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  • Local dancer to compete in "World of Dance" show

    Lee's Summit native Blake Piatczyc will be competing on the new dance competition show "World of Dance." The NBC show, which premiers May 30, features celebrity judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough. Piatczyc, 23, is also opening a nearly 12,000 square foot dance studio, BPM Dance Complex, in Lee's Summit.

Local dancer to compete in "World of Dance" show

Lee's Summit native Blake Piatczyc will be competing on the new dance competition show "World of Dance." The NBC show, which premiers May 30, features celebrity judges Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo and Derek Hough. Piatczyc, 23, is also opening a nearly 12,000 square foot dance studio, BPM Dance Complex, in Lee's Summit.
Jill Toyoshiba and Aaron Randle The Kansas City Star