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AC Bonifacio, Kenneth San Jose praised by ‘High School Musical’ director

/ 05:31 PM February 04, 2018

Image: Instagram/@andreebonifacio

AC Bonifacio of “Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids” fame, along with American hip-hop dancer Kenneth San Jose, recently received some unexpected praise from no less than “High School Musical” choreographer and director Kenny Ortega.

Bonifacio and San Jose organized a small jam session during their dance workshop, where they danced to Chris Brown’s “Questions”. San Jose later shared footage of the session on Instagram which has since garnered over 1.7 million views.

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Ortega took notice of the video and wrote a comment: “Fantastic Jam!!!”

Image: Instagram/@kensanjose

Bonifacio and San Jose later saw the comment and excitedly thanked Ortega for his words of appreciation.

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Image: Instagram/@kensanjose

Watch the video below for the lauded dance performance. JB


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