With such an incredible community hooping event taking place, we knew we had to get to the bottom of it and find out more, so we interviewed the zombie hooping organizers themselves.
Viewer Discretion Warning: We’ve never seen Robin Rapture quite like this before, but then again it is Halloween. That’s why we’re kicking off our haunted hooping holiday with Robin from Hoopium who is spinning up her hoop as well as minis. Who knew she could be so scary? She lives in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA. Soundtrack: “Living Dead Girl” by Rob Zombie (on iTunes).
Halloween is a holiday made for hoopers: wigs, makeup, glitter, and costumes galore! But what are hoopers to do when they want to rock an awesome costume and still be able to hoop it up? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen a non-hooping costume and thought how cute it was until I realized that I wouldn’t be able to hoop in it. What’s even worse is not realizing your costume is unhoopable until your hoop starts flying off at a crazy angle or you notice your own personal costume malfunction about a minute after everyone else has already seen your goods on display. But fear not dear hoopers, Hooping.org is here to help you navigate through your costume choices to make sure that your Halloween celebration tomorrow night will be both happy AND hoopy!
Horror Circus gives us their Halloween spin on hula hoops during a performance in Heidelberg, Germany. Last year Germany’s only horror circus opened its doors thrilling spectators with a fantastic show in the ring, and they’ve been delivering fear, horror and goosebumps ever since. They’re based out of Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany.