Central Leader : January 19th 2011
5 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 19, 2011 NEWS Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971 www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 17th Jan - Sun 23rd Jan. All Stores Open 7 Days Fresh Lamb Leg Roasts Fresh Lamb Shoulder Chops only 12 kilo Super Low Prices for Fresh NZ Lamb! only10 $ .99 kilo ( plain, crumbed, marinated ) Fresh Lamb Loin Chops Save $5.40kg o our everyday low price! only10 kilo .99 .99 $ $ only 4 $ .99 kilo Mad Butcher Pre Cooked BBQ Sausages Get a FREE 6 pack Mad Grocer Burger Buns with any purchase of Mad Butcher Branded Hamburger or Beef Patties! while stocks last Dancing with Stars in spotlight again Dance time: Teachers at the new Candy Lane Dance Studio are, from left: Kristie Boyd, Emma Johnston, Jonny Williams, Suzanne Lynch, Candy Lane, Brian Jones, Rebecca Nicholson, Nerida Cortese, Aaron Gilmore and Arini Going. Photo: JASON OXENHAM By SCOTT MORGAN The team from Dancing with the Stars are two-stepping their way to Mt Eden. The show's former co-host and choreographer Candy Lane has set up her own dance studio in the suburb, bringing many of the dancers on board as teachers. Because we didn't have the show last year, it was the perfect opportunity to get on and do it.'' Dancing with the Stars fin- ished its hugely successful five-year run in 2009. The Mt Eden resident says the new studio is very differ- ent from the one she ran solo on Dominion Rd 15 years ago. We worked together for five years on the show and became like a huge family. All the teachers jumped at the chance of staying together.'' She says there are plenty of fond memories from the show and would jump at the chance to be involved again if TVNZ ever resurrects it. For me, one of the best things is the friendships we made after meeting the top sports people and celebrities. We got to know them, devel- oped continuing friendships and have seen why they are successful in their field.'' Ms Lane says the response from the public has been fan- tastic so far. Everyone has seen what theycandoonTV--nowthey can learn from them. I only want the top teachers here -- it's under my name, so I want people to say, This is great'.'' Former Dancing with the Stars winner Aaron Gilmore says it wasn't a hard decision to join the studio, with music, mirrors and enough space to teach. It's great having somewhere that's got a bit of everything.'' Dancer Nerida Cortese hopes the atmosphere on set can be recreated at the stu- dio. We just loved every min- ute of it. Dancing live was incredible and the camarad- erie it created we'd never had before. Dancing out of different studios, you don't get to know people. The show is so much dif- ferent, you have to bond together.'' An open day is being held at the studio, 44, Mt Eden Rd, on January 23 between 12pm and 4pm. Visit www.candylane.co.nz for more information.
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