If you thought Dulta's Arcade Fire rip-off "Sitting On Top Of The World" was terrible, wait until you hear her desperate attempt to jump on the dance bandwagon. "Dancing With A Broken Heart" sounds like a Celine Dion remix from the late '90s gone wrong. Because we all know that the stunning Canadian's remixes were flawless. It's hard to pinpoint where the second single from the famed plastic surgery addict goes wrong. To be honest, I always thought dance would be a good genre for the a-dulta-ress. Any gay will tell you that the Tommy Trash remix of "Believe Again" is the best thing she's ever released. I think the problem lies with annoyingly understated production. You typically want a dance track to build and build until it explodes during the chorus. This shit stays in first gear the whole time. What's the point of selling out and then trying to be all classy? Cunt, please. You're not fooling anyone. "Dancing With A Broken Heart" isn't high quality electronica. It's just a sad attempt to make the prettiest pony in pop more relevant to people under 30. At least be real about it and make the song fun.