Thanks to Disney Studios, I was able to experience a private dance lesson with Dancing With The Stars Pros during my trip to LA for Disney’s The Nutcracker and The Four Realms movie premiere. Before our dance lesson, we interviewed DWTS Pros Brandon Armstrong, Alan Bersten and Gleb Savchenko.
The dance we learned was to the song “Fall On Me” by Andrea Bocelli which you can find on the Disney’s The Nutcracker And The Four Realms soundtrack. It is a beautiful song and it was an honor to be surrounded by amazing dancers showing us some simple steps to go with the music.
The large group of entertainment writers that attended the event broke up into smaller groups to learn privately with a DWTS Pro. We were partnered with Alan Bersten and he was the kindest dance instructor. He was so patient with us and very uplifting. It was such a fun and positive experience. Taking a dance lesson with Dancing With The Stars Pros was an opportunity I will always remember.
Now, remember, we are not the professionals so be kind. We documented our dance lesson and the final result in the video below. Thanks to Jana from Whiskey + Sunshine for capturing this memory. I have spent time laughing at myself since.
Learn to Dance with Dancing With The Stars Pros
The Pro Dance LA – dance studio owned by DWTS Pro Gleb Savchenko and his wife was beautiful inside and out. Michelle and I captured this photo right outside the door after our fun dance lesson. I love working with friends!
Bring Home Disney’s The Nutcracker January 29th
Read my Disney’s The Nutcracker family-friendly movie review to see why you should bring home a little Disney magic next week. The holidays may be over but this is one film you can enjoy again. The film is visually stunning and filled with enough action your kids will enjoy it on Friday’s family movie night.
To celebrate the release of Disney’s The Nutcracker on digital HD and Blu-ray January 29th, teach your kids the short dance we learned by using our video above. If your kids try it – tag me on Instagram Stories to see!
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