Just Dance - Justin Bieber Rockefeller Tree Lighting 2011, Beyonce Dance for You, Glee, Smurfs

Uploaded by DanceOn on 01.12.2011


SHEENA DIMATTEO: Black Eyed Peas get the Wii and Xbox
experience, Justin Bieber rings in the holidays, and
Beyonce dances for you.
This is Just Dance for December 1, 2011.
Hey guys.
It's me, Sheena.
I hope you had an awesome Thanksgiving.
December is here.
The holidays are in full force here in New York City, and
there's a lot of dancing coming your way.
Beyonce just refuses to stay out of the spotlight, and I
have no problem with that.
She just recently released her Live at Roseland Ballroom DVD,
and now she's coming at you with her brand new video,
"Dance for You." Beyonce's bringing you a noir style
video, which is completely black and white.
She shows up to a dark room, where there's a man sporting a
fedora and gives him a private dance, later joined by a team
of backup dancers with some great choreography from Sheryl
Marukami and Rhapsody.
This is another great video, Beyonce.
NBC just celebrated the lighting of the world's most
famous Christmas tree, live from Rockefeller Center, here
in New York City last night.
They brought in a Norway spruce that is 74 feet tall,
46 feet in diameter, and it weighs 10 tons.
Some performances that rocked the holiday extravaganza were
Justin Bieber, Big Time Rush, Smash's Katharine McPhee
Cee-Lo Green, and the Radio City Rockettes.
It definitely got me in the Christmas spirit, and I can't
wait to go walk past that tree all season long.
Here's something else you might want to add to your
holiday wish list.
The Black Eyed Peas have teamed up with Ubisoft to
create an all-new dance game for Wii and Xbox Kinect.
BEP The Experience allows up to four players to play at a
time, and you can jam out to all your favorite hits from
this Grammy Award-winning group.
"My Humps," "Boom Boom Pow," and "Let's Get it Started" are
just some of the tracks you can learn choreography to.
Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis have been all over the
news lately, ever since they attended Marine Corps balls
with members of the military who asked them out on dates
over YouTube.
Back in June, Sergeant Scott Moore went for it and asked
Mila on a date, which she attended, and then JT got
snagged up by Corporal Kelsey De Santis.
This is all back when the hot stars were grazing the big
screen in Friends with Benefits, which is now coming
out tomorrow on Blu-ray and DVD.
My personal favorite scene in the movie is the flash mob
that takes place in Times Square.
And if you get your hands on this DVD, there's a special
bonus feature that takes you behind the scenes of
choreographing a flash mob.
Which I'm still a little bitter that I wasn't in Times
Square that day, but hey, maybe I'll send a YouTube
message to JT and Mila, and they'll be in a
flash mob with me.
The story of America's sexiest outlaws, Bonnie and Clyde, is
being told on Broadway at the Schoenfeld Theater in Frank
Wildhorn's new musical, Bonnie and Clyde.
The shows stars You're the One That I Want winner Laura Osnes
and also Jeremy Jordan, who you might remember as Jack
Kelly from Disney's Newsies at Papermill Playhouse.
Newsies director Jeff Calhoun brings his unique vision and
choreography to the show.
I got to sit down with Laura and Jeremy to talk to them
about their journey working on this fresh new production.
JEREMY JORDAN: It's a very exciting show.
You get to see guns fired on stage, amazing blood effects
that are used.
It's rare to see that on the stage.
JEREMY JORDAN: I've accidentally shot a gun off
right here, and I couldn't hear for three hours.
They're intense.
They're not something that you can play with.
So it's very intimidating, but it's also very empowering.
LAURA OSNES: From Bonnie Parker--
JEREMY JORDAN: And Clyde Barrow--
LAURA AND JEREMY: Come see Bonnie and Clyde on Broadway.

SHEENA DIMATTEO: How many of you missed your Glee fix last
week when they were on Thanksgiving break?
They came back with a bang with "Kissed a Girl." Santana
finally came out to her parents.
The race for class president got really intense.
And as always, there was tons of
awesome singing and dancing.
Next week, we've got some more excitement on the show.
Chord Overstreet is joining the cast again as Sam Evans.
Also, Lindsay Pearce, the Glee Project
winner, returns as Harmony.
Finally, I hear there's going to be some more awesome music,
including a mashup of Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" and
"Survivor" from Destiny's Child.
My favorite little blue buddies, The Smurfs, are
coming out on DVD.
The 3D Blu-ray and DVD drops tomorrow and includes deleted
scenes, three featurettes, and a bonus adventure game you
could play.
So if you missed them out this summer, get your
hands on that DVD.
And click here for an interview with Keith Young on
how it is choreographing for the Smurfs.
SHEENA DIMATTEO: All right, guys.
That's all the news I have for you today.
That Rockefeller tree lighting definitely got me in the
holiday spirit.
So stick with us all throughout December.
We'll be bringing you the hottest dancing as always.
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Put up your Christmas lights.