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Local Latin dancer to salute Michael Jackson

By Liz Wylie

8:16 AM Tuesday May 9, 2017Add a comment

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Nevaeh Nemani 8, will join her award winning sister Shenaragh in saluting Michael Jackson. Photo Stuart Munro

Last year, she was New Zealand's first disabled dancer to compete at the World Latin Dance Cup in Miami.

Shenaragh Nemani 21, came home with a first place trophy for the limitess division and an invitation to perform at the Unity Michael Jackson Tribute show in Los Angeles happening on May 27.

Unity is a Latin tribute to the late pop star and members of the Jackson family along with artists Quincy Jones, Judith Hill and Yanis Marshall will be there.

Sheraragh's dance partner at the world cup was Ken Hudson - her "brother from another mother" and son ofPetera and Marie Louise Hudson of Salsa on the Awa.

"She has ditched him now and got herself a new partner," says Petera Hudson.

"In L A her partner will be Edwin Rivera who is something a godfather in the world of salsa.

"He is originally from Puerto Rico but he's based in the US now and he travels the world doing Latin dance."

Despite having cerebral palsy, which has kept her bound to a wheelchair during her 21 years, Shenaragh showed interest in Latin dance as a small child.

With support from her parents and the Hudson family, she has been able to participate in something she loves.

Shenaragh's support crew for the L A trip will be mum Cheryl, dad Sam and sister Nevaeh. Nevaeh 8, says she is very excited to be travelling to America for the first time and hopes to get the chance to visit Disneyland.

Shenaragh's dance costume is ready and the family plan to leave Whanganui on May 18 and get a bit of sight-seeing in before the big event.

Click here to see Shenaragh's award winning dance and speech at the World Latin Dance Championships last December.

- Wanganui Chronicle

By Liz Wylie

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