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    The Ice 2010 part2
    http://www.megavideo.com/?v=JPZ24CPF

    Akiko Suzuki did dance composition by herself.

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    Kanako and Florent make such a cute couple!!

    The boys' prank on Adam was

    I really enjoyed Mao/Jeff, Mao/Evgeni pairs. Now how does Mao/Yags pair sound? I know it'll make my day.

    I want to see the flawless version of Mao's amazing Ballerina No.1 (Or Ballard No.1 ) program. I hope they aired the perfect one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsima View Post
    The Ice 2010 no cut version is broadcasted Sept 11.
    I'll look forward to this. I hope they'll broadcast jump competition and more backstage stuff.

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    Thanks to all the posters for the YouTube clips! Y'all rock!

    Question: in the "Off-ice" clip posted by laire, I think I see Morosov enter the sushi joint after Florent, is that him?

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    Mao/Evgeny talk show~ so cute:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPB7qr0r9A
    Plushenko says he knows Mao could win Olympic gold in Sochi.

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    It seems the Japanese take such big bites. It's like they are forcing food into their mouths.

    Quote Originally Posted by Akira Andrea View Post
    This is an article in “Time Warp” in Japan.
    Translation into English.
    .......... Mao Asada showed an adult-like and romantic performance with a snow white costume.
    July 26th, 2010 JST

    Asada who greets twenty years old soon showed a performance with the costume which was opened the back widely.
    Her performance made an adult woman feel.
    The strange thing is that Mao can project a pure, sweet, innocent, wholesome image no matter what she wears. Joannie can do this somewhat, but not as well as Mao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrouFrou View Post
    Thanks to all the posters for the YouTube clips! Y'all rock!

    Question: in the "Off-ice" clip posted by laire, I think I see Morosov enter the sushi joint after Florent, is that him?
    It is Morozov!
    Why is he even there when Miki isn't in the show?!

    Mao Asada Chopin Ballade No. 1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a95fv1e1WoE

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    I am sure he has many friends and is welcome all over as he was coach of Arakawa!!

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    I guess so. Still wish Miki was there instead of that bastard. Thanks for the Mao clip, wnstnluv. Her performance has become more refined since the DOI show.

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    nsima, thank you so much for the links!

    I loved Mao's program, it has improved a lot since Dreams on Ice. Better timing and more effortless twizzles. Lovely.

    The opening and ending were awesome! I especially loved the musical-themed opening.

    Jeff's program was gorgeous.

    Kanako looks so confident! She goes into her jumps with a lot of attack, and her 3S-2L-2L is awesome. Her spiral positions improved a bit, too.

    Wow, Akiko choreographed her EX program by herself? She did a great job. I'm not a big fan of Tennessee Waltz, but that program was lovely to watch. And what a gorgeous dress.

    Japanese skaterboys pick the best music - first Nobu got me hooked on Jamie Callum's music, and now Taka on Safety Dance. Lovely steps!

    Shen & Zhao were lovely. And their costumes!

    The backstage clips were adorable. The skaters seemed to have great time together.

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    Murakami is getting more and more lady-like every time she takes the ice.

    Plushenko's program is fantastic as always.

    Personally I find Mao's new gala a bit too slow and sleepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wnstnluv View Post
    Mao Asada Chopin Ballade No. 1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a95fv1e1WoE

    The fact Tarasova choreographed this extremely lyrical, serene and ethereal program is still amazing.
    I think it's too early to call this Ballad no.1 a masterpiece like Por Una Cabeza or Caprice but I think this program has great potential.


    Quote Originally Posted by wnstnluv View Post
    It is Morozov!
    Why is he even there when Miki isn't in the show?!
    That's what I thought when I recognized him. It was nice to see him for 2 seconds though. I used to be a big fan of his. circa 2002?

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    Mao's Ballade No. 1 in HD quality
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vdvNy7FzK8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lombardia412 View Post

    The fact Tarasova choreographed this extremely lyrical, serene and ethereal program is still amazing.
    I think it's too early to call this Ballad no.1 a masterpiece like Por Una Cabeza or Caprice but I think this program has great potential.
    Perfectly put.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lombardia412 View Post
    That's what I thought when I recognized him. It was nice to see him for 2 seconds though. I used to be a big fan of his. circa 2002?
    I hope my eye-popping smilie didn't send off a bad impression. I just was genuinely surprised he was there.

    Quote Originally Posted by lucca View Post
    Mao's Ballade No. 1 in HD quality
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vdvNy7FzK8
    Thank you!!

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    Chukyou TV made an official page.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/theiceCTV

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    Wow, I'm surprised Joannie skated to "Die another Die" to be honest!!

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    Sigmund Freud - Analyze that!!!

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    Mao Asada, Miki Ando, Daisuke Takahashi, Takahiko Kozuka, Takeshi Honda, Cathy Reed and Chris Reed,
    Jeffrey Buttle, Adam Rippon, Joannie Rochette, Mirai Nagasu, Evgeni Plushenko, Laura Lepisto, Sarah Meier,
    Michal Brezina, Sasha Cohen, Xue Shen and Hongbo Zhao, Shizuka Arakawa, and more.......
    Wow.
    Who's coming next?

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    Ooops!
    I posted in the wrong thread. Sorry.

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    ^ No worries. Most probably know it's JO.

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