So you think you can dance? News flash: Bev knows she can dance. Lucky for you she's nice and she'll show you how, too.
Put a mic in her hand and she's trouble -- not for you, but for anybody who's trying to fake it on the dance floor (or play "I'm going to hide in the weeds"). No sir, Bev is not having it.
Don't let this sweet-looking young lady fool you. She ripped out both shoulders, simultaneously dislocating them while doing Giant Swings on a high bar in training for the 2000 Olympic gymnastics team. You could call those her "trophies of tough". By the by, she had to continue holding the bar with her dislocated shoulders for the next 20 minutes while waiting for an ambulance so the EMTs could pop them back into place properly. O-U-C-H.
Though that "setback" steered her away from Sydney, it opened up the door to dance -- and she's alright with that. Someday she may even open up her own studio. She got her education (thank you) Gaucho style in college, studying on the beaches at UC Santa Barbara. If that sounds unrealistic...you're probably right. But she does have a real (albeit somewhat sand and Freebirds burrito-stained) degree if you need proof she did something besides underwater basketweaving.
Plain and simple: when she walks in a room, she's there to get things started. And she will smile, talk, dance, shake hands and do whatever's necessary to make it happen. Just don't ask her to pull anybody too hard. That shoulder pop thing is still with her.
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