Mz Sue My Pant Off's talent was a crowd pleasing dance to Time of my Life.

Mz Sue My Pants Off’s winning performance

People had the time of their life watching this Dirty Dancing Routine at Mz Judged.




Mz Sue My Pants Off, also known as Zachary Blanche, wowed the crowd at Mz Judged with his dance routine to Time of my Life from the film Dirty Dancing.

Jason James is hoping to create a documentary on the event, but needs more people to get involved. Anyone who saw the show or has used the counselling services at Northern Society for Domestic Peace is encouraged to contact him at info@mzjudged.com or on the website mzjudged.com.

A trailer should be made and available at mzjudged.com by next week. You can sign up on the website to get a notification of when it is available.

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