Big Bang Taeyang, Jay Park, Kahi, And 4Minute HyunA Voted As Best Idol Dancers
By Staff Writer | June 27, 2012 05:50 PM EDT
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On June 26, on MBC Music "Show Champion," a professional dance team chose who they thought were the best idol dancers. After collecting their votes, the results came to Taeyang, Jay Park, Kahi and HyunA.
Big Bang's Taeyang has been known for his dance skills even during his pre-debut days. There have been numerous videos of him and Big Bang's G-Dragon pre-debut dance practices online. Taeyang's solo album allowed him to express his dance skills as well as his vocals.
Jay Park, who is the former leader of idol group 2PM, has been known since his debut for his b-boying skils. Before debut, he was in a b-boy group called AOM (Art Of Movement) back in the states. He has recently come back with his solo album as well.
Kahi, who was the former leader of girl group After School has been dancing for her whole life. She was a back dancer for famous artists like BoA before her debut. She is usually known as being one of the oldest idols as well as one of the best dancers.
Lastly, 4Minute's HyunA has been known as a 'sexy' idol since her debut due to her charismatic dance moves and husky rap.
The dance team stated that each of these dancers showed skill, talent and expression in their dancing. They also had TVXQ's Yunho, MBLAQ's Lee Joon, 2NE1's Minzy and miss A's Min as some of the runner-ups for best dancer.
On this episode of "Show Champion," f(x), After School, Dal Shabet and others were guests as well.
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