Tyler Miller’s favorite part of Touchdowns & Tutus is once he feels confident in his dance—to the point that he could do it in his sleep—and when he and his dance partner get to perform in front of the other contestants.
Tom and Karen Robinson started taking dance lessons in 2010, in advance of their youngest son’s wedding. They wanted to be able to do more than a traditional, rock-back-and-forth slow dance and ended up being able to rumba at the reception.
Natasha definitely likes to keep busy.The GlenOak High School sophomore maintained between a 3.7 and 4.0 GPA throughout her freshman year. Her science fair projects have been rated Excellent or Superior at District Science Fair the past three years.
Television shows, movies increase popularity of ballroom dancing. Television’s top-rated “Dancing With the Stars” has kept viewers riveted for eight seasons, while simultaneously inspiring a rebirth of ballroom dancing.