I was watching Glee reruns the other day and it was the episode where Mr. Shoe was helping the school shrink, Emma, learn to ballroom dance for her wedding. I love that episode because not only do we get to sing I could have danced all night, but we also get to watch Will make a mashup of two songs that don’t really go together.
In the real world we don’t get a dance instructor like Mathew Morrison, but what we do have as an alternative to attending embarrasing dance classes are Learn to Ballroom dance DVDs which are perfect for weddings. It’s sort of like Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez in Shall We Dance.
Richard’s character was scared to be seen ballroom dancing, but when Susan Sarandon finally caught him and accepted it, she was able to dance with her husband and have an amazing romantic time. Wouldn’t it be amazing to be able to have an incredible first dance with your new husband or wife? Let the Learn to ballroom dance dvds teach you how to dance with your partner so that you can have an amazing first dance and impress your friends and family.
The thing that I love the most about the learn to dance ballroom DVDs is that you get to do it in the privacy of your own home. Believe it or not, not every gay guy or woman has grace or rhythm. Because no one has to see you guys practicing, there is no embarrassing moments with friends finding you at a class. You can go through all of the DVDs with your partner and by the time you are ready to get married, the two of you will be able to ballroom dance like professionals and impress everyone at your wedding. The key thing to remember is that the DVDs can only do so much. You have to constantly practice, use a mirror or video camera to watch yourself and also go through the entire learn to ballroom dance dvd series. If this is anything like the other learn to dvds which a few of my friends have used, I fully recommend it. I do have to be honest and say I have never personally tried the Learn to Ballroom Dance DVDs. If you’ve bought them, feel free to comment below and if you know someone who could use them, feel free to click the green tweet button or blue share on Facebook button to share with friends.