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A Night of Fun and Dance Starring the JLS Dancers and Sport Clips' Artistic Team

Lauren Salapatek | August 29, 2016 | 12:18 AM
The JLS Dancers and the Sport Clips Artistic Team performed at the 2016 CEO & AMP Convention. After a memorable performance on the red carpet, dancers were styled by members of the Sport Clips Artistic Team.

To kick off the red carpet Regi-ception at the 2016 CEA & AMP Convention, attendees were treated to an energetic performance by the JLS Dancers and the Sport Clips Artist Team. Dressed in white tuxedos, fedora and bowler hats, bow ties and sneakers, and dancing to the tune of Justin Timberlake’s summer hit, Can’t Stop the Feeling! the show set a great dynamic for the rest of the night.

After a spirited performance on the red carpet, each of the dancers were styled on stage by Sport Clips’ Artistic Team, consisting of: Erin Burton, Krystle Sierras, and Bailey Wernke with Julian Pelingero.

To style each of the looks, the team used Sexy Hair's Spray Clay and grooming products from Paul Mitchell's MITCH.

Once all of the dancers were styled and ready, they had everyone dancing together with the Cupid Shuffle, Wobble and the Nae Nae.

For more information about Sport Clips, visit www.sportclips.com.

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