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ABieber

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Count:
32
Wall:
2
Level:
Absolutre Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Ross Brown (ENG)
Music:
Love Me - Justin Bieber
 
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Any Upbeat Justin Bieber Song
Baby (130 BPM),
Somebody To Love (130 BPM)

Intro: Start on Main Vocals

WALK FORWARD; RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT. KICK FORWARD. WALK BACK; LEFT, RIGHT, LEFT. TOUCH.
1 – 2 – 3 Walk forward; right, left, right.
4 Kick left foot forward.
5 – 6 – 7 Walk back; left, right, left.
8 Touch right next to left.
(12 o’clock)

VINE RIGHT with TOUCH. VINE LEFT ¼ TURN L with TOUCH.
1 – 2 - 3 – 4 Step right to the right, cross step left behind right, step right to the right, touch left next to right.
5 – 6 – 7 – 8 Step left to the left, cross step right behind left, make a ¼ turn left stepping forward with left, touch right next to left.
(9 o’clock)

VINE RIGHT with TOUCH. VINE LEFT ¼ TURN L with TOUCH.
1 – 2 - 3 – 4 Step right to the right, cross step left behind right, step right to the right, touch left next to right.
5 – 6 – 7 – 8 Step left to the left, cross step right behind left, make a ¼ turn left stepping forward with left, touch right next to left.
(6 o’clock)

(DIAGONALS) STEP FORWARD, TOUCH. STEP BACK, TOUCH. STEP BACK, TOUCH. STEP FORWARD, TOUCH.
1 – 2 Step forward to right diagonal with right, touch left next to right.
3 – 4 Step back to left diagonal with left, touch right next to left.
5 – 6 Step back to right diagonal with right, touch left next to right.
7 – 8 Step forward to left diagonal, touch right next to left.
(6 o’clock)

End of Dance. Start again and Enjoy!

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1 Comments

Sandue October 16, 2018
Good dance to teach vines and vine with a quarter turn (which is in so many dances).

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