I think that Alison would have laughed her head o at Team Ford, as we prance around
in our running kit.
I think Alison would have laughed her head off at Team Ford as we prance around
in our running kit.
DANCING dog Pudsey is going to prance around
Style in a routine at the National Television Awards.
And she just loves to prance around
in an itsy bitsy teeny weeny usually wet bikini.
The 54-year-old singer had planned to prance around
in her new music video, and possibly on stage, dressed as a "Terror Bride" as a comment on women's oppression and war.
Yet after consulting 'sources close to the Prince of Wales', I can reveal he really is a man of he people and that the photo ban has only been imposed because he intends to prance around
the royal estate in the Robbie Blake 'Bad Beat Bob' tribute underpants, which he has asked Camilla to buy him from the Turf Moor club shop.
RAUNCH AND ROLL Britney and her dancers prance around
in the saucy video for single 3
Watching Ferns prance around
in leather trousers and a gas mask is funny, so it's a shame he garbles his lines.
The weather is hot and steamy and the locals prance around
in skimpy clothes and shamelessly expose their necks at every opportunity.
99 toy, which is flying off the shelves at Pets at Home stores, rustles and squeaks as the pooches prance around
, helping them move in time to the music.
Posh and Co will be earning millions of pounds to prance around
stage dressed up to the nines in front of thousands of their adoring fans.
There's Patrick, certainly, who has been directed by John Bonito (or perhaps left to his own devices) to prance around
like a psychotic ringleader.
Noah's Arc is another step-and-fetch freak show about muscle-bound stereotypes who prance around
calling each other "fag.
Wearing homemade ostrich costumes ingeniously constructed from mop handles, vacuum hoses, and papiermache, the four members of the immediate Ben-Ner family prance around
a wooded area that looks suspiciously like Manhattan's Riverside Park.
All too often they are an excuse for some ``has been'' or ``wannabe'' to prance around
in an ill-fitting costume in some dysfunctional choreography to the mangled version of a dubious recent chart hit.