Billy Crawford slays dance with Teacher Georcelle; she confesses: ‘I am your no.1 fan’ | Inquirer Entertainment

Billy Crawford slays dance with Teacher Georcelle; she confesses: ‘I am your no.1 fan’

/ 03:40 PM March 20, 2018

International R&B superstar Billy Crawford proves he still has it.

Crawford jammed with Choreographer-to-the-stars Teacher Georcelle and he just drew the online community nuts over his ever jaw-dropping dance moves.


I AM YOUR No.1 FAN BILLY JOE!!! @billycrawford 👊🏽 #danceartist #choreographybybillycrawford #gforcedancecenter @gdc_qc

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In another video, he jammed this time with the entire G-Force crew.

#billycrawfordchoreography at #gforcedancecenter @gdc_qc @billycrawford

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Showcasing his clean moves, on-point locks and hip-hop swag, Crawford just gave everyone a glimpse of what he has in store for his fans especially now that he’s firm in going back to performing.

Before he became a regular host at Kapamilya noontime show “It’s Showtime,” he was known as an international singer/dancer that has sold over two million records worldwide and produced numerous international hits.

In past interviews, he said he was “half and half” at missing his international career. While he misses performing on global stage, he said he is also happy at what he does here – hosting.  But then just recently, he officially moved to Viva Artists Agency after being under the management of Arnold Vegafria for over 10 years.

Last year, he had a successful concert with his showbiz best friends JayR and Kris Lawrence for “Soul Brothers” at the Kia Theater. It was Crawford’s concert stage comeback in a long time.

He is known for singing the theme song of the worldwide anime phenomenon, “Pokemon” in 1999 where he joined the likes of global superstars Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, *NSYNC and M2M for the official soundtrack of the movie. It was then succeeded by such hits as “Trackin” in 2002, “Steamy Nights” in 2005 and the “Last Song Syndrome”-worthy dance hit “Bright Lights” in 2005.

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