Dance 360 (2004– )

TV Series   |  Music, Reality-TV


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Dance 360 is a dance competition show. Dancers skilled in everything from ballroom and ballet to salsa, jive, hip-hop and krumping, all compete to be named the best. Hosts Fredro Starr and ... See full synopsis »

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31 August 2004 | revolutioner
Just call it "DUNCE 360"
Can't decide what would be more painful; having bamboo driven under my fingernails or being forced to watch another episode of this excrement. This is undoubtedly, one of the most annoying television programs of all time. First off, be forewarned that there is no English spoken during the program. The hosts, DJ, and dancers speak a language that appears to be a cross between hip-hop and Ebonics. Let's call it hip-hopics. Secondly, the "music", is so awful that you might want to have any firearms or cutlery stored safely away, because ending one's life might be preferable to watching this show.

I WILL say that the program is capably directed and the dancers are quite good, if you like that sort of thing. The problem is that as soon as the hosts open their mouths, one gets physically ill witnessing them butcher the English language, and as soon as these clowns are done spouting ignorance, the worst music that has ever been "composed" is cranked up again! You're screwed either way with this garbage. The only break for the weary is the commercials.

Friends, I hope God isn't reading this, because if I don't get into heaven, my true vision of hell is watching a continuous loop of "DUNCE 360".

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