Okay, so I'm thinking about doing a talent show in a town about 30 minutes away from where I live. It's being sponsored by Kangaroo Express and the theme is Salute Our Troops. All money made will be going to the USO and the grand prize is 2,000$. The auditions are on the 19th and I just found out about this today. I'm in major need for help with music for a routine. I'm planning on starting off with my polypro but then switch to my LED. I need a song that's really patriotic and fun…See More
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Okay, these hoops seem freaking amazing and they're only $49-59$. The cool thing is that instead of the rechargeable batteries, they take normal AA ones. I know that MoodHoops has great reviews and awesome customer service but there's a few things I was wondering about. This is going to be my first led hoop (yay) so first, they only come in 38" diameter 3/4" OD HDPE which I'm cool with, but right now the hoop I've been using a lot is only 34" polypro. Also, would the weight of the batteries…See More