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She did "A little party" this year. (I had never heard it before.. it must not be very popular in our small area LOL). She wants something fun and sassy.. and fast. She is always ahead of the music on slow songs.
She wants Dance Like Yo Daddy but I just feel it's going to be so popular this year due to it being the National Dance Day song this year.
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Here's a few of DD's ideas! Let me know if want more, DD has lists of songs, lol!
-"Baby I'm a Star" by Prince & the Revolution -"River Deep, Mountain High" by Tina Turner -"Birthday" by Katy Perry (Use either the normal version or if you'd like something more unique, listen to the Cash Cash Remix!) -"Bulletproof" by La Roux (Another fun version of this song is the Gamper & Dadoni Remix!) -"Living for Love" by Madonna -"Queen Bee" by Rochelle Diamante (very sassy!) -"Holiday" by Madonna -"Wild" by Jessie J -"Party Girl" by Ultra Nate -"Slay" by Nia Sioux Hopefully this helps and at least gives you some ideas! Let me know if you'd more and if there's one that's closer to what you're looking for!
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Here are some songs my dd (who also really likes fast & sassy!) has danced to. Some are definitely overused, but maybe they'll give you some ideas.
Cruella DeVille (the updated Selena Gomez version, I think) Material Girl (a sped up cover) Sea Cruise (from Finding Nemo - she tapped to this, but you could do a cute jazz dance to it, too) Strut (Cheetah Girls) 5,6,7,8 (not as sassy, but VERY fast) Baby I'm A Star (she used the Tina Turner version, but the original is good too) Sparkling Diamonds (from Moulin Rouge) Good luck!
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When younger dd was 7, she danced to Itsy Bitsy Spider by Little Richard - very cute!
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Around that age We saw a lot of routines to The Puppies. They are very upbeat and Jazzy/hip hop. Lots of opportunity to ham it up.
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Omg the puppies! Haven't heard them since my older one started- thankfully! They still haunt me! Lol