‘Fixer-Upper’ themed dance finishes first in ‘Lip Sync’


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Members from Sigma Sigma Sigma and Sigma Tau Gamma dance to their rendition of the Lifetime TV show “Dance Moms” during “Lip Sync” competition. Participants showcased their dance and enacted an episode from the show.

Baptist Collegiate Ministry earned win at “Lip Sync” competition with their performance themed “Fixer-Upper” based on HGTV’s series ran by Chip and Joanna Gaines.

The annual “Lip Sync” competition was held on Thursday, Oct. 10 in the University Center from 8-10 p.m.  The Student Government Association hosted the event.

The event was based on the reality TV theme for Homecoming Week “Keeping it Real with Roomie.” Participating organizations were asked to create a dance that revolved around the theme.

Organizations used themes from TV shows like “The Bachelor,” “Survivor,” “Keeping up With the Kardashians,” “Dance Moms” among others. 

Olivia King, junior social work major and member of BCM, discussed her experience as a fan in the “Lip Sync” competition. 

“There was so much support from everyone in BCM just seeking for ways to help out, and I am so thankful for this experience, having many genuine relationships formed,” said King. “All of the other teams did awesome as well, and I love that we can come together and all do this with one another.”

Following BCM’s victory was Alpha Sigma Tau and Delta Tau Delta placing second, with Sigma Sigma Sigma and Sigma Tau Gamma following third. 

For more information on how to stay updated with the rest of this week’s Homecoming events, visit SGA’s website for their calendar of events.