Alexa to judge reality show

The upcoming dance reality show High Fever…Dance Ka Naya Tevar on &TV is creating quite a stir in the industry, as the makers have roped-in popular faces to judge the show.

Alexa to judge reality show

ON PANEL: Dana Alexa

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The upcoming dance reality show High Fever…Dance Ka Naya Tevar on &TV is creating quite a stir in the industry, as the makers have roped-in popular faces to judge the show. From glamorous diva Lara Datta to technical maestro Ahmed Khan, the show has best of the lot. And now, international choreographer Dana Alexa is all set to make her Indian television debut as a judge.

Shared Dana, “I have always admired India’s rich cultural heritage. The warmth of this country defines how strongly and emotionally connected everyone is. It would be a delight to see these emotions come alive through dance. Dance is a lot more than just a passion, it’s my life. I have travelled the world and trained people across the world, but am really looking forward to being a part of Indian television for the first time through High Fever… Dance Ka Naya Tevar. With my expertise in international dance styles, I hope to bring a fresh perspective to the table. The talent in this country is immense.”

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