Strobe lights flash across a near-empty dance floor, as a DJ live-streams thumping electronic music from a Singapore nightclub to revellers confined to their homes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Australian batsman, who this week only joined TikTok, shared a video where he is seen moving his body with her daughter -- who is wearing an Indian dress -- on 'Sheila Ki Jawani'.
Dancers from the Moulin Rouge in Paris, used to strutting their stuff before large, enthusiastic audiences, now have just the mirror, or sometimes a cat to perform for, as they combat lockdown stagnation with a strict exercise regime at home. Alone.
Ballet isn’t just a passion. It could be a way out of poverty. Ochieng discovered the dance two years ago when teachers from the non-profit artists for Africa visited his school and showed his class a few moves.
"Tell Dr Arup I'm gonna learn his steps and dance as good as him someday in Assam. Terrific spirit."
The legendary Berlin institution with a 106-year history has even seen the Macarena and, more recently, was used as a set for a Quentin Tarantino film. Now Claerchens Ballhaus is facing an uncertain future.
The filmmaker underwent surgery at the Kokilaben Hospital and "is doing fine", confirmed a family friend.
The 32-year-old shared the video showing her dancing to Elvis Crespo's Besos de Coral with her brother Ricki.
As a blackout plunged her desert-dwelling into darkness, Suwa Devi, a dancer belonging to India's Kalbeliya gypsy community, asked her neighbour to turn on his jeep's headlights so she could continue teaching her Zoom class, outside.