If you've not heard of Krumping, you soon will.
The form of street dance is becoming increasing popular in the UK -- but apparently, only with male dancers.
It's more aggressive style means many women choose not to get involved. And according to one dancer - they're missing out.
Jonadette Carpio wants to change perceptions, and has enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that helps give young people a voice.
How do you like to kick start your morning? Coffee? Gym?
Welll, now there's a new way of easing into your day and it's a becoming a big hit with Londoners.
Clubbing group Morning Glory are inviting commuters to wake up with dance and music at the Village Underground in Shoreditch.
Coffee and smoothies only at this event. They also offer free massages. The next one is on the 11th December.
Details here: http://www.morningglorylondon.co.uk/
A group of children made their theatrical debut at one of London's most prestigous theatres.
Pupils from four London schools have spent four months learning how to dance.
They performed today at Sadler's Wells.
Sharon Thomas was there.
The double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah has launched a dance craze. Called the 'Mobot', which is based on his victory salute on the running track, he's now calling on people to do it and film themselves to raise money for his charitable foundation. Rags Martel reports.
Dancers perform on the outside on the City Hall building as part of the One Amazing Day event. It's part of a series of cultural events being held in the run-up to the Olympics.