FDC KIDS DANCE ANAK INDONESIA
FDC KIDS DANCE ANAK INDONESIA
Hello, everybody. This is Yiso. It’s 3:05 am I practiced early in the dawn NG Hello, everybody. This is Yiso. It’s 3:05 am I practiced in the dawn with Davin and Luna Hyun! We gathered to repair our costumes. I’m gonna show you the repair of jeans and a jean jacket. Before the alteration of jeans. I’m going to tear these jeans. Thinking to figure out how to repair things according to their own style. Davin : I think I’m screwed. Yiso : I’m going to try on my jeans and cut them. Yiso : My jeans are too short. (Dumpty Dumpty) (Luna hyun, who turned off music)
Yiso : that’s a good song!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙁 ALiEN likes to listen to old songs. Yiso : What was the dance? Now she’s gonna have to fix the jeans and check the cut. Yiso : Cut it here~ ×2 Yiso : it’s pretty. the method of tearing jeans
1. Take a cut!
2. I’m going to tear it apart with a force! Yiso: So that’s it!! Yiso : Stress. Relax. Complete. Davin : No, It can’t get rid of stress. Yiso : oh yeah? Yiso : Ajumma(madam) pose Luna Hyun : Ajumma(madam) ?!?!>:-( Yiso : I didn’t tell you as Ajumma(madam) Yiso : Ajumma(madam) pose I wanted to change the angle of the camera and show all three of you, but I can only hear the song because I put it on the speaker like a fool. Everyone is pulling the thread out of the jeans… Reasonable looking to the camera angle. two women who are not too interested. (Yiso: When her saw Davin wearing jeans, she burst out laughing.) Luna Hyun : Davin looks like she has a long thigh. Yiso : What animation do you go around with robots and girls? Yiso : The Wizard of Oz! Davin looks like a can in there. Davin : What do I do? What is the fate of Davin’s jeans? And the two of you who are not care…. They are pulling the thread out of the jeans… continue ever since.. Not repeat Yiso : I’ve been doing this for 40 minutes, and that’s all I’ve been doing. Davin : What do I do?….. Davin : How can I handle this? Davin : What do I do?
Yiso : Please show me the solution.
Luna Hyun : Wait a minute. Luna Hyun : wow Yiso : Buying a new pair of jeans…
Davin : Or should I just wear it like this? Luna Hyun : What is this? Luna Hyun : It’s so funny. Davin : Isn’t that too much?
Luna Hyun : What is this? Luna Hyun : even tore all your jeans like this. Yiso : Davin didn’t think jeans would be like that. 더이상 건들이지 말고 위아래로 조금 포인트를 주라는 말씀 Pulling out the stitches in jeans while lying down, which I chose because my neck and waist hurt so hurt Davin : Don’t let me see you.
Yiso : I’ll cover your face with my favorite green heart sticker. (pathetic shoes) pathetic ALiEN…. Yiso : It’s 4:25 am. Yiso : Blue jeans… Surgery… Dr. Luna Hyun. Yiso : in the middle of a CPR to revive jeans. Yiso : There’s a in the middle of a CPR to revive jeans, too.. FINISH Yiso : I’m going to break my hand. Davin : Please cover my face. (pathetic shoes) Yiso : It’s 5:03 am. Yiso : Finally, I’ve finished my jeans. Yiso : We practiced early in the dawn. We did our best with the jeans repair! Yiso : I hope we get a good video Yiso : There’re still fixing my jeans here. Good job~ Bye~~
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It’s the viral dance
everyone is talking about. It’s not the whip nah-nah. It’s not the dab. It’s called the running man challenge. Take a look.>>All I want’s some respect for
making this dance. Can I get some cred? Come on, Ellen. I wanna be on Ellen. [MUSIC]>>[APPLAUSE]>>And it all started with two young
men from Hillside, New Jersey. Please welcome Kevin Vincent and
Jeremiah Hall. There’s so many dances out there,
and you made this dance up, and how did you start this.>>Well, one day, in my teacher Ms. Graham’s class,
we were just sitting there, bored. Just sitting there.>>Hi, Ms. Graham.>>Yeah, hi, Ms. Graham.>>[LAUGH]
>>Yeah, and we were sitting there and the song
>>My boo just started playing in my head. So I was like I was just
like going sing it. So I started singing and yea.>>I started dancing it, and so
we just decided to make a video.>>What does Ms. Graham teach?>>Finance
>>Finance. Yea.>>How was Ms.
Graham during this portion of the.>>Talking on the phone
>>So no, but it was to the office.>>So it was to the office.>>[LAUGHTER]
>>She is a great teacher. But we decided to be ourselves and
be silly.>>So we had free time.>>And so did the people in the class
like the dance and start trying?>>Honestly,
they just sat there and watched us. They didn’t, I don’t know why,
but they just sat there and stared at us like we were crazy.>>All right, so, you sent the video and
then you asked me for help, you said, you called me out so
of course I’m going to have you on, and then these two basketball players
actually made it go viral, right?>>Yes.
>>How did that happen?>>I honestly don’t know. One day I was doing the dance and I posted
a lot of videos on my Instagram and then I woke up and these guys,
the Maryland basketball players, they did it and-
>>We were like, what? We made this.>>Yeah, everyone is doing it now. It was just it was crazy.>>I know everyones doing. So lets bring them right from
the University of Maryland please welcome Jayland and Jared. Congratulations on making
these men very very popular, I mean, how did that happen,
when did you see it?>>I first saw it from Jared. Jared showed me the instagram, and
I was just like we dance every day for our teammates in the locker room. So we’re the goofballs, and we were just hey lets make a video
to make everybody laugh, so.>>Right.
>>And basketball’s such a grind,
especially at the college level. So we just try to keep our
teammates loose in the locker room. And it’s crazy, cuz now half
the universities are doing it, professional teams and celebrities.>>By the way, congratulations. You made it to the Sweet 16,
right, didn’t you?>>Yeah.
>>[APPLAUSE]>>Thank you.>>Thank you.>>Congratulations.>>Thank you.>>All right,>>[APPLAUSE]>>So, you’re pretty much responsible for making this thing take off and everyone is
doing it, so we’re gonna take a break, and a little later in the show,
we’re all gonna do it together, right? tWitch is gonna do it I think everyone is going to do it. All right we’re back with the guys who
started the Running Man Challenge and because of NCAA rules we
can’t give you a gift. It’s not, we’re not allowed. So I, I’m, I made something special for
you for the special game days.>>[LAUGHTER]
>>[APPLAUSE] [LAUGHTER]>>[APPLAUSE]>>Thank you I appreciate it.>>Alright. And you two you’ll be very happy
with them they’re very comfortable. And you two I know your parents are both
working very very hard to make sure you have an education, you have a college
education, so our friends at shutter fly want to give you a $10,000. [APPLAUSE]
>>Whoa.>>What?>>Stand up.>>Yeah, I did it. [APPLAUSE] All right and I’ll see you
tomorrow, be kind to one another, okay, so Twitch, are you going to join them? They’re going to do
the running man over there.>>Of course, absolutely.>>Alright, head on over there guys, I’ll hold your underwear.>>[APPLAUSE] [MUSIC]
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– This is where we live. This is where we rule. We are The Kings. [Devi Sri Prasad’s
“Aadevadanna Eedevadanna”] – Whoa! [indistinct chanting] – Whoo! – Yeah! [indistinct chanting] [cheers and applause] – Whoa! – Remember,
we show no mercy! – Whoa! What? – Kings. Prepare for glory. [wild cheering] – Whoo! – Jesus.
Oh, my God. [wild cheering] – Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oh, my God!
– What? – That was
a music video, right? – That was a movie. That was a feature film.
– What? [cheers and applause] – Oh, my God. [laughs] [cheers and applause] – I’ve said it before,
but you guys are the… both: Kings! [cheers and applause] – You manifest
what you believe, and tonight you guys
are kings. – Unbelievable.
– Whoo! – I said to Jennifer
right before you started, I was like,
“I feel like we’re about to go on a roller coaster.”
– Yeah, I said hold on tight. – Here we are, and literally
it was like [whooshing]. I mean, okay–
in the mentor session, we were like, “We want this
to feel cinematic.” [laughter] – I feel like I just
went to the movies and saw the greatest
action film that I’ve ever watched in life,
but, like, live. – Thank you so much.
– Whoo! – We didn’t know it was gonna
be in slow-mo. – Holy cow. Literally, like,
you guys altered reality. I was like, “Am I watching–
Am I– Is this real
or what’s happening?” [laughter] Okay, let’s just talk
about the synchronicity, like the dancing. You actually had more
dancing in this routine than your other ones,
which is incredible. And I love the culture,
I love your style of dance, bringing that over here
and sharing it with all of us. Then your dang tricks. What in the heck
are you doing up there? – What can we do
that will potentially almost kill us, but really?
Like, what can we do? Goodness gracious. I think your head
might have touched the light. Like, you got that high. Oh, yeah–yep, keep going,
and it kept–and it was just– Goodness.
– Thank you so much. Thank you so much.
[cheers and applause] – You surprised me. I didn’t think you guys
could surprise me, ’cause I felt like, I know
they’re gonna do something out-of-this-world
spectacular, but I was actually surprised,
’cause tonight for me it wasn’t the tricks. It was that you came
with a different narrative and a story, and then you– honestly, the slow-motion
blew my mind. He’s right, it felt like
we were in an altered reality, and then when you did
the last trick, I literally just stood–
[laughter] I’m gonna make fun
of myself right now. I stood here like this. [laughter] I was in shock,
and I didn’t do anything, and I was just like–
and then I went, “Whoo!” [cheers and applause] – Wait, wait, wait. And look, it came out. – It came out.
– It just came out. [cheers and applause] Her hair. [laughter] – You guys took my shoe
in the first performance. Now you’re taking my wig.
You have– You have–you have to stop.
You have to stop. [laughter] – The Kings, we are gonna
lock in our scores, and we’re gonna see
where it lands, all right? [cheers and applause]
All right, you’re ready, clap your hands yo, clap your hands out there, clap your hands. Yes, yes yes, we’re almost ready. Yes, we’re almost ready. What time is it ? SHOW TIME! Clap your hands and make some noise. What time is it ? SHOW TIME! Everybody clap, come on people! Put your hands together folks. Clap, clap. Clap, clap. Everybody clap, clap! All right, ladies & gentlemen, nobody moves, NOBODY GETS HURT! Nobody moves, NOBODY GETS HURT! We’re about to bring a volunteer up. Tom Cruise, get in the line. You’re with the black guys now. Now, listen up you guys: if you guys do not clap, he will die. No, no, no, no. Not Tom, the black guy! OK… OK guys, come on, come on, we’re just playing around, we’re just playing. Damn, look at their face, they look so pissed. Now… … please nobody moves. NOBODY GETS HURT! We’re just playing around, now was just a warm up. Who’s ready to see the real deal? Clap your hands & make some damn noise out there! Hey guys, i said “noise”! You guys can make noise over here, this is New York, not New Jersey! Give it all you’ve got! Clap your hands & make some damn noise out there! Everybody please, move all the way up to the orange cones. You have nothing to be afraid of, we are not gangsters… anymore! Now, before we continue on, everybody, please, a lot of damn noise for my volunteer. Give it up to that guy, come on, give it up to that guy, YEAH! Excuse me, volunteer, listen up. It’s gona be a black guy. HIM! He’s gona be running 80 miles per hour. YES! With no police behind him! WOO WOO! And he’s going to attempt to flip over. HE WHAT? Flip over! HE WHAT? 1, 2, 3, 4 and 1 white guy. Give it up to the white guy, YEAH! Hey, hey, hey… don’t worry, they love you white chocolate. Now… If you guys are still ready to see it, everybody say “yeah”. YEAH! I didn’t hear that one, everybody say “yeah”. YEAH! Say “ho yeah”. HO YEAH! Do you think my partner can still do it? Say “yeah”. YEAH! How many people just don’t care? Say “yeah”. YEAH! You’re gona pay more. But we have one big problem. WHAT’S THAT? Now i already know when y partner run… … takes his jump… … all the people are going to leave. WHAT? Yes, we know this. So that makes a good time, my friends come around and get ready to collect… YOUR MONEY! No, no, seriously, we’re not asking you guys for a lot AT ALL. So, come on you guys, look besides your wallet, take out 5 or 10$ and give us the rest. Is that cool? So, what i’m trying to say, we’re trying to do some positive NOT NEGATIVE. So if you guys give us 5$, we’ll go home feeling good. YEAH! If you guys give us 10$, we’ll go home feeling like stars. OH YEAH! If you guys give us 20$, we’ll go home feeling like super stars. WOOO! But if you guys give use a 50 to a 100, we’ll go home… with you, i don’t care! So, please, show your love, not your anger. We’re doing some positive, not negative. COME ON, LADIES & GENTLEMENT, SHOW YOUR SUPPORT! THANK YOU! If you guys are ready to see it, say “yeah”. YEAH! Say “ho yeah”. HO YEAH! Everybody gave money, say “yeah”. YEAH! SOME PEOPLE ARE LYING! (so true) All right white chocolate, this is it! Arms up. All right, bend your knees, touch your toes & don’t fart. Everybody clap. Clap, clap. Everybody clap your hands, let’s go people! Let’s go! Hey, make so noooiiise… Everybody clap! Sorry for any mistake in the transcription. Thanks for watching.
Cześć, MiNT! M.O.N.T, dzień dobry, jesteśmy MONT! Dziękujemy za przyjście Dzięki WAM za przyjście! Jesteśmy w Polsce, Warszawa! Zimno? Ja jestem gorący Idziecie na nasz koncert? Serio? Przepraszam! Nastepna piosenka jest… bardzo… bardzo.. fajna, tak!
After three decades, Lakhe Dance Lyaku Mipwa, (Dance With Fire) has started in Patan. There used to be a tradition to perform Lakhe Dance from Ghantakarna to Indrajatra. However, it was stopped for almost 3 decades. This dance will continue for five days from Ghantakarna then again will perform in Indrajatra. Started from Saugal, the dance will perform in Saugal, Sundhara, Okubahal, Gabal, Purna Chanda, Nakbahil, Mangalbazarr and Hakha of Patan. Performed by local Layaku Mipwa Lakhe Puch on their own initiative, there involve two persons one Lakhe and other Teaser in the dance to entertain the people. As a part of the Lakhe dance, a teaser demon called Jhyalincha agitates Lakhe and is continuously chased by him. This is perhaps the recreation of one of the many duels Lakhe indulged in as part of the pact with the king. A different version of the myth claims that Lakhe’s dance is the punishment dictated by gods for his illicit affair with the young girl. “We have decided to revive the dance as it is in the verge of disappear,” said Uttam Ratna Shakya dance director and actor of the group. According to Newari folklore, Kakhe is protectors of children and Lakhe dance is a popular dance of Nepal. The performers wear a Lakhe costume and demonic mask perform in the street. This dance is inherited by the dancer from the sprit possessing the mask. This dance is popular all the three cities of valley and other Newar settlements. The demon, or Lakhe, dances wearing a huge red, terrifying mask with prominent, bawdy eyes. Protruding fangs, serrated teeth, and a dark red wig complete the awe-inspiring countenance of the man-eating demon as he dances and thrashes his limbs. The general belief is that the spirit of the Lakhe resides in the demonic mask, or khawpa. As the dancer puts the khawpa on, the spirit takes over the dancer’s body and dictates the movements. A town called Majipa is haunted by flesh-eating demons (in Newari the word “Lakhe” denotes carnivorous demons). One Lakhe falls in love with a young girl in town and starts visiting the girl in human guise. But when he is captured, instead of punishing him, the king of Majipa offers him impunity and life with his lover if he promises to give up his carnivorous appetite and protect the children of Majipa. Regardless of the stories and speculations, the significance of this dance is unquestionable. This Newari heritage, an amalgam of Hindu, uddhist and Newari traditions, is not just a representation of the Newari community but also a microcosm of wider Nepali celebrations of different religions and faiths. Most of the dances in Kathmandu Valley are connected with the agriculture. All the festival starts during this period when farmers have time to rest and enjoy the festivals.