Marlee Hightower | Seattle Freestyles | Worldofdance.com – Seattle Video

A quick freestyle session by Marlee Hightower (America’s got Talent Season 5 Top 10) Follow her on twitter: @marleehightower Stay tuned for all of our amazing news by going to www.worldofdance.com for the latest on our mobile app, website, merchandise, and tour. Support the movement. Subscribe here. youtube.com Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook: twitter.com www.facebook.com For more videos like this go to: www.worldofdance.com Filmed and Edited by: Courtney Yeh, Jonathan Shih, Jen Buglio
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  1. QUE CANCION ES ?

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  2. heyy….name song please

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  3. gorgeous i want to dance with her

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  4. shut up she does not move like chachi stop comparing ok she moves amazing has her own style.

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  5. what song is?

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  6. i believe it’s catch me if you can. just guessing cuz it said it in the song so may times lol

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  7. Oh I see. Thanks for explaining that for me.

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  8. only dancer i know that can be super buck and adorable at the same time LOL miss u mar mar hope to visit in feb!

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  9. If you guys ever come to sac i wanna make a video for you guys if so hit me up on twitter @datboii2wotone. Lol labb time

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  10. What’s the song name ? :)))

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  11. fantastic!!!!! :)

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  12. Thanks for watching and for all the nice comments!!! 😀 Thank you World of Dance for all your support!! xoxoxoxo See you in Chicago!!

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  13. That’s just her style, looks very “choreographed”. ‘Cause if that was CHOREO it wouldn’t translate that well with multiple dancers. You could check her choreo vids, you can see she better thought out.

    That’s just like Lando, a LOT of his freestyles look like choreo, but we know it’s a free ’cause he’s put out so much beast material.

    But I mean, that’s how choreo is developed anyways right? Start out with a free form, then nip, tuck & alter as you see fit? Just my two cents on that anyways..

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  14. Chachi Hightower

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  15. Marlee Gonzales

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