Last week Wiwi suggested that Romanian pop star Elena Gheorghe cannot dance. To support that, he posted a video which shows Elena throwing her limbs around, bobbing up and down and occasionally adjusting her hair. That inspired more than 70 Romanians to e-mail Wiwi: some sent friendly messages, others sent hate mail, but all argued that Elena knows how to bust a move. After carefully reviewing the evidence, Wiwi is pleased to reveal that Elena is, like, the best dancer ever.

She’s so good that she recently placed third on Dansez Pentru Tine, the Romanian version of Dancing With the Stars. You can see highlights of her performances above (and a montage devoted to some beautiful Balkan girls). The hip-hop segment at the 0:55 mark is killer. To see the full clip from Romanian television—Elena dances to Beep by the Pussycat Dolls—you can click here. The classier among you may prefer the waltz below. Finally, Oana in Romania has sent these links where you can view Elena doing the paso doble, tango, and rock ‘n roll.

And for the record, Wiwi has always been a fan of Elena: she is the banner image on this web site (look up). Can we please call a truce, Romania?

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[…] been really obvious if she hadn’t sung her part. A non-dancing back-up singer was necessary given how much moving Elena and her fellow Balkan Girls did. Wiwi assumes that this mystery woman provides the low voice that comes on during the song’s […]

Ruxandra
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😐 This was the best edition ever .. and I say that because there were several great songs .. But .. what’s the point? Norway?! Wtf, am I deaf? What’s so great about that song? And Turkey’s song .. why so many points? Azerbaijan deserved it. I’m happy for them .. Finally, I guess it’s obvious that something was previously arranged .. I’m so sorry for my Romanians .. Elena was great .. I don’t say she deserved winning, but .. c’mon .. ?! Moldova got more points than us ?! It’s not fair. We struggle for nothing. We just… Read more »

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[…] the daughter of a priest, knows how to work the dance floor as well as the church sanctuary: she finished third on Dansez Pentru Tine, Romania’s version of Dancing With The Stars. She believes that family is the most important thing in the world. Fortunately for her, as she […]

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[…] Who Will Win Eurovision 2009? Turkey’s Hadise has dominated this poll from the beginning, but Romania’s Elena Gheorghe, the hip-shaking daughter of a priest, and Albania’s Kejsi Tola have put down surprising […]

solovastru
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solovastru

I dont think that dancing is Elena’s problem she can dance lovely dance is one of her’s passion ( especially latin dances like samba , rumba , cha-cha) she recently open a dancing schooll where she teach people how to dance.

Simon
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Simon

the less clothes you wear in the show, the better is the score;)))))

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[…] Next is Elena from Romania. Wiwi and Vebooboo are hemorrhaging (spelling?). Basically our nerves are bleeding out of […]

Andrei
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Elena can dance for sure!!!! She had participated to “Dancing with a star” and she came on 3rd place!!!!!

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[…] order, they 12 finalists are: Azerbaijan, Estonia, France, Iceland, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. Now it’s up to you to decide who deserves the […]

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[…] Eight-thousand votes have now been cast in Wiwi Bloggs’ Eurovision poll, and Turkey’s Hadise maintains a comfortable lead with 44% of all votes. However, for the first time in nine days,  Hadise has seen her lead shrink (down from Monday’s high of 49%). That’s mainly because Malta’s Chiara Siracusa is mounting a comeback. After shining during her first two rehearsals, Chiara reclaimed voter support and jumped from eighth place five days ago to second place today, claiming 10% of the vote. Azerbaijan also had stellar performances and earned 9% of the vote, helping them push Greece’s Sakis Rouvas down… Read more »

ganeen
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ganeen

if you want more dances with elena,I can give you some links:)

me
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me

Enjoy also this dance with ELENA!

http://www.protv.ro/vedete/elena-gheorghe-cornel-ogrean/video/722 – sexy tango:)

me
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me

cool wiwi! i’m glad you noticed that she can dance!! good luck ELENA! make us proud!!
best wishes!

nirgal
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thanks for the link. i’ve added it to the text. i love that dance!! i want to see that energy in her eurovision performance. it’s excellent.

ganeen
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ganeen

this ia a professionalwork!
before you inform and then you comment!
for the first time that I read this site,I think I am pleased by your work!
it’s not that Elena is Romania’s representant,but when you say bad things about her,it’s not very nice,first of all because it’s not true!
congratulations!
for those who want to watch that “killer” r’n’b’ dance may want to see this:
http://www.protv.ro/vedete/elena-gheorghe-cornel-ogrean/video/717