Watch: “Legendary” Voguing/Ballroom Series Premiere (Full Episode) HBO Max
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It’s time to make that KITTY KAT KLAP!!! Finally, the Ballroom scene is getting a well-deserved, HUGE platform on HBO’s new streaming service HBO Max, with new reality competition series Legendary. Pulling directly from the underground ballroom community, voguing teams (aka “houses”) must compete in unbelievable balls and showcase sickening fashion in order to achieve legendary status…and $100,000!!! The […]

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Watch: Bright Light Bright Light feat. Elton John “Symmetry Of Two Hearts”

Submitted by on Friday, 29 July 2016No Comment

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Infectious pop musician Bright Light Bright Light (aka Rod Thomas) has just put out another single Symmetry Of Two Hearts from his current album Choreography. This is the second song from the London-based singer done in collaboration with the legendary Elton John (check out All In The Name HERE), a fun summer jam about being in love and still feeling like you’re together, even when you’re apart. Once again the video, directed by Thomas and Santiago Felipe, was choreographed by award-winning movement director Steven Hoggett (The Crucible, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, How To Train Your Dragon 2). Choreography and Symmetry Of Two Hearts are available now on iTunes.

 

Rod Thomas:

“The song was written during the polar vortex in New York. It was so cold in my apartment. I wanted to feel warm and summery again. So, I tried to write the most summer-sounding song I could. I rewatched some of my favorite movies and dance sequences for inspiration, and this track is inspired by Kim Cattrall’s dance sequence in Mannequin, which I think is one of the most joyful four or so minutes in 80s cinema.”

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