What If “Happy” Were Recorded In the 70s?

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THIS is what if. Taking into account we've seen the footage used for "Get Lucky" already at normal speed but it's still a lot of fun – that is, if you aren't sick of it yet. Not me. I'm happy. ... See the Rest

Friday Morning Dance Break: Get Off, Foxy!

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The phrase that something "is EVERYTHING", is beginning to get over-used but let me say, and I don't say this often, this Soul Train dance line compilation is EVERYTHING – and more; fierce fashion, killer dance moves, a GREAT song revisited and at 2:22, there's even a fight! Go on, GET OFF, Foxy. ... See the Rest

Werk Mama: Absolutely Hysterical Soul Train Commentary

(via The Gayest Blog of All Time) ... See the Rest

Celerity Roundup 11/10/13

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1. Every inch the superstar, Clooney arrives for the AFI FEST at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. 2. Witchcraft. Gladys Knight attends the BET Soul Train Awards at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas looking EXACTLY THE SAME AS SHE DID WHEN I WAS A CHILD, 40 YEARS AGO. I know that black don't crack but THIS IS SOME MARIE LAVEAU SHIT UP IN HERE. How, ... See the Rest

Daytime Disco Dance Break

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@RuPaul tweeted: "Best Moments @WorldOfWonder Xmas Party: Tippi Hedren encouraging me to open a daytime disco" You can follow World of Wonder on Twitter here. ... See the Rest

Tune for Today: Sherman Hemsley’s “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head”

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Sherman Hemsley, the actor who portrayed the iconic and groundbreaking TV character, dry-cleaner George Jefferson, for over 12 years, first on All in the Family (1973-75), and later on its spinoff, The Jeffersons (1975-1985), died of natural causes yesterday at home in El Paso, Texas. In 1990, wearing a snappy suit and making some funky moves, he ... See the Rest

Wake Up and Get Down!

The gang at the '70s TV dance party Soul Train, hosted by the legendary Don Cornelius, line dance to Curtis Mayfield's "Get Down." It's a shame this clip can't go on forever.  ... See the Rest