Dances were popularised in the late 1800s and early 1900s, with dancers playing traditional songs and singing at weddings.
But in the 1950s, the dance was largely replaced by modern dance, which was heavily influenced by the Western style.
In recent years, however, dance has been re-emerging as a popular sport, and the likes of The Beatles, David Bowie and even Lady Gaga have been involved in it.
This year’s competition, called the Chicken Dance Championship, will be staged in Milan and will take place on Saturday (February 25).
Here’s a look at the latest trends and the rules:What you need to know about the Chicken and Duck Dance Championships (ABC News: ABC News)The Chicken Dance Championships are a competition of drummers and dancers, with drummers competing against drummers, dancers competing against dancers and dancers competing in the chicken-and-duck-dance.
The main criteria is that the competitors have to be able to perform a dance at least one hour before the start of the competition, which is typically around 1:30pm (AEST).
This means that the dance competition can last for up to three hours, though it will typically last much longer in the evenings.
“It’s a big challenge, but you can still be a dancer and be really good at it,” said dancer Gianni Cali, a fellow of the Dancer’s Guild of America.
A competition like this, Cali said, is a very personal one.
It’s about how you are at the moment, and it’s about being honest with yourself, being honest about your limitations and being truthful with yourself,” she said.
There are five categories to be in: dancer, dancer-in-residence, coach, dancer and coach-in, she said, adding that there are also other categories for each of the five categories, and that the competitions are always changing.
If you’re interested in the Chicken dance competition and other dancing competitions, check out the 2018 Dancer Awards.