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All dancing Stories
Who are the Rock Stars of Aging? They’re living proof of what’s possible in life. See how the 106-year-old who danced her way through the White House inspires us.
In her mid-60s, Greta Pontarelli is one of the most dominating competitors in a serious and legitimate sport you’ve probably never heard of — pole dancing.
A woman born in 1921 never expected to be in the spotlight. But thanks to a video on YouTube, the 90-year-old dancing grandma is now one of the world’s biggest viral video stars. Her grandson shares her story and her lifelong passion for dancing.
Like millions, Quin Bommelje is a big fan of the dance competition shows on TV. She convinced her husband to sign up for lessons with her, but now, the woman who couldn’t dance, is waltzing her way to the winner’s circle in top competitions.
For Diane in Washington, D.C., Growing Bolder means getting down! She sent us a video called Funny Funky White Girl with a note that said, “My dancing video will show (your) viewers you can still be a kid and have fun at 65.” Amen, Diane!
The secret to staying active is to find something you enjoy. Activity becomes passion, and that’s really Growing Bolder.
We’re big fans of The Villages Twirlers, a baton performance team in The Villages, Florida. They partied at Walt Disney World, and proved that girls just wanna have fun. Now, they are marching to the beat of some new drummers!
GB stopped by the Red Hat Society’s 10th Annual Convention and found women from all over the world intensely focused on the business mission — having a good time.
Glenda Guilfoyle is a real-life dancing queen. She started as a coveted Radio City Music Hall Rockette at the age of 17 and at 74, she’s still moving her feet to the music.
Ever dream of being on stage in a big production? The Fab Follies prove that all of us have a little Broadway inside us.
World-famous performance artist Rachel Rosenthal is proving that creativity has no age limits.