Lauren Gottlieb takes the Beat pe Booty challenge to an international level
The Beat pe Booty challenge got an international twist when American actress-dancer Lauren Gottlieb took it up and shared a video of her dancing to the track.
The Beat pe Booty challenge got an international twist when American actress-dancer Lauren Gottlieb took it up and shared a video of her dancing to the track from A Flying Jatt on her Instagram account.
Backing the Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa contestant is a brilliant team of ballet dancers making the dance routine look like a complete professional performance.
The video is taken at Bender Performing Arts in Arizona, USA where Gottlieb herself learnt to dance.
#BeatPeBooty challenge all the way from #BenderPerformingArts in Arizona, USA. This place is so special to me!! This is where I grew up learning and loving dance💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻💃🏻 All the best this week @remodsouza @tigerjackieshroff @jacquelinef143 @lizelle2474 @krutimahesh @rahuldid @paulmarshal and the whole cast/crew. Thank you #KevinBender for filming and being the best human ever! #MeriBender I love ya like a sis! Thank U @crysgibbs @shaynacelli for letting me interrupt your classes to film this 😬 And all the #DanceMotion dancers for taking the challenge and enjoying your first Bollywood song! #FlyingJatt go see it!! 🙌🏽😘❤️🎉
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