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Ballroom Fanatics Learn From DWTS Pros In Lexington

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Updated: 1/03/2013 10:39 pm
It was a  lesson to remember for ballroom fanatics in Lexington Thursday night.

Dancing With The Stars pros Anna Trebunskaya and Jonathan Roberts are in town to perform in the production "Ballroom With a Twist".

Ticket holders were invited to a special 45-minute group ballroom dance lesson Thursday evening at Rupp Arena.

Fans were able to learn some of the sizzling dance moves that they'll see in the critically acclaimed production.

The five performances of 'Ballroom With a Twist' run Friday through Sunday.

The show is choreographed by Dancing with the Stars' Louis Van Amstel.

And its presented by the Broadway Live series at the Lexington Opera House.

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