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`Vampire Dance' To Be As Popular As `Vogue?'

Songstress <B>Lisa McClowry</B> is hoping her new sexy `Vampire Dance' takes the world by storm like <B>Madonna's</B> `Vogue.' It's featured in a music video
for `Born Twice' off her new <I>Time Signatures</I> album.

Songstress Lisa McClowry is hoping her new sexy `Vampire Dance' takes the world by storm like Madonna's `Vogue.' It's featured in a music video for `Born Twice' off her new Time Signatures album.

Monday, July 26, 2010 0:43 GMT

CHICAGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Twilight and True Blood have taught us how vampires live, love, and fight, but how do bloodsuckers dance?

Very, very seductively, according to pop singer Lisa McClowry, who plays a mortal-turned-vampire in her new music video for “Born Twice,” debuting worldwide this Thursday (Jul. 29) on IVA’s singingfool.com.

The steamy video was written and directed by Fright Night horror legend Tom Holland, and McClowry says the creepy choreography will unveil exactly how mysterious vampires boogie.

McClowry likens her “primal, overtly sexual” moves to those seen in Dirty Dancing, only with fangs and blood.

After watching the “Vampire Dance,” she says viewers will “need a cold shower.”

She also thinks the racy routine has potential to catch on as the latest dance craze, much like Madonna’s “Vogue” did in the ’80s.

She says slithering around like a vampire is “freeing,” especially for her, since she’s a nice, innocent Midwest girl who’s previously sung in cartoons and TRESemme shampoo commercials.

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