Updated Thu, Aug 09, 2007 by Cody Bye
Perhaps the most memorable event at BlizzCON 2007, the Sound-Alike, Dance, and Costume contests brought hundreds of Blizzard fans together to see who could perform the most convincing representation of the characters, audio snippets, and dance animations found in Blizzard games. Emceed by the sharp-witted host of NBC's "Last Comic Standing", Jay Mohr, the pageantry even featured a visit by the real life persona of Leeroy Jenkins, Ben Schulz, and... Chuck Norris?
"But Blood Elf terpsichore won out in the end. While at least 5 female dancers performed to the Brittney Spears-inspired Korean iDance stylings of the Blood Elf female, only one, Susan Curtis, drew the air out of the hall by throwing off her wrap to reveal a skimpy Blood Elf costume and launching into a flowing, deadpan imitation of all things good and Spears. However, the grand winner, Alex Gross, performed a convincing adaptation of a Blood Elf male's dance, the classic dance scene from the nerd manifesto Napoleon Dynamite, completing the image with a "Vote for Kael'Thas" t-shirt."
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