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Sunlight seeps through holes in the roof, illuminating the graffiti-covered walls of an abandoned building where kids created a makeshift dance studio in Rio de Janeiro's Borel shantytown. Beads of sweat form on the young dancers' foreheads, then
The Flashback Friday Jam is "Every Little Step" by Bobby Brown...The hits that Bobby Brown was putting out at the time, there was discussion of who was the better dancer, Bobby or Michael Jackson...When you talk about New Jack Swing, you have to
Soundtrack for a Revolution and Every Little Step Published: 2011-05-09 A Survey of Outstanding Recent Work in the Documentary Field Part Two: March 23 to June 1, 2011 The 29th annual Contemporary Documentaries series is a showcase for feature-length
I did see a lot of other moments, some riveting, others simply disgusting. Tailing along while Tyson tried to break arms, bite ears and knock guys silly wasn't always for the faint of heart, even if you stayed well away from the ring...He was even
Ok, last week, we posted Every Little Step by Bobby Brown as our Old School Jam Of The Moment and had NO idea that Wayne Brady did a version with Mike Tyson and Bobby Brown recently for FunnyOrDie.com Well, you know we had to share it with you!
The guys at "Funny or Die" home video have done it again A remake of the Bobby Brown classic "Every Little Step" with Mike Tyson and Wayne Brady must be seen to be believed. This is a must watch. Have funny watching the
Michael Marley of the Boxing Examiner describe him as "The funniest dancer on the planet", as Mike Tyson remade Bobby Brown's 1980s "Every Little Step I Take" with Wayne Brady and Bobby Brown. Marley then describes Tyson as one who "
You probably remember Bobby Brown's video for the 1989 classic "Every Little Step" with its recognizable giant word statues, awesome dancing, and stylish black and red get-ups. But now, thanks to Youtube, you can remember it in a slightly
Early in the auditions for a revival of "A Chorus Line," a woman tells a group of hopefuls: "You've been cut...To be fair, the rejections are usually warmly and politely delivered, and when 3,000 people are trying out for 19 principal roles, there
I really need this job," sings the motley crew of auditioning dancers in the Broadway musical "A Chorus Line." "Please God, I need this job." That's the underlying sentiment of "Every Little Step," a riveting documentary from James D. Stern and Adam