¡Viva Enrique y Daniel!

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    Wowlebrity Enrique Sapene, one of the stars of ¡Viva Hollywood! The Search for America's Numero Uno Telenovela Star (The campy precurser to RuPaul's Drag Race) got engaged in a big way on Sunday. His longtime boyfriend, Daniel Garcia, surprised him with a flash mob at the trendy Melrose Place Farmer's Market. Congratulations ... See the Rest

The PasTels Dance Crew Lights Up a Flash Performance

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Seems flash-mobbing is still happening. ... See the Rest

Best Flash Mob Ever

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The New Flash Mob?

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To promote its debut in Belgium, the TNT channel choreographed this chaotic stunt in a typical Flemish town square. ... See the Rest

Ed Magana’s Friday Vid Bits

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Everybody Dance Now

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This little girl has some pretty infectious moves. ... See the Rest

Flash Mob Caught in a Bad Hotel

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To draw attention to workers at the Westin St Francis Hotel in San Francisco who are trying to get a fair contract and health care, the activist groups San Francisco Pride at Work, One Struggle One Fight, and the Brass Liberation Orchestra flash-mobbed a version of Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" in the hotel's lobby – with a band, original lyrics, and ... See the Rest

Are We Tired of Flash-Mob Dancing Yet?

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Here we go again. It's the students and some of the staff at The Ohio State University breaking into "spontaneous" dance in the Union to the tune of the Glee cast singing "Don't Stop Believing." What's surprising is that these students have more synchronistic precision than the TV cast, after what we assume was far less rehearsal time.  ... See the Rest