ROYAL FAMILY | Hit The Floor Gatineau

Lately I’ve been intrigued by the mass choreography of mega crews.

Parris Goebel (born 29 October 1991), also known professionally as Parri$, is a New Zealand-born choreographer, dancer, singer, director and actress. Her dance crew The Royal Family has won the World Hip Hop Dance Championship three times.

Parris choreographed “Sorry” for Justin Bieber.

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World of Dance – season 3 finale

Tonight Sunday at 8/7c on NBC.

Jennifer LopezNe-Yo, and Derek Hough returned as the judges for their third consecutive season. Access Live co-host, Scott Evans replaced original presenter Jenna Dewanas the host for the third season. …

In the Season 3 finale the top act in each division and a wild card (five acts total) take the stage for the last time. The top overall scoring act will be crowned the “World of Dance” Season 3 champion and win the grand prize of $1 million.

Derek will perform, as well, alongside Michael Dameski, Charity & Andres.

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why we love Katelyn Ohashi

Gutsy move for the gymnast ranked #1 on Floor. A new routine.

She’s dropped Michael Jackson music and choreography.

espnW: Did the outcry towards Michael Jackson after the release of “Leaving Neverland” factor into your decision?

Ohashi: Honestly, in the back of my mind it did, because of the platform that I have. The goal of my routine is pure joy, and after the documentary, not everyone was feeling that way, and you can never discredit someone’s feelings. So yes, it was in the back of my mind because my main goal is to find as much joy as possible in this routine. …

espnW: I know you added Beyonce in here as well — was it intentional to feature all female artists?

Ohashi: It was indeed deliberate. …

espnW: What do you hope fans take away, or remember, from this routine? And from your amazing collegiate career?

Ohashi: I hope they can remember how I speak openly about a lot of the issues that are close to my heart. I think I have a passionate heart about women’s empowerment, and I am very compassionate towards people who have spoken out. And I hope that by changing my routine, I can be remembered for being more than a gymnast. It’s about understanding issues and having a bigger platform than just the sport.

espnW.com – How UCLA’s Katelyn Ohashi’s spectacular routine came to be

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