"Love, love, love this program. I know that there are parts that will need work, but I don't even care right now. There is so much choreography, so many holds, so many gorgeous turns of the blade... that footwork sequence just might be my favourite ever from them. I adore that little 'flourish' in the middle to highlight the style of the program and music, and how they turn out of the midline at the end of the rink and then so smoothly into each other's arms. I'm really glad they went with the midline; the have the best edges, unison, and lines, and a midline shows it off so much better than in a circular, and I think than a diagonal would."

meyers over at fanforum, talking about the new short dance

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