I think people think that I would just wake up in the morning and do Bollywood or the waltz, things I had never done before.
waltz eventually replaced DiCaprio in the role and won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
waltz and the other actors mentioned declined comment via their reps.
In the Best Supporting Actor category, Oscar shoo-in waltz picked up the award for his role as Colonel Landa in Basterds.
“Girls are in white dresses, music plays, they dance the waltz,” she said.
He was sitting with her in an embrasure, his senses tingling with the contact of the waltz.
He was wondering why the interest in the Gaelic language was not so strong as the interest in the waltz.
Mrs. Elstree played to them—nobody could play a waltz better.
You don't mean to say she ought to waltz, or dance stage dances?
The orchestra suddenly took up the waltz measure with a fresh impetus.
dance performed to music in triple time, 1781, from German Waltzer, from walzen "to roll, dance," from Old High German walzan "to turn, roll," from Proto-Germanic *walt- (cf. Old Norse velta), from PIE root *wel- "to turn, revolve" (see volvox). Described in 1825 as "a riotous and indecent German dance."
1794, from waltz (n.). Meaning "to move nimbly" is recorded from 1862. Related: Waltzed; waltzing.