Love or hate their music, the videos of J-Lo, Britney and their pop-tart peers do conjure a world of glamour and fantasy that's hard to resist, and it's the choreographers that make it all come to life. For six years, those responsible for many of the moves on MTV have put on a once-a-month showcase that features dozens of dancers. For this anniversary soiree, a number of boogie biggies will show off some flashy footwork, including Chris Judd, funky white boy Wade Robson (who created 'N Sync's puppet moves and the swiveling gyrations in Brit's “Slave 4 U”) and Fame's Debbie Allen. The fun doesn't end with the show when the pros are done, the dance floor often gets even freakier than the stage. At the Key Club, 9039 Sunset Blvd., W. Hlywd.; Wed., Jan. 26, 9 p.m.-2 a.m.; over 21; $20. (310) 274-5800.

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