G&M: Do I think I can dance? No way. I’m a middle-aged white guy that grew up in Calgary. That’s a place where the population’s inability to move with any fluidity resulted in group movement along a line being classified as dancing. It’s where we spent our teenaged years slamming into each other in a mosh pit because the music was really intense and we didn’t know what else to do with our teeming hormonal energy.
I’ve marvelled at the beautiful movement of dancers, and how effortlessly they express themselves. But I’ve never believed I could do what they do.
Dance Central has changed that.