Question of the Week #3: Your dream dancing partner?

Q: Who would you say is your dream dancing partner?

May I have two? Fred Astaire and Julio Bocca.



I grew up watching Fred Astaire's films (the influence of my parents and grandparents) and dancing around the living room imagining that I was actually dancing with him. There's just something smooth, fun and joyful about his style that is so appealing.



And (as you see) Julio Bocca is just amazing. I first saw him in this role (Don Quixote) and have been comparing everyone else to him ever since! He's a phenomenal partner with amazing stage presence.


Okay, Friends, who is your dream dancing partner? Or partners?


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