Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! nuts.... xD
You think one can call it.....:wall::wall::wall:kaza26 said:I think I saw it before...I think you can call it a bellydance...very modern and very physically challenging.. this is the only video I saw of this kind of dance..so welcome for the new generation of bellydance!
I'm actually seriously considering this gong idea.:shok::redface: (Smacks herself on the forehead). Oh! What was I thinking? You are absolutely right, Walladah. We'll just stick with the gong and the hook, then.
It's like she took the bellydance elements and reconstituted them into something that had no relation at all to bellydance: no relation to the music, and no logic as elements of dance. It's overtly sexual, but not at all sexy. The sexual elements are very mechanical-looking -- again, no logic or design to it...just humpy, throbby bits. It's deliberately avant-garde, and she's very limber and strong, but she missed the mark entirely, didn't she?Wonderful dancer & very talented, but overly sexual. Some BD elements, but not used in a BD-way. I wonder what kind of training she's had over her lifetime? :think:
Lyrical dance to Loreena McKennitt in a cat toy costume with a box.I was curious to see what else she has done. There's a performance from the Mediterranean Delight Festival of *this* year (this is two performances):
Elisangela Rassul - Mediterranean Delight Festival Gala , Loutraki, Greece 2012 - YouTube.