Puttin’ On The Ritz

Fred Astaire in Blue Skies

As you travel your life’s journey to be the very best you can be (likely far greater than you are aware), be sure to present yourself in an impressive manner . . . along the lines of the opening routine to the live shows of “So You Think You Can Dance“, featuring the “top 20” dancers and brilliantly choreographed by Napoleon & Tabitha D’umo (a/k/a “NappyTabs”).  To do so, you will need Careful Planning, which this choreography certainly required, along with a high Standard of Excellence, also apparent in this video.

This performance was set to an updated version of the song “Puttin’ On The Ritz“, by Herb Alpert, featuring Lani Hall.  The iconic song was written by Irving Berlin and originally danced to by Fred Astaire in the 1936 film Blue Skies.

About Spencer C. Young

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