My princesses and I had a fun time with Nickelodeon on a lovely Saturday not long ago. We attended the Make It Pop Dance Workshop at Street Nation dance studio, Bandar Sunway and learnt through the steps of becoming a pop sensation with an original dance routine featured in the show by an experienced dance instructor. It was fun and my girls enjoyed it a lot.
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Once the dance workshop was over, we had watched Make It Pop episode 1 together while having some refreshments.
Research from Viacom International Media Networks’ The Next Normal study found that listening to music and watching television are two of the top activities children between 9 and 14 years old enjoy when they are stressed.Make It Pop features original songs and performances with a modern pop twist and an EDM beat from the show’s emerging, real-life group, XO-IQ.
The show’s cast includes Lee, an ethnic Korean who is a young rising superstar and YouTuber who debuted as a singer in South Korea and Tronco, a Canadian of Filipino descent who appeared in her first professional theatre gig at the age of eight and has gone on to act in television shows and a movie. Tham, who was born in Singapore and is of Malaysian, Chinese, Dutch and Ukrainian heritage, marks her first television starring role with Make It Pop.
Make It Pop is co-created by Thomas W. Lynch (The Secret World of Alex Mack, South of Nowhere) and Nick Cannon (Nickelodeon HALO Awards) and produced by DHX Media. Lynch and Cannon will serve as executive producers together with DHX Media’s Steven DeNure and Anne Loi. The musical direction of the series is being led by Bill Silva Entertainment, with music supervision by Peter Coquillard and Pilar McCurry of Silva Music Publishing. XO-IQ is managed by Bill Silva Management. Nickelodeon announced in May this year that the series has been renewed for a second season.