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Dance 360

Dance 360
Developed by Claude Brooks
Directed by Richard Brian DiPirro
Presented by Fredro Starr
Kel Mitchell
Country of origin  United States
Original language(s) English
Production
Executive producer(s) Claude Brooks
Ralph Farquhar
Production company(s) C to the B Productions
Regan Jon Productions
Paramount Domestic Television
Release
Original channel Syndication
Original release 30 August 2004 – 9 September 2005

Dance 360 (2004-2005) was a modern hip-hop television series in which different dancers competed to win 360 dollars and an Xbox or other prizes like a cell phone from Boost Mobile. It was hosted by Fredro Starr and Kel Mitchell with DJ K-Sly providing the beats for the dancers.

The dancers were selected from the audience at the beginning of the show, and they competed one-on-one, with the winner going on to the next round. They were judged by the level of audience applause. In addition to the prizes awarded, the winner was also given the last few seconds of the show to give "shout outs" to friends and family. The show's title comes from the circle on the dance floor where the dancers competed.

Host Kel Mitchell previously starred in the television show Kenan and Kel along with his friend Kenan Thompson for a four-year run. Host Fredro Starr previously played on the hit show Moesha playing one of her boyfriends, Q. DJ K-Sly, whose real name is Kathleen Taylor is a Los Angeles-based DJ more known as a radio host.

The show was noted for its famous slogans: "Yo, Fredro, where you at?!", "Three six oooh", "Tag Your Man!*" and "Head To Head!".

Both hosts later starred in the straight-to-DVD film, Ganked in 2005.

External links

  • Dance 360 Set Design


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