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Practice English Speaking&Listening with: Andy Zenor Finds Dancers and a Tibetan Throat Singer on the L.A. Metro

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All right, let's talk about this show.

I am always looking for new talent

to introduce to the world.

Recently, I sent Andy Zenor to the L.A. metro station

in North Hollywood to find talented people.

I discovered two things, really.

One, Andy Zenor will do anything that I ask him to do.

And, also, L.A. has a metro station.


Didn't know that.

He also found a lot of talent, so I sent him back.


Another beautiful day at the L.A. metro,

so let's go find some talent.

(SINGING) In the sha-ha, sha-la-low.

In the sha-la, sha-la, la-la-low.

I'm off the deep end.

Watch as I dive in.

I'll never meet the ground.


Thank you very much.

Thank you very, very much.

You are very talented.

Thank you for that.

Well, so are you.

How about a shout-out for the ladies.

Oh, thank you guys.

Mate, you're amazing.

(SINGING) 'Cause we're ordinary people,

maybe we should take it slow.

Maybe we should.

(SINGING) Take it slow.

Everybody's got a talent.

Diego, what's yours?

My fingers, they do this.

Is it a talent?

Still on the metro and looking for talent,

and I am here with--


A'jayla, what is your talent?

I can twerk.


(SINGING) They call me Dripeesha.

Look at that drip, drip, drip.

Her swag is so lit, lit, lit.

You are twerking, that's for sure.

All right.

You never know what you're going to find on the metro.

Hey, there's my friend Kalen.


[LAUGHS] Talent.

Now we've got some talent.

Oh, you're not Kalen.

Wait a minute.

I'm looking for talent today.

You got any talent?

Yes, Tibetan throat singing.

I don't know.

Where do I start with that?

Do you need anything for this or could you just go?

I can just go.

All right.


I've never actually twerked, and I don't know that I can.

Oh, you should try sometime.


(SINGING) My legs still twerking, so I'm running late.

I don't think that I'm twerking.

I don't have a lot in the back, but I'm trying.





Press from the stomach.



(SINGING) Last time.

As I walk--

Wait, do it again.

Do it again.

I think I got it.

I'm feeling something.

(SINGING) Dripeesha, bounce that ass.

Dripeesha, bounce that ass.

I'm letting out too much air.

I appreciate you.

You're doing a great job.

Can you twerk?

A little bit.

No, really?



(SINGING) Call me Dripeesha.

Tibetan throat singing and twerking.

Let's see them both at the same time, OK?


This is Kayla.

Kayla, what is your talent?

I'm a dancer.

I met a lot of talent here today.

Do you think you can put something together

for a big group?

Yeah, I think I already got something up my sleeve.


(SINGING) I know that I can't take no more, it ain't no lie.

I wanna see you out that door.

Baby, bye, bye, bye.

Bye, bye.

Don't wanna be a fool for you.

Just another player in your game for two.

You're not gonna find more talent than we've found today

at the metro.


(SINGING) Bye, bye, bye.

Bye, bye.



All of those people were there.

We didn't bring any of those people there.


That whole group of people became

dancers, which was wonderful.

See how we bring people together.

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