Dance Party USA
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This article is about the television program. For the 2006 film, see Dance Party USA (film).
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|Dance Party USA|
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|Country of origin||United States|
|Location(s)||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, Ocean City, New Jersey, USA|
|Running time||22–24 minutes (1986–87)
45–48 minutes (1987–92)
|Production company(s)||Nise Productions|
|Original channel||USA Network|
|Original run||April 12, 1986– June 27, 1992|
- 1985-1986: Dave Raymond
- 1986-1989, 1992: Andy Gury, Annette Godfrey
- 1989-1991: Bob Catalano, Heather "Princess" Day, Thomas McGuire
- 1989-1990: Amy Brady, Alvin "Spicy" Ramirez, Cindy Stark
- 1989: Christy Springfield
- 1990: Aubrey Ayala, Kelly Berridge, Chris Bustard, Pete Conicelli, Joanna Mistretta, Matt Robbins, Desiree Wynder
- Heather Day was nicknamed "Princess" on the show because she was a fan of Prince and could been seen wearing dresses or other outfits like an eye-patch that reflected her devotion to the singer. She would meet the singer in 1994, two years after Dance Party USA ended its run.
- Dealin LaValley was a dancer on the show and went on to do Law & Order and national TV commercials. He now works as a celebrity makeup artist.
- Kelly Ripa was also a dancer on the show.
- Bruce Williams, who was known as "Beastie Bruce" because he wore a VW chain as did the Beastie Boys had a rap album that did well in the Philadelphia area. It was a break off of the Philadelphia rap group "Tuff Crew".
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