Post by Janelle Harris The Carlton Dance is an American classic. Not quite like the Twist or the Hokey Pokey, but endearing enough to be instantly recognizable whenever someone cranks up Tom Jones’ “It’s Not Unusual” and breaks out in that infamous hip-swingin’, finger-snappin’, swirly, twirly little jig. So how amazing was it to see hundreds of people doing the Carlton Dance at the Universal Studios City Walk over the weekend in a deliciously corny attempt to break the record for largest flash mob in North America? Pretty.
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Alfonso Ribeiro's still got it. Sixteen years after the conclusion of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," and the 40-year-old actor can do the "Carlton" dance, named after his Carlton Banks character on the show, like it's still 1992. In... Read Post