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    Donyelle Jones - Season 2



    Donyelle Jones

    Age: 26

    Hometown:

    Studio City, CA

    Occupation:

    Jazz and Hip-Hop Specialist

    She is currently a teacher and choreographer.
    "Walking on poetry...she's a monologue in shakespearean tragedy"

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    She's my favorite so far! I felt bad when she said that she was too big to be a dancer and nearly quit because of it. This girl has a fantastic body!

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    She is my favorite. I would love for her to win. Beautiful girl and when she did Brian's choreography she turned the heat up. Sizzle! Pop!

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    She's gorgous and a brillant dancer she's difinantly in my top picks. I want to see her go along way.
    "Walking on poetry...she's a monologue in shakespearean tragedy"

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    I think she will be one of the fan favorite's and make it fairly far in the competition... too soon to see if she will be a threat or not to win, we'll see how she adapts to other styles
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    She is in my top 3. Donyelle, Martha and Alison. Beatiful woman, very genuine.

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    She's definitely one of my favorites too (along with Travis, Martha, Allison, and Jaymz despite the ridiculous spelling of his name).

    Her movement is just so exciting to watch- makes me want to join in!
    And I sing sometimes like my life is at stake because you're only as loud as the noises you make.

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    Yes and her mother needs to be punished for making up such a stupid name such as Donyelle. Making up names is huge in some cultures. My favorite two are Fashionette and Smurfette. Yes, the latter appeared on Peoples Court. Can you just picture a 14 year old pregnant child sitting on the couch watching cartoons and eating junk food? Groan, and there is always Sheneekqua (am I spelling that right, LOL!) and all the other made up "African" names. Groan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogbat View Post
    Yes and her mother needs to be punished for making up such a stupid name such as Donyelle. Making up names is huge in some cultures. My favorite two are Fashionette and Smurfette. Yes, the latter appeared on Peoples Court. Can you just picture a 14 year old pregnant child sitting on the couch watching cartoons and eating junk food? Groan, and there is always Sheneekqua (am I spelling that right, LOL!) and all the other made up "African" names. Groan
    It's really not right or respectful to criticize other cultures about what they choose to name their children...

    Anyway, back to Donyelle...she's definately my favorite girl, and probably my favorite of all the dancers (although the gay in me is telling me to root for Travis ) I've actually been rooting for her since her very first audition, LA I think. I hope she gets to perform lyrical soon, she rocked it at her audition!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolyesterKing View Post
    It's really not right or respectful to criticize other cultures about what they choose to name their children...
    You are absolutely right. I apologize.

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