Awfully awesome dance moves


23 Responses to “Awfully awesome dance moves”

  1. NegativeK says:

    I don’t appreciate the fact that she’s stealing _all_ of my moves.

    Every single one.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Awesome. Reminds me of when I tried to dance to the Santana guitar solos – particularly Toussaint L’ouverture.

    But she’s so much better than I ever was. I am jealous, and I want to meet this girl.

  3. Shazbot says:

    While she doesn’t have a future in fine art performance, if I were a local DJ in her hometown, I would gladly pay for her to come and dance to my sets.

    • joeposts says:

      I don’t know, that might be hazardous. It looks like anyone within a 10 m radius of her would be severely injured. Of course that doesn’t change the fact that I’m in love with her.

  4. princessalex says:

    They left me hanging! Did she get three stars or not????

    • Andrea James says:

      @princessalex: Unconfirmed info in a blog post: “Happiness earned herself two gold stars that put her through, although Adam Garcia changed his red to gold when he learns that she took 34 years to choreograph her routine.”

  5. princessalex says:

    Damned straight, she dances from her heart. You dance, girl! :D

  6. fxq says:

    please make it stop

  7. Jeff Vader says:

    Ok, I’m going to be the dick here and say it – I didnt like it at all. I clicked in the hope that it would turn out to be another whatshername, with the old ugly woman with the amazing voice, or the opera dude before that.

    Unfortunately it was neither suprisingly elegant, nor particularly expressive – all she did was spazz out for 1.5 minutes. Yeah yeah, I get the scatman-theme, but if that was rehearsed at all it was crap, simple as that. Since it most likely wasnt, its basically the teenager that cant even *speak* without going all over the place turning up to the televised singing audition and “giving it all”.

    Because she is, in comparison, rather old and unfortunate looking, we are set up to root for her.

    I don’t, and I don’t appreciate being manipulated that way. Takes away from the truly moving wierdos.

  8. alisong76 says:

    Well, she did make me laugh, but would it kill them to make some decent TV every once in a while? You know, with a script and drama and everything?

  9. Baldhead says:

    I agree about the decent tv bit- a minute and a half of pure tedium before we get to the bit we actually want to see. If that’s the whole show- where no less than half of each show is unenetertaining drivel- why do people watch?

  10. Anonymous says:

    She got two stars, but then the third judge changed his mind and gave her her third star when he found out she had been perfecting that routine for 34 years.

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  12. bcsizemo says:

    If a system is given nothing but a steady supply of self-affirmation, it will never see an impetus to cure its ills.


  13. Jack says:

    I love her. TV is so sanitized nowadays even fictional stars on shows are too superhuman to be human. We need more real people on the TV.

    • imag says:

      Totally. She’s so much more enjoyable to watch than those plastic judges trying to figure out the appropriate expression to wear.

      Happiness is the most beautiful person I’ve seen on TV in awhile.

  14. Jack says:

    Hey, I want this guy to dance with “Happiness.”

  15. xian says:

    That’s exploitariffic.

  16. grikdog says:

    I don’t want to be within earshot when her achilles tendon asplodes.

  17. W. James Au says:

    She’s like Susan Boyle, only dancier and spazzier.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Wow, someone quoted Ishkur on here? I must be in the right company.

    She was awesome. That is what dancing’s about.

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