So you think you can Tango?

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Couples prepare backstage before competing in the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

Couples prepare backstage before competing in the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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Couples dance during the Salon style Tango World Championship final round in Buenos Aires. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

Couples dance during the Salon style Tango World Championship final round in Buenos Aires. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

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A couple warms up backstage before competing in the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

A couple warms up backstage before competing in the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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Russia's tango couple Dmitry Vasin, right, and Taya Finenkova compete during the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Couples from around the world competed in the finals Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. Vasin and Finenkova finished fifth in the competition. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

Russia's tango couple Dmitry Vasin, right, and Taya Finenkova compete during the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Couples from around the world competed in the finals Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. Vasin and Finenkova finished fifth in the competition. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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Russia's couple Dmitry Vasin and Taya Finenkova smile after knowing they occupied the fifth place in the Tango Salon category becoming the best positioned foreign couple at the World Championship of Tango Championship in Buenos Aires. AFP PHOTO/DANIEL GARCIA

Russia's couple Dmitry Vasin and Taya Finenkova smile after knowing they occupied the fifth place in the Tango Salon category becoming the best positioned foreign couple at the World Championship of Tango Championship in Buenos Aires. AFP PHOTO/DANIEL GARCIA

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Argentina's dancer Cristian Lopez is seen reflected in a mirror as he combs his hair before competing at the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Couples from around the world competed in the finals Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

Argentina's dancer Cristian Lopez is seen reflected in a mirror as he combs his hair before competing at the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Couples from around the world competed in the finals Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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Argentina's Facundo Gomez Cross and Paola Palavecino Florence Sanz dance after winning the Tango Salon category at the Tango World Championship in Buenos Aires. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL GARCIA

Argentina's Facundo Gomez Cross and Paola Palavecino Florence Sanz dance after winning the Tango Salon category at the Tango World Championship in Buenos Aires. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL GARCIA

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Argentina's Facundo Gomez Cross and Paola Palavecino Florence Sanz hold their trophies after winning the Tango Salon category at the Tango World Championship in Buenos Aires. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL GARCIA

Argentina's Facundo Gomez Cross and Paola Palavecino Florence Sanz hold their trophies after winning the Tango Salon category at the Tango World Championship in Buenos Aires. AFP PHOTO / DANIEL GARCIA

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Argentina's dancers Facundo de la Cruz Gomez Palavecino, right, and Paola Sanz kiss as they celebrate after winning the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Couples from around the world competed in the finals Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

Argentina's dancers Facundo de la Cruz Gomez Palavecino, right, and Paola Sanz kiss as they celebrate after winning the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup salon finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Couples from around the world competed in the finals Argentina's annual tango competition, the highlight of a two-week festival which this year honored Astor Piazzolla, the legendary composer and bandoneonista who revived the genre and infuriated purists by blending tango with rock music in the 1970s. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)

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Facundo de la Cruz Gomez Palavecino (L) and Paola Sanz from Argentina react after winning the Tango World Championship in Salon style in Buenos Aires. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

Facundo de la Cruz Gomez Palavecino (L) and Paola Sanz from Argentina react after winning the Tango World Championship in Salon style in Buenos Aires. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci

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