New Girl Group Goddess, Receiving Special Lessons from World Famous Choreographers!
By Staff Writer | August 09, 2012 02:11 PM EDT
The new girl group Goddess will be receiving special lessons from 7 world famous choreographers.
Goddess, planning to make their debut at the end of this month, will be receiving special lessons from Lyle Beniga, Kyle Hanagami, Jillian Meyers, Bam Martin, Keone Madrid, Rino Nakasone, and Shaun Evaristo.
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Beniga is known as a top class choreographer who worked for Usher, Christina Aguillera, and Hillary Duff, and has performed at Grammy Awards, MTW Awards, Opera Winfrey Show, and American Idol.
Hanagami made the choreography for Black Eyed Peas, Justin Bieber, and After School's "Flashback," and Meyers made f(x)'s "Electric Shock" dance. Martin is part of the famous hip hop group MOS WANTED CREW, and Madrid worked for Kim Hyun Joong, Se7en, and Taeyang. Nakasone helped SHINee, SNSD, BoA, and f(x), and Evaristo worked for Big Bang and 2NE1.
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