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Carrie Ann Inaba's first major network television specials. She also choreographed and performed some of her own solos. See more »

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God Bless The Child
Written by Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog Jr.
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Extremely Corny
9 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

I'm rating this children's mini series a 2 only because I had a teenage crush on Andrew Keegan. I even taped the episodes so I could laugh over and over again. It's hard to explain this show but it's basically a bunch of teenagers singing and dancing and the teenage host teaching other kids about music. It's confusing but the finale with Kool Moe Dee rapping is priceless. I know this will never be seen again on television because ABC probably locked it away in a vault somewhere. But it's totally worth watching if you were or are a Andrew Keegan fan. He's looks really young about 13 or 14 years old. He's the only thing worth watching to me.


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