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Galena Velikova: The secret of success lies in discipline

30 March 2009 / 19:03:45  GRReporter
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Are we going to see you on TV again?

I’m really hoping that “Dancing Stars” will start in Greece. Whether I will participate or not – I don’t know but I would love for it to start as a show. In Bulgaria the result was very positive. All of my colleagues are very satisfied with it. What we do, is advertised in the best possible way. People saw sport dancing under the best spotlight. They understood that it is not so hard and that you can do it for sun or just to charge your batteries. If you are not aiming to go to a competition, then everybody can learn to dance, have a better time and meet people. After all music influences our health, mind in a very positive way. This is why I hope the show will start in Greece, because the advertising of our dances is not so good here. If this happens, sport dancing will become more popular.

You took part in the Greek show “Baby dance”…


I was part of the jury in “Baby dance” on the Greek TV Alpha. The show was for children couples between 6 and 11 years old – it was very beautiful. This is a very good memory for me. There were some 6 year old couples who have already gone to 13 competitions. This was very interesting and pleasant for me. After that I was in the jury of the Bulgarian TV show “Dancing Stars.” My last part was in VIP Brother as a visitor-judge and a choreograph. These are my TV appearances and I hope there will be more in the future.

The good side of all these shows is that they advertise dancing – after all this is my life. My childhood dream is for everybody to dance, because the experience is incredible. Dancing is a wonderful world. It has nothing to do with everyday life. Dancing gives us this nice spice for desire and good moods, which is missing in our everyday living.

What do you like in Greece?

I like many things in Greece – mostly the climate. The weather is just perfect. I am constantly hearing about snow and rain and here the sun is shining. The people are very hospitable and very good. Of course, just like in any other country, there are many bad sides as well.

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