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(Photo from RENEGADE LINEDANCERS website.)

We watched  RENEGADE LINEDANCERS  do a display at at the Great British Car Show in GIN GIN, earlier this year.

So following on from my  Red Hat Society  post,  I did a little search and found it’s no longer called BOOT SCOOTIN’.

Now called (no pun intended)  LINE DANCING  I was very pleasantly surprised to find it’s still really popular with many groups,  both North and South of the Swan River!

My local group is called “Dancin’ Fillies” and I had to smile – can’t see me ever taking part even though it’s just ’round the corner…

Also listed are  Apache Rebels,  Lonestar Dance in Beechboro,  and True Blue Bootscooters in Wangara.

NULINE have come up with a line dance to “LET IT GO!” which is bound to be really popular.

I know my Frozen Obsessed little grand-daughter will LOVE dancing it – the young lad dancing his heart out in the front row certainly does!

I loved the Bootscootin’ version of FOOTLOOSE and the WEDDING DANCE...

BASIC INSTRUCTIONS  for you to do in the privacy of your own home, although ‘Adria’ is a little scary – Ha Ha!

More instructions, this time for the TUSH PUSH with a reminder that dancing is good for your health!

COPPER HEAD ROAD, the best WILD COUNTRY dance and a fun version of COTTON EYE  JOE  (I had to watch a few times because this girl with such a beautiful unexpected accent).

So, if you managed to get all the way through that lot, here’s your REWARD: PURE EYE CANDY.  


#FrancesMacaulayForde  #BootScootin  #LineDancingWA  #LineDancin  #Footloose  #LetItGo  #Frozen  #NULINE  #ApacheRebels  #TrueBlueBootscooters  #LonestarDance  #WeddingDance  #BasicInstructions  #CopperHeadRoad  #TushPush  #WildCountry  #CottonEyeJoe  #CowboysDancing

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Just watched most of the Oscars.  All the way through I expected Sandra Bulloch to win best Actress for ‘Gravity’ because of the many cut-aways and the film won so many other awards and I’m sure she was good.  (I can’t comment on films I haven’t seen so will stick to those I have.)

The camera didn’t cut-away to Cate Blanchette once while I watched, so I thought she had decided not to go – what with all the controversy over ‘Blue Jasmin”s director.  (No, I just can’t bring myself to say his name…)   I presumed she wasn’t there – like Judi Dench and was disappointed.

So glad ‘Frozen’ won best Animated and best song.  So many layers to that film, most unfortunately will be lost on it’s young audience.  (My 4 year old granddaughter loved it – so did I! )

And a huge shout-out to Catherine Martin who became the 1st Aussie to win 4 Oscars for her amazing set design and costumes in ‘The Great Gatsby’ this year and a few years ago for ‘Moulin Rouge!’  

You can usually tell who the academy favorites are by how many times they ‘show’ in cut-away, the ‘star’ in the audience – case in point Best Picture:  ’12 years a slave’ (which I didn’t agree with).   Sure it was a good movie but ‘Captain Phillips’ was better all ’round and should have at the very least won Adapted Screenplay, so was ‘Philomena’ (both mentioned in my top 1o), – Hell! even ‘The Railway Man’ was better.

But I have to say the fashions were beautiful – as expected (expect for Ellen).

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