Derek Hough: “Dance is universal and a language that everyone understands”

Hmm…when I first posted this few weeks ago, there was no video on the link. Now that I ran into the article again, I saw that there is this beautiful video of Derek talking about dancing. Probably they updated it later 😉

If you missed it too, be sure to check People again. We’ll update with an international version later on…

UPDATE

And here is an international version of the video.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4wb7kc_derek-hough-i-am-a-dancer-against-cancer_people

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Derek Hough News

In a new interview/segment with People, Derek talks about dance and how it affects your body and life. Many of the things he says we heard him saying many times but, I really loved the part I am adding below.

The article is a reference to Derek’s “I Am Dancer Against Cancer” involvement and helping others. Be sure to read the whole article on People.

“What I absolutely love about dance is that it’s universal. It’s a language that everybody understands. You can be from any part of the world but there’s something about dance that brings people together. It’s a human activity that is sort of instinctual.”

Courtesy: People Magazine

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2 thoughts on “Derek Hough: “Dance is universal and a language that everyone understands”

  1. I love when Derek talks about dance being the universal language . It reminds me of someone else we all knew and love(d). I like to call Derek Hough “the white Michael Jackson”. I hope die hard Michael fans won’t be offended by this. I mean it in the most loving and sincere way possible💟💟

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    • I don’t think they will…at least I hope! MJ himself was fan of Derek’s. He was his favorite pro on the show. 🙂 And he is so right about being a universal language. Dance is emotions…you don’t need to talk. You can express your feelings through the movement…a language that everyone understands!

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