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Keoikantse 'Keo' Motsepe
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Dancer
    He has a high-pitched laugh.
    He began his dancing career at the age of eleven.
    He performed on 'South African Idol.'
    His best friend is his former dance instructor.
    His dream dancing partners are Ciara, Kendall Jenner and Jessica Alba.
    Prior to his DWTS gig, he was working a Norwegian cruise liner's entertainment.
    He told Essence, 'When I was 8 years old, I had friends who were 16. I never had a friend who was my age. I only had friends over my age.'
    In his first three 'Dancing' seasons, he and his partner never made it past Week 3.
    He did Full[er] House-themed DWTS promotional stills with Jodie Sweetin in a onesie pajama outfit.
    He has a photographic memory.
    He is a regional prince in province of Johannesburg, South Africa.
    He generally keeps mum on this facet of his life, however, out of fear that he will be treated deferentially (he usually reveals it after he's well into the secured position).
    He speaks Afrikaans, Setswana, Zulu, Sesotho, Pedi, and English.
    He got on well with his partner (and fan favorite), Jodi Sweetin.
    He teamed with his old coach and mentor to garner every national dancing title in South Africa, in 2004.
    He made history as the first South African dancer to join the 'Burn the Floor World Tour' (2012).
    He went undefeated in every age category of the South African Latin American Championship for eight consecutive years.
    He got to feel up his Season 20 partner, Carl's Jr. Burger Babe Charlotte McKinney, on the dance floor for three consecutive weeks. (How many guys would take a Mirror Ball Trophy over that!?)
    'Dancing' fans have generally assessed that his early eliminations have less to do with his skills than his bad luck of ending up with 'partners without a sense of rhythm.'
    He said 'Dancing teaches you how to treat a woman. With Latin and ballroom dancing, there are two people in that situation; it’s not just about you.'

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