Actor-director John Pratt brought back his “dancefloor dynamite” persona for a recently concluded three-show concert abroad, realizing he still has a huge passion for dance.
In his Instagram post, Pratt – who was also the director of the concert – uploaded a video showing off his dancing skills alongside artists such as Jason Dy and Inigo Pascual.
,Dynamite is back! [emoji]”, she claimed in the caption of her post, referring to both her title “Dancefloor Dynamite” and the song she danced to. – Both are titled “Dynamite”, one from BTS and the other from Taio Cruz.
The ‘Super Nopy’ actor, who was once a regular in dance-centric segments of ‘ASAP’ such as ‘Ultimate Dance 4’ and ‘Supa Dance’, expressed the happiness he felt on being back on the dance floor.
“Super Saya Ko Na Nakasayaw Ulit Eko (I’m so happy to be dancing again),” shared Pratt, who revealed what he thought eight years ago: “[I]The dance is over.”
She further reiterated how much fun she had while performing in all three shows, sharing her feeling that her great love for dance still lives within her.
“Afterwards[-]Realize ki ko na catcho, din pala junkon ko pa rin sa dancing (I realized I still have a great passion for dancing),” said the “Pinoy Big Brother” alumnus, who has appeared on local and international shows like “Zoom”. Participates in concerts of international artists. – Singer Directed Jessie and former 2NEI member Minzie.
In the comments section, the former “Ang TV” star received praise and support for her dance from many people, including her family.
His mother Alma wrote, ‘Yan to Anak[.] [W]Alang Kupas Pa Rin (He is my son. He is still great) [emojis]”, while the sister of actress TV presenter Camille Prats-Yambao told her older brother that she misses watching him dance.
Over the years, Pratt has explored the field of directing. He has supervised music videos and has also been involved in the production of shows such as “Ang Probinsyano” and “It’s Showtime”, on which he served as a judge and mentor for the afternoon show’s “Girl on Fire” dance competition. Did.
During a performance of “Girl on Fire” – who crowned its first champion in February – the former child star was able to present herself as a dancer to a younger generation that might not associate her with dance, which is actually her first love.
Pratt, who celebrated his third decade in the entertainment industry last year, is married to “Rosario” actress Isabel Ollie, with whom he has three children. Wings, Freedom and the Wilderness. edv
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Actor-director John Prats brought back his "Dancefloor Dynamite" persona in a recently concluded three-show concert abroad that made him realize that he still has a huge passion for dance.
In his Instagram post, Prats - who was also the director of the concert - uploaded a video showing off his dancing skills alongside artists like Jason Dy and Iu00f1igo Pascual.
u201cDYNAMITE IS BACK! [emoji]u201d, he claimed in the caption of his post, referring to both his u201cDancefloor Dynamiteu201d title and the songs they danced to - both titled "Dynamite", one from BTS and the other from Taio Cruz.
The 'Super Noypi' actor, who was once a regular on the dance-focused segments of 'ASAP' such as 'Ultimate Dance 4' and 'Supah Dance', expressed the joy he felt when he got back on the dance floor .
u201cSuper saya ko na nakasayaw ulit ako (I am so happy to dance again),u201d shared Prats who revealed he thought eight years ago: u201c[I]finished dancing.u201d
He further reiterated how much fun he had while performing on all three shows, sharing his realization that his great love for dance is still within him.
"After[-]realize ko na grabe din pala passion ko pa rin sa dancing (I realized that I still have a great passion for dancing)," said the alumnus of "Pinoy Big Brother" who attends the concerts of local and international artists such as "ZOOM"- singer directed Jessi and former 2NEI member Minzy.
In the comments section, the former "Ang TV" star received praise and support for his dancing, from several people, including his family.
His mother, Alma, wrote: 'Anak ko yan[.] [W]alang kupas pa rin (That's my son. He's still great) [emojis]u201d, while the sister of actress TV presenter Camille Prats-Yambao told her older brother that she misses watching him dance.
Over the years, Prats has explored the directing space. He has supervised music videos and has also been involved in the production of shows such as "Ang Probinsyano" and "It's Showtime", on which he served as a judge and mentor for the afternoon show's "Girl on Fire" dance competition.
During the performance of "Girl on Fire" - who crowned his first champion in February - the former child star was able to introduce himself as a dancer to the younger generation, who may not associate him with dancing, which is actually his first love.
Prats, who celebrated his third decade in the entertainment industry last year, is married to 'Rosario' actress Isabel Oli, with whom he shares three children - Feather, freedom and forest. EDV
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