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Electric Circus is back!



If you’re like me, you spent much of the late 90s and early 2000s watching Muchmusic’s Electric Circus from your home, by yourself and eating ketchup chips.  I’m no dancer, but to me the show was what all the cool people were doing in Toronto. I thought it was awesome and I freakin’ loved it!

Well since the show’s cancellation, I know I’m not the only one that ached for the nostalgia and fun times that was the original Electric Circus and now the wait for the show’s return is….OVER!

Much announced today that the mother of all dance parties will be back for a one-night-only, New Year’s Eve edition of  Much’s iconic dance show. Electric Circus: NYE Dance will air live from MuchMusic HQ in downtown Toronto, Saturday Dec. 31 from 10 p.m. ET to 12:15 a.m. ET.  It will be hosted by Tyrone “T-RexXx” Edwards and NML’s  Liz Trinnear.

Guys.  Do you know how exciting this is?  I’m currently figuring how I can get my bald head to Toronto and be one of the hundreds of dancers that will take over the studio.  I want to dance in the window!  I want to grind against an intern’s desk!  I want be one of those cool people I always dreamed about being when I was a teenager!

This. Is. My. Chance.

While I’m busy stretching and getting ready to get my dance on, I’ll be watching this video to help inspire my night of dancing.

Oh, welcome back Electric Circus!


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