I Was a 90s Dancer: The Original BBD Dancers
Debra Moton, Nikita Leone, Towilla "Tee" Lynn and Marzella "Pluke" Lewis reminisce about their dance journeys, Bell Biv DeVoe's legendary "Poison" choreography, their street style and more.
American SoulS2I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Robi Reed
The casting director remembers Labelle's iconic performance.
American SoulS2I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Nieci Payne Jenkins
The Chicago native reveals how she dealt with haters.
Soul Train Awards 2020I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Alfie Lewis
Alfie Lewis discusses how he became a Soul Train dancer, being on the show during the emergence of hip hop and the stars he worked with while there, like Will Smith and Mary J. Blige.
Soul Train Awards 2020I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Crystal McCarey
Crystal McCarey explains how luck and a family connection led to her career as a Soul Train dancer, and tells stories about performing with greats like Marvin Gaye and Little Richard.
Soul Train Awards 2020I Was a "Soul Train" Dancer: Marco De Santiago
Marco De Santiago, who was on Soul Train from 1976 to 1992, talks about his nerve-racking audition and reveals why he wasn't a fan of the iconic dance line.
Soul Train Awards 2020I Was a "Soul Train" Dancer: Terrell Ferguson
Terrell Ferguson recalls how roller-skating in Venice Beach, CA, led to a shot on Soul Train, who inspired his groovy moves and how being a dancer on the show gave him legitimacy.
I Was a Soul Train Dancer: Tom Tom Evans
Thomas Tom Tom Evans reflects on his time as a dancer on Soul Train, where he worked from 1980 to 1988 and rose to prominence with his signature moves and formal attire.
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The group reacts to the American Soul season finale.
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The viewers dissect Gerald and Ruby's backstory.