The original dancing lady on the side of the InterContinental Hotel was first introduced in 2012 during Art Basel.
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The InterContinental's general manager, Robert Hill, says the best distance to watch the dancing lady is at about a mile away.
Three judges were charged with picking the next generation of InterContential dancers. They were Miami City Ballet's Jeanette Delgado, TV personality and recording artist Jane Castro, and Miami Heat's marketing manager Clara Stroude-Vazquez.
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Hotel general manager Robert Hill chats with the three judges before the audition. The judges were Miami City Ballet's Jeanette Delgado, TV personality and recording artist Jane Castro, and Miami Heat marketing manager Clara Stroude-Vasquez.
A year ago, the InterContinental Hotel in downtown Miami unveiled a 19-story-tall LED display of a shapely, female silhouette, dancing suggestively, often called "the dancing lady." The hotel recently held auditions to find new dancers. Hopefuls had one minute to dance to Pitbull’s “Hotel Room Service” to prove they had the right moves for a 200-foot LED display.