There’s so much going on that it’s hard to talk about Can Can Dance for a day. After watching the first episode we were intrigued by how the young performers approached dancing compared to the others. One of the main reasons we came back in so early to see all 14 episodes was because we wanted to see how this dance was developing.
But we’re not done yet! After this week, we’re taking a very different approach to this season finale with a new episode every Sunday. That means we’ll be releasing a new Can Can Dance episode every 7 days for the duration of our season. The best part is, you can subscribe to the show using our free app so you’ll always stay up to date on all Can Can Dance episodes. If you decide to join us on social media, you can use the hashtag #LOVELOVELOVESCANCANDANCE and join in the discussion.
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