Lesbian incorporates dance move during prison performance

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Saturday, 6 May 2017

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Lizzy burning up the dance floor in prison.

Be Be See News: A leading choreographer has accused Lizzy the lesbian of "borrowing" a dance move, after the Butch Dike dancer launched a charity performamce in the Banger Prison, in Liverpool.

The dance resembles a rodeo horse ride.

According to entertainment company Push-it, a move Lizzy made on her prison CCTV video 'Jailhouse Rock' depicting the Syrian born Butch Dike's performance, shows a number of similarities with work by the Belgian choreographer Mammy Teresa De Beersmaeker.

Speaking to Danish TV, De Beersmaeker said she had not been asked permission: "I didn't know anything about this. I'm not mad, but this is unbelivable."

Reporter, Amanda Dungworth, of Be Be See News interviewed a Cockney in Soho for his opinion about the accusations brought against Lizzy.

"Tha"s a load ov'awse cack, isn"i'!" "Who in 'heir righ' mind would crea'e a shi"ty move like 'ha'? said Nathaniel Bird.

"It was a Bird from Belgium, Sir," replied Dungworth.

"Blah me, i' does make a bi' sense," exclaimed Bird.

Lizzy has not responded to the allegations from her prison cell, but her partner, Adria Liberace, has previously spoken about showing the dancer footage of Sao Paulo contemporary dance for inspiration, using magazines attained from the prison library.

She told Be-Be-See News: "I brought Lizzy a number or references, but it happened when I squatted down in the prison shower to retrieve my soap that I heard Lizzy yell, "Liberace, I have a hotdog idea!"

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