jazz hands


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jazz hands

pl n
(Dancing) a movement in modern dance in which a performer shakes both hands rapidly with the palms facing forwards and the fingers extended
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After the very Bolly-inspired 'Dharak Bharak', it's time to get out your jazz hands.
Any time you see a dancer with turned-in knees and a bowler hat doing finger snaps and jazz hands, chances are they are paying tribute to Fosse.
Los Angeles, CA, June 25, 2019 --(PR.com)-- This week, Founder and Executive Director of Jazz Hands for Autism, Ifunanya Nweke, is being honored by the Los Angeles-based Empowerment Congress as one of its distinguished 40 Under 40.
WITH lots of laughs, energy and full-on jazz hands, the second season of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel landed on Amazon Prime.
From now on, people will be urged to use quiet BSL clapping, or jazz hands, at student events including debates, panels and talks.
A STUDENT union are to use jazz hands to show appreciation - after voting to ban clapping because it could trigger anxiety.
A Students' Union spokeswoman said jazz hands applause helped "those with disabilities and/or sensory conditions", adding: "We should all aspire to improve our public spaces so that all members of society feel comfortable and able to contribute fully."
JANE MCDONALD & FRIENDS Channel 5, 9pm JAZZ hands out, it's another instalment of the camp, medley-filled old school entertainment show.
Jane McDonald and Hayley Tamaddon JANE MCDONALD & FRIENDS Channel 5, 9pm JAZZ hands out, it's another instalment of the camp, medley-filled old school entertainment show.
4 Two Jazz Hands Clint and Nikki Theatre Arts present Two Jazz Hands at the Anthony Hopkins Theatre at Theatr Clwyd, in Mold, at 7pm on Saturday.