RICHARDSON -- After months of training, WFAA's Colleen Coyle finally hit the floor Saturday for the "Dancing for the Cure" benefit in Richardson.
Angels of Dance, a non-profit foundation, hosted the event with all the proceeds benefiting the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
The curtains rose at 8 p.m. at the Eisemann Center in Richardson.
Over 20 couples performed, ranking from amateurs and first-time dancers to professionals.
Coyle was among the few dancers new to the dance floor. With the help of her two professional dance instructors, Coyle's two left feet were turned into something presentable.
We knew she had some rhythm in her.