When he’s not helping to save lives in Westmead Hospital’s Emergency Department, 23-year-old registered nurse Bilal Rifai is practicing his hip-hop moves. It’s his love of dance that took him to the world of reality television recently, one of four members of a dance troupe called ‘The Medical Team’. Bilal joined three other medicos, Bella, Victor and Caitlin, to take on teams from eleven other vocations, ranging from airlines, marketing, printing and zoo keeping. Dance Boss ran over eight episodes on the Seven Network during 2018, with teams competing for points each night in front of host Dannii Minogue and judges Sharni Vinson, Timomatic and Adam Garcia. In late August the final episode aired with a dance-off for the grand final. “It’s probably the best thing I ever did in my life, really,” Bilal told The Pulse. “Awesome to actually get to do that hobby you sort of put in the background, full time, for a few weeks,” he said. Read more on thepulse.org.au
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Which of our @danceboss performances was your favourite?? 😍
Ps. For anyone who didn’t catch on - the things we’re holding/ripping up in this battle routine are the Marketing Guys’ fliers which they handed out as part of their Episode 1 routine!! 😂
Love that we get to show our versatility by being thrown all these different styles! Commercial jazz, hip hop, a sassy heels routine, and then contemporary! Can you guess what style we’ll be doing next episode? 😏😍 #danceboss#teampublicservants@publicservants