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The Blings are best friends, and they bond because of their love for dance.

The girls have spent years perfecting their hip-hop tunes, and now they may be able to shine after qualifying on the world stage.

“We used to be called Mini Blings, but then we got too old, so now we have to be called Blings,” Stevie said.

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The Blings are best friends, and they bond because of their love for dance.
The Blings are best friends, and they bond because of their love for dance. (current events)

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Giselle, Stevie and Chloe are the bling three.

It takes more than talent to be a strong hip-hop group, the girls say.

“The game was tough and we had to train very hard,” Steve said.

The girls have spent years perfecting their hip-hop tunes, and now they may be able to shine after qualifying on the world stage.
The girls have spent years perfecting their hip-hop tunes, and now they may be able to shine after qualifying on the world stage. (current events)

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It’s also about clothing.

“These costumes represent our personalities, like my steam train, because that’s my nickname…the steam train,” Stevie said.

“My dad, he made our pants … they had graffiti on the legs that said ‘blings,'” Chloe said.

With the help of dance teacher Miss Cass, the Blings decided to put their skills to the test and entered a competition this year called Hip Hop International.
With the help of dance teacher Miss Cass, the girls decided to put their skills to the test in this year’s competition called Hip Hop International. (current events)

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It’s also about faces.

“You have to get your face to match the beat and the music,” Giselle said.

But the Blings say their greatest weapon is each other.

“We’re all great, you know, and put together … just on another level,” Steve said.

So the girls, with the help of dance teacher Miss Cass, decided to put their skills to the test and compete in this year’s International Hip Hop Competition.

“It was our first time playing and we were a little nervous because it was the biggest team in Australia,” Cass said.

They were knocked out in Sydney qualifiers but they didn’t give up and tried their luck again in Canberra.

Giselle, Stevie and Chloe are the bling three.
Giselle, Stevie and Chloe are the bling three. (current events)

“We just thought we’d do our best and see what happens, yes, and then the girls ended up qualifying for the national team, so we went to Queensland,” Cass said.

“They really work hard and they have the opportunity to go to the US, so yes, they really want to represent Australia.”

Blings is one of five Australians who qualify for the World Championships in the junior division, but the dream wouldn’t come true without sponsors to help them get there.

“When I found out we could go, my stomach really fell because I said ‘oh no’ because they would be very disappointed because we couldn’t get them there,” Cass said.

Sending the Blings to Arizona in August will cost at least $60,000, not including parents.

“It’s also a big problem in such a short period of time. I still don’t think we fully understand it,” Josie said.

I interviewed dance moms Josie, Natalie and Gemma.

“We’ve all watched TV shows, you know Toddlers and Headwear With crazy dancing moms. is it you? “I asked.

“I think we’re the most relaxing dance moms you can get, we just help each other and lean on each other, not like that,” Gemma said.

It takes a village to get their girls to the hip-hop Olympics.

“Even if we work 24 hours a day, we still won’t cut it, so we need help,” Gemma said.

“It’s the last year they’ve been dancing together, and they’re a couple of different age groups, so starting next year, they have to break up, and it’s really a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for them,” Josie said.

Joel Gallarde from Hip Hop International Australia said it was important.

“The World Championships, there will be more than 4,000 dancers from all over the world,” Garrard said.

“There are cash prizes, but I think the ultimate prize is just street cred.”

The thought brought Cass to tears.

“It makes me want to cry…I just don’t know…I really love my kids,” Cass said.

“I’d be happy if we could go to America,” Chloe said.

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