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Florence and the Machine Live Tonight On ‘Dancing With The Stars’

Posted by on October 12, 2010 at 4:42 PM EST

florence and the machineFlorence and the Machine will perform live tonight on the ‘Dancing With The Stars’ results show.

Hot off their very well received and interesting performance at the VMA‘s Florence and the Machine return to prime time with a performance on tonight’s live Dancing With the Stars results show.

Florence and the Machine gave what many people thought was the performance of the night at this year’s VMA‘s and they have been on fire since them. They were recently selected to be the opening act for the North American leg of U2‘s up and coming world tour. Their album also took a huge leap on the charts and saw them getting more and more radio airplay.

The London-based singer (Florence) and her band (The Machine) are set to do an acoustic version of their hit song “Dog Days Are Over.” The Machine is actually made up mostly of session musicians. The lineup for the Machine varies depending on what kind of performance Florence has planned. The debut album by Florence and the Machine, “Lungs” was released in 2008 and slowly built up a fan base before finally catching on and topping the charts in the UK. It broke the Billboard top 40 in the US and has sold over 10 million copies worldwide.

While I find many of the performances on the Dancing With the Stars to be a little out-of-place or simply not impressive, this is a brilliant choice. The music made by Florence and the Machine is suited for dance and has a rhythm and feel to it that calls for it to be choreographed to. Add to that the fact that she can actually sing well live and she should light up the stage.

Florence and the Machine always put something special together whenever they perform on TV so look for an interesting, eclectic performance that should be the highlight of the live DWTS results show.



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