Host & Judges

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Jennifer Small - Executive Producer

Trained teacher
Board Member, JCDC (Jamaica Cultural Development Commission) - 1996 to present.
Fund-Raising committee member for Jamaica Aids Support.
Broadcaster on Hitz 92 FM with flagship programme Blast-Off/ Jenny Jenny Show.
Awarded Top Radio Broadcaster for 2004 and 2005.
Manager, Jenny Jenny Productions.
Radio and television Producer.
Miss Manchester - 1995
Miss Jamaica Festival Queen - 1995
Renowned Compere in Jamaica

Matthew "Badda Bling" Mothersill - Host

Matthew Mothersill also known as Badda Bling is one of the hosts of the Dancin’ Dynamites Competition. He is also Disc Jock/Selector, Entertainer and Youth Development Worker. Entertainment is a passion for Badda Bling and he dives right in giving it 200% each time. This past student of Knockalva Technical High School and Warren-Hall High adds energy and excitement to any stage and certainly this he does on the Charles Chocolate Dancin Dynamites stage.

Kerry-Ann Henry - Judge

Kerry-Ann Henry is the female judge in the Dancin’ Dynamites Competition. She is a trained dance teacher with dance techniques ranging from Modern to Afro-Haitian and Jazz. A Professional Dance teacher who have worked with prestigious institutions such as the Springs Dance Co. (London), Salvation Army, East Anglia, (England), National Dance Theatre Co. (Jamaica), and Islington Arts Factory (London), have performed and choreographed dances such as The Lion King and Dansepyenu is as multitalented and multifaceted as they come. She currently holds a MA in Theatre and Development from the University of East Anglia and is currently pursuing a Dip. Ed (To be completed in May 2009) at the Edna Manley School of the Visual and Performing Arts.

Orville Hall – Judge

Associates Degree in Performing Arts
Lecturer, Excelsior Community College
Professional dancer
Actor Boy Award nominee for Best Choreography, 2006.
Lead dancer, Dance Xpressions

Kimberly "Weezy" Hyman – Judge

Kimberly "Weezy" Hyman, was born on Dec 14,1989 Trained in Dance Theatre and Production at Edna Manley School of Dance. She is featured in many music videos : Drake and Mavado "Find Your Love", Elephant Man "Nuh Linga", Shaggy and Alison Hinds "Let my love go" just to name a few. Dancing is Weezy's Life.

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