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All-Babes Cineleisure Dance (ABCD) Battle 2014

Calling all aspiring female dancers! 

If you have the passion to dance and want to showcase your dance moves to everyone, now is the chance for you to SHINE! The All-Babes Cineleisure Dance (ABCD) Battle is back again this year for the 4th year! 


Q: What is so unique about this contest? 

It is Singapore’s ONLY ALL-FEMALE dance battle of versatility!! (Talk about girl power) and thus it recognises and celebrate the hard work, passion, commitments of all female dancers! 


Incase if you missed out the action last year, you can check it out below:



Q: What are the prizes to be won this year? 




GROUP CATEGORY
  • Champions: 
    $7,900 Cash and A larger than life poster of their group within Cathay
    Cineleisure Orchard

  • 1st Runner-Up:
     $3,500 Cash

  • 2nd Runner-Up: 
    $2,000 Cash

    SOLO CATEGORY

  •   Champion: 
    $1,500 Cash + A larger than life poster within Cathay Cineleisure Orchard

  • 1st Runner Up: 
    $1,000 Cash 

A group photo of the champions that won the Group Category last year. 

Q: Let's hear from some of the judges!!

Ellen Kim


Ellen Kim, a California native, was born in Los Angeles and raised in San Francisco. After dancing for thirteen years in the SF Bay Area, she made the decision to move to LA to continue her career as a dancer and choreographer. She has worked with Pharrell Williams and choreographed for an up-and-coming musical artist, Maxine.

Andre Fuentes


Andre Fuentes has been in the business for over ten years, and it has been quite a ride from when he first began. He has grown and developed in every direction as a dancer, choreographer and person.  Andre also is Britney's mentor and has been her dancer and choreographer for nearly a decade!



Q: When are the auditions? 



Date of auditions:
 6th September 2014, 4PM
(Basement One, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard)

Date of the finals: 
4th October 2014, 4PM
*The ABCD Battle is also opened to both aspiring and established local and international dancers.

For more information you may wish to check out the website:
www.cineleisure.com.sg/abcdbattle 


I always admire dancers because they are so talented. I can't even remember dance steps and I don't remember myself being able to coordinate with everyone's dance moves because I'm such a lousy dancer. Hence, I am always impressed by how dancers could remember every single move without forgetting what is the next move gonna be like! So let's not waste anymore chances and if you feel that you got the X Factor, quickly sign up today and who knows your dreams might come true! 

Goodluck!

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