Clad in neon yellow, Kyle and partner Lacey tore up the dance floor with flips, bootie shakin’ and break dancing — they even threw in a few actual ballroom moves. What really impressed us, though, was how the energy never flagged. You could tell that Kyle left it all out there because afterward, he was sucking some major wind backstage. But that’s awesome, we love to see someone give it his all.
The judges were big fans as well. Carrie Ann says, “This old Fly Girl dug it. I dub you the Fresh Prince of ‘DWTS'” and Len Brits, “I’m not a great lover of the boogaloo dancing, but this was great fun, great entertainment and I thoroughly enjoyed it.”
We think “boogaloo dancing” should be the new term for hip hop all across the globe. Tom Bergeron got a kick out of that as well, cracking that Len’s “Goodman Ghetto Dancing” video is coming out this Christmas.
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