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Stuck at home and unable to meet with family and friends, many fun-loving Brits recreated a night out by turning to virtual raves, kitchen discos and Zoom parties to get through lockdown. And with bars, clubs and music venues set to reopen later this month, it appears some are starting to feel a bit nervous about hitting the dance floor again with moves a little on the rusty side after such a long time away.
Ahead of the much-anticipated return to the dancefloor on July 19th, new research released today from Groupon reveals the overwhelming majority (83%) feel their dancing skills are rusty after nearly an 18-month hiatus. And actually, the thought of stepping onto the dancefloor is the biggest fear for 17%.
To help out-of-touch Brits get prepped for the ultimate clubbing experience, Groupon is launching “Get Your Glad Drag On“. A workshop based in London with renowned drag queen, Cheryl Hole, who will teach a nightclub refresher course on how to paint a fierce face of make-up, how to slay it on the dancefloor and offer a bank showstopping chat up lines for flirting IRL. Lucky participants will also get to witness Cheryl perform the iconic Death Drop.
Aston spoke to Cheryl Hole, former contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
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