Last night on Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew on MTV, Vogue Evolution, the first dance crew comprised entirely of openly gay and transgender dancers to compete on the show, continued to blow everyone away with their inspired choreography. MySpace page, Vogue Evolution is so much more:
Vogue Evolution has since moved beyond just a dance company to become an envoy that stands committed to effectively changing the lives of the LGBT community through the art of dance. Vogue Evolution works to empower Black and Latino gay youth around self-value, while educating the community on HIV/AIDS awareness, and encouraging the importance of getting tested now.Thus far, MTV has been commendable in showcasing this impressive crew of LGBT dancers. Judge JC Chasez correctly pointed out last night that they were "one of the first groups [of the night] that really connected with the audience." Oftentimes on dance competition programs, dancers' sexual orientations are rarely addressed, so it's refreshing to see five dancers who make no bones about their orientations and gender identity be featured so prominently. To view full performances, visit ABDC's official website.