AJ Ajrouche, malaki ang improvement sa pag-perform dahil sa 'To The Top'
September 22, 2015
By CHERRY SUN
Aminado ang Lebanoy na si AJ Ajrouche na hindi niya forte ang pagsayaw, ngunit hindi ito naging hadlang sa kanyang pakikipagsapalaran para abutin ang kanyang pangarap.
Ikinatuwa ni AJ nang malaman niyang napansin ng To The Top dance coaches ang kanyang pagpupursigi sa dance floor.
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Aniya, “That’s the best thing that I’ve ever heard. I thank them so much ‘coz they are the reason who made me that kind of person. They helped me a lot.”
“I started with Coach Prince, then Coach Madelle. They’re like my secret weapon in dancing. They’re really nice and I really enjoyed dancing with them. They really motivate me in everything,” patuloy nito.
Malaki man ang iginaling ni AJ tila hindi ito naging sapat para sa To The Top judges. Ang kanyang hindi pagsabay sa choreography sa showdown 8 ang naging dahilan kung bakit siya na-nominate for elimination.
“I respect that. I know I’m not good in dancing but I was pretty sure that that day I was doing my best. I just wish it wasn’t my choreography, I really think I really stepped up with that,” wika ni AJ.
Gayunpaman, hindi siya bigong uuwi mula sa competition. Nagtapos ang kanyang journey to the top pero tuloy-tuloy lang ang paglaban niya para sa nais niyang career.
“I wanted to grow and I think that worked. Right now, after the show, I’m gonna continue doing my album. I’ll be selling it to the Middle East ‘coz we got a lot of fans there,” kuwento niya.
Baon din niya ang mga magagandang alaala kasama ang kanyang fellow artists.
“Just being with the boys. Even though we’re doing work, it’s really fun. What we’re doing is we’re doing work that we love, that we want to do,” dagdag ni AJ.