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Dance USA Dance Wants to Know if You Have the Moves
5678 Media Group and ZEE TV to Kick Off Season 2 of Popular Dance Competition
(By a staff reporter) New York – 5678 Media Group and ZEE TV are asking talented dance teams to show off their moves and audition for the second season of Dance USA Dance (DUD), the latest dance competition sweeping the globe. Riding on the success of its pilot season in 2016, Dance USA Dance is taking the global platform to new heights in 2018. With 15 new tour cities, including New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Toronto and Dubai, talented dance teams from around the world will compete for the grand prize while promoting a charitable cause.
Also, new in season 2, a partnership with Bollyshake, an internet dance community platform that brings dancers from across the globe together to share their talent and interests in various dance styles “Dance USA Dance was created to bring dance lovers from around the world to one big stage and in 2018 we’re excited to kick off season 2,” said Ashwanni Kumar, executive producer at Dance USA Dance. “Our vision is to tackle challenging issues by bringing people from around the world to one platform. Where there is dance, there are no differences.”
For season 2, DANCE USA DANCE will enlist the help of four celebrities in the dance and entertainment space: Sarish Khan, the official host of season 2, was Miss Pakistan USA 2015 and is known for her work as an actor, activist and attorney. Nakul Dev Mahajan, season 2 finale judge, is an American Bollywood choreographer who is best known for his Bollywood choreography on the hit show So You Think You Can Dance.
He opened the first Bollywood dance school in India and choreographed the famous Bollywood performance on the hit Netflix show, Fuller House. Lauren Gottlieb, season 2 finale judge, is an American dancer and actress from Scottsdale, Arizona. She was a contestant on the third season of So You Think You Can Dance and played the lead role in the 2013 Indian dance film ABCD: Any Body Can Dance. ? Matt Steffanina, official brand ambassador for Dance USA Dance, is a choreographer, producer and entrepreneur most known for his work with Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Jason Derulo and Snoop Dogg.
Steffanina has also been seen on So You Think You Can Dance, hit dance movie, Step Up, The Ellen Show, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and much more. Auditions for season 2 are now open. For more information about Dance USA Dance and auditions, visit danceusadance.us and check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. The 5678 Media Group is a full-service entertainment agency connecting brand to youth culture.
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