Is Brandi Chun OK? Netflix's 'Dance 100' choreographer left hanging midair after stage mishap
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Brandi Chun is well known for her choreography and performance on 'Dance 100.' The Hawaiian native has brought her charismatic energy to the floor, making her team members groove to different songs every week. Well, she faced a mishap on the stage in Week 3 that left dancers, the audience, as well as the show's viewers concerned.
In Week 3, the choreographers were challenged with the task of adding elevation to their performance. And, it seemed that Brandi added pretty too much of it in hers. After the performance of Brandi's team ended, we saw the choreographer going upward in a dramatic style. She was undoubtedly attached to the safety rope when she spiraled upward. But, she was meant to come down the same way as the performance ended. However, Netflix's dance competition show's choreographer did not come back to the stage and instead was left hanging in the air. Keep reading to know whether she is okay. Until then, you can watch more such shows like 'Dancing With The Stars,' 'So You Think You Can Dance,' and more.
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Brandi Chun left everyone concerned
Brandi rolling upward after her performance was pretty normal for the audience as it was part of her performance. But, she was left in the air for a pretty long time. She was hanging for more than just a few seconds after her team members moved off the stage. This made the backstage dancers shout in concern. A dancer asked, "Why isn't she going down?" He added, "She got stuck up there." Another dancer asked, "Is she OK?" Another shouted, "Let her down." After a few seconds, Brandi came down. Thankfully, Brandi did not hurt herself and came down safely.
Brandi Chun was left 'dizzy' after the stage mishap
Brandi got a lot of cheer from the audience after her team's performance. When she came down, host Ally Rose asked, "The audience is chanting your name after that performance. What are you feeling?" To this, Brandi wittingly replied, "Dizzy." The host asked about where the thing went wrong. Ally asked Brandi, "You were up there for a little longer than the choreographer or anticipated." Brandi replied in a fun way, "I was like 1,2,3,4... I'm still up here. Why am i still up here?" Indeed, she herself was not sure what exactly went wrong and why she was left hanging for such a long time. However, Brandi explained that dancing is "show business" and that means "the show must go on" despite whatever happens.
'Dance 100' is available to stream on Netflix.