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Arcadian Broad turned to dance. Sharon Osborne said he had a “natural God-given gift” and “magnificent talent.” He leveraged that talent to come out on top. He danced to Elton John’s “I’m Still Standing” which was featured in The First Wives Club.
The lyrics make a great anthem for anybody who has experienced abuse and lived to tell the tale ~ the words have such power and are ever-so liberating.