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Look At This Pervy Video Of Children In Lingerie Dancing To Beyonce’s Ring

by | 15th, May 2010

THOSE five preteens working the stage at the World of Dance Tour contest to Beyonce’s Single Ladies are called Precision Dance. Their performance was memorable in this Brave New World but it is a pity they left their Peado Bikinis at home. But maybe next time.

Larry Peters, executive vice president of The Hozman Group tells PopEater:

“There has been a great deal of controversy regarding this performance, and it has been taken out of context…”

Dancer dad Cory Miller’s and dancer mum Melissa Presch are on Inside Edition. Says she:

“I’m shocked, quite frankly, that people would suggest such things and say such things about 8 and 9 year old girls.”

And the best bit is that the girls didn’t get their moves from the Pussycat Dolls or Hot Gossip but from wathing from the Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, a film that has rodent fans foaming at the openings. Says Miller:

As a father

As a father living on D wing, dressed in an orange jump suit with a fondness for sweets and puppies… Stay with it:

“…when you’re watching your kid, no. You’re looking at it as a proud kid who has really high energy, who doesn’t really know what she’s doing.”

Well, quite. They don’t know what they’re doing. But adults do. Adults sexualise the child in this Brave New World. Says he:

“…There was NOTHING provocative about what they were doing.”

But the media is provoked. Why is dad on the telly talking about provocation? If you don’t want to provoke a reaction why enter a dance show that is judged? Of course, only a paedo would find it alluring – but if you’re the type who wants to have sex with litle kids you mightn’t need the thigh boots and boob tube to turn you on. Just the child will do.

But the fear of paedos makes the story fly. As a dad… were you dads turned on? The reactions:

The Huffington Post:

Age appropriate or not, there is denying it’s one heck of a performance.”

Kate Ward, EW:

“Miley, you’ve got nuthin’ on these girls … But if little girls must gyrate on stage, is it absolutely essential they wear midriff tops? Even Beyonce and her back-up dancers were more covered up than this!”


“I don’t care if it’s a dance competition or not,” said Harold Clark, Poca. “I just don’t think it’s right to put those kind of clothes on young girls.”

Professional dance instructor January Wolfe teaches girls as young as 3 to adult. “For me, no, it’s not even close to age appropriate,” said Wolfe.

Daily Mail:

One user commented: ‘Why would their parents agree to those sleazy outfits. They are parents – they are supposed to protect them not flaunt them like a piece of meat.

‘Their parents should have selected a better costume – that is just too provocative.’

Sarah Kaufman:

Their satin-and-lace hooker look screams Lolita. The whole two-minute display seems one crotch-shot short of illegal.

Michael Langston Moore:

Both online readers and critics in the media are already calling the girls’ dance oversexualized, claiming that the innocence of these grade school kids has been stolen as they flip and shake their bodies around on stage with reckless abandon.

The girls are 7, 8 or 9, depending what you read. And evyerowher you read it you can see the girls dance. Tsk! Look. Look! Look!!!

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