Bloomers--hi. that's a very good point.Originally Posted by Bloomers;3741237;
It doesn't make his dances more enjoyable however. They seem somewhat mechanical because there is all that emotion missing.
For me--one of my major criteria for how well a dance is done is how much emotion is expressed.
All I have to do is think of Gilles' tango and that makes Mark--unfortunately--seem like a very young person trying to express the complex emotions of love gained and lost--and the cynicism that accompanies such losses--feel like watching a newlywed couple trying to talk about "how to have a long marriage."
Mark is an adult who has been through at least some of the trials and tribulations of adulthood.
And yet his emotional quotient for his dances is even lower than Aaron's.
I'd love to see Mark grow and bloom in this area--it would make his dancing so much richer.
IMO only of course.