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Bitch Stole My...Floor Routine

Over the weekend, Texas Dreams' gymnast, Macy Toronjo debuted a floor routine to the exact same music one Miss Sandra Izbasa, Olympic Champion of Romania, had for her routine at last year's world championships.

Macy and Sandra's floor music is "Feeling Good," an old broadway song popularized by jazz singer, Nina Simone. Needless to say, it's a very sultry.

If you can say one thing about Macy's performance, she goes for it. There is no turning back for Macy. She is a UCLA commit and head coach, Valorie Kondos-Field aka "Miss Val" is a former dancer and is known for her floor choreography. I'm not sure what Kim Zmeskal told her, but Macy is good at very soft, pretty movements, with some subtly sultry-ness.

Sandra has been criticized on this routine for not being sexy enough. In this video, where she performs this routine for the qualification round, Sandra makes an effort to sex it up a little more, making some sultry eyes and doing some sultry dance (although she does take an awful long time to prep for that single full turn). Sandra's D score on this is a 6.2 versus Macy who received a 5.4 start value.

What do you think? Who's routine is making you "feel good?"


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