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This week on Love, Dance & the Hate Between Them

Published by EOTM Press Room on February 10th, 2011 - in Breaking News, Celebrity News, EOTM News, EOTM Radio

By: Teangelo Bell

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1. In celebration of Black History month Teangelo spot lights renowned choreographer Alvin Ailey.  An American choreographer and activist founded the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York in 1958. Ailey’s choreographic masterpiece Revelations is believed to be the best-known and most often seen modern dance performance. Ailey is credited with popularizing modern dance and revolutionizing African-American participation in 20th century concert dance.

2. The National Anthem at the Super Bowl is typically pre-recorded, but Christina Aguilera chose to sing it live for the Packers vs. Steelers game on Sunday night… and she probably shouldn’t have. Yes, Aguilera messed up the lyrics to “The Star-Spangled Banner.”  Oops.

3. With Valentine’s Day approaching, what is the perfect gift?  Heart-shaped candies, pretty cards and lots of xoxoxo…no wonder Valentine’s Day is our favorite holiday. Find gifts with Teangelo.

4.  Tanise Hill, Senior Designer of Restricted shoe wear, is this week’s issue of Jet magazine.

5.  Black Eye Peas – Half Time Show; a Super Bowl Celebration of a Super Bowl Burial?  Lets critique.

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