The Jabbawockeez stopped by at Mix 94.1 food drive for the City Mission of Las Vegas. I’ve added photos from the food drive.
– Miscellaneous Photos: Visiting Mix 94.1 Food Drive
It has been announced that the Jabbawockeez episode of MTV cribs will be aired on December 11 at 8 PM/7 central. Repeats of the episode will be on MTV and MTV2.
As promised, I’ve added more photos of the Jabbawockeez from the Latin Grammy Awards. If anymore comes, I’ll be sure to add them. Enjoy
I’ve just added photos from the red carpet of the Latin Grammy Awards. If there are anymore new ones, I’ll be sure to add them. Also, don’t forget to watch the Latin Grammy Awards tonight at 8 pm eastern time!
– 2010 Appearances: Latin GRAMMY Awards
Las Vegas shows “Le Rêve” and “Jabbawockeez” also will be featured during the telecast, highlighting the excitement and energy of this dynamic host city, and the internationally acclaimed Argentinean dance troupe Señor Tango de Buenos Aires also will appear in a special performance. The Latin music industry’s premier event is set for Nov. 11 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and will be broadcast live on the Univision Network from 8–11 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. Central).
I was invited out for the grand opening of the JabbaWockeez MUS.I.C. at the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas. Little did I know what all the 48 hours would have in store for me.
For those of you not familiar with the JabbaWockeez, they were the winners of the first season of MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew, and while they’re no strangers to Vegas (as they had a show prior to this one at the MGM Grand Hollywood Theater), this was their debut at the Monte Carlo.
To cover the JabbaWockeez , FanBolt and a couple other lucky press members were given an all-access pass with the ability to hang with the group members and interview them as well as go back stage and check out their costume room.
he guys talked with us for about 30 minutes giving us a better understanding of not only their show and their show name but also giving us a chance to see their personalities and get to know them as individuals.
“We really love to inspire people, and the fact that we’re able to do that 5 nights a week – we feel blessed.” Chris “Cristyle” Gatdula added.
The show had a little something to offer for everyone. The guys performed to songs from Michael Jackson to Queen to Vanilla Ice to OneRepublic. And as child of the 80’s and 90’s I couldn’t help but appreciate the mix of music that I had grown up with. There also wasn’t a shortage of humor as the guys interacted with the audience and even brought up Tabitha D’umo (So You Think You Can Dance choreographer) onto stage which made the crowd go wild!
Overall the show is a party for your eyes and ears. You can’t help but have a smile plastered across your face through out all the performances that make up the show. The JabbaWockeez move in ways that seem so effortless and yet humanly impossible – and all to the perfect beat of the music. It’s quite something to see and impossible to truly describe.