Retired Federal Employee
The Teenarama Dance Party, Wook-TV reminded me of Soul Train back in the day.
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Being apart of the Teenarama Dance Party, Wook-TV, I enjoyed co-hosting the show for Bob King. As a Regular, I Rated the Records, the Miles Long Sandwich Commercial, meeting and chatting with several entertaining celebrities, getting acquainted with other dancers, and being televised six days a week from the show. I also felt like a celebrity star of the show. My sister, Carolyn and I couldn't wait to leave school, took two buses, and walked across a big field near Takoma Park, Riggs Road, and Chillum area to get the show before and after becoming Regulars on the show. My family and friends couldn't wait for the show to come on and later on, they would informed me what I was wearing. I was nicknamed, Christie/Christy Love, Ms. Boogaloo and/or Christine, the Dancing Machine. I just wished there were still footages of the show from back then. We had to climb a hill near the back door of the show, formed a line to get into the show after the Regulars. But in all, I enjoyed every minute of it. Since then, I've won several dancing, modeling, singing, and talent contests.