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Dear Dish-It, I Want to Be a Dancer

Dear Dish-It,

I really want to be a back-up dancer, but I don't know what it takes. I have the moves - I just don't know where to go with them! Please help.

Dear brunetteboy87,

Although the odds of becoming a back-up dancer are probably better than becoming a pop star, you still have to realize that your chances are pretty slim. That being said, you shouldn't just give up hope. If you're not already enrolled in dance classes, you should find a class or two to join, pronto. Most back-up dancers have years of training and will be tough competition. If you are already in classes, why not talk to your teacher about where you can go for some auditions. There is also a site that seems to have a ton of great information, professional advice and lists of auditions all over the United States. Just click here to check it out. Most importantly remember that practice makes perfect. That means, don't give up if you don't get a job from your first (or 20th) audition. Good Luck!

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