can enjoy to a great country track. I will teach this one next class now, and with no tags, restarts E.T.C I'm sure my classes will love it, well done Ed (The Urban Cowboy)!
LIN - 10/03/2003
Wish there were more dances around like this one.This is what i call a dance for everyone,easy enough steps to great country music.Brilliant!
karen and nita - 07/03/2003
i loved this dance it just felt so right am so very disappointed that my classes do not agree. great country track, with a dance that fits so well without tags or re starts. only complaint the track is a bit long for a 32 count dance but you can always fade out the music.
David of Lincoln Lone Stars - 04/03/2003
I've always liked Ed's dances and this one might appear a little bit tricky when first learning it but after a few attempts, you realise its quite straighforward. Music from the Keith Urban CD which also contains Somebody like You - the track I find is a bit too long at just over 4 minutes for a 32 count dance and I think I'll be fading it out after 3 minutes to prevent anyone getting bored. Keep em coming Ed.