The “Prancing Elite” are an all-male dancing squad out of Mobile, Alabama.

Many people have come out against the group but the dance group plans to continue despite the backlash. The “Prancing Elite” thanked people for their support on their Facebook:

“Thanks for the support..we work very hard to get to where we are..sometimes day in and day out..long late night practices and even early morning practices..we have a passion for the art of DANCE, so no matter how we perform it..its our EXPRESSION OF ART”

19 thoughts on “Alabama’s All-Male Dancing Squad ‘Prancing Elite’ (VIDEO)

  1. Collean, get off of it! What I feel and believe is not going to change because your morals have. I don’t want to raise my children in that type of environment. I have plenty of compassion. I wouldn’t boo them, or be rude, but I still have a right to my opinion, just as they have the right to twist like girls.

  2. This is clearly not cheer-leading…. I cheered for 10+ years both competitive and non-competitive and not one time did we dance or dress like this…..I have no problem with them want to dance or dress in that manner….but please give them the correct title

  3. Collean, you’re clearly and advocate for right versus wrong based on your responses to others post. Therefore, why are you coming to the defense of boys coming to a family event dancing and dressing like they’re females. I’m sorry but that is wrong with our society we choose to advocate certain wrongs while defending others. I’m sorry I don’t want them twisting and twirling in front of my kids.

  4. What the what? Men acting like women, women acting like men and they are trying to say that this is “normal”? For who? This is ridiculous…

      • Collean Wilson on said:

        You don’t have to dance Tami. Progressive means to move forward. If you want to sit in the mud and be judgemental, by all means go ahead. Just don’t cry when you are stepped by the rest of us who want a loving, peaceful future.

      • I’m more than happy to answer your question. Not only can I keep up with him, but I’m a fitness pro with an extensive dance background, and won numerous awards. Dancing beside me would make them look like they were standing still. But, I digress. I never said he couldn’t keep up. I said he was big. And he is. What did I say that was wrong?

      • Collean Wilson on said:

        kay – the tone in what you wrote is perfectly clear to anyone that has been bullied. You were being catty about his size, never mind the fact that it obvious he has practiced and works well with the group. Ms Fitness pro, the more he dances the better shape he will obtain. Your cheap shot about the “ass slapping” is another bullying bullet point. How would you feel if someone said what you said about him to you. Compassion is lacking in the world. Before you say it, think.

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