So, do you think that Michelle was being bullied? Talk to Stephanie to find out what happened during the dance off for Troupe Captain.
How to play: If you're on pc/laptop, click the questions that appear at the end of each video to ask Stephanie a question. If you're on mobile/tablet, follow the links below.
What question would you like to ask Stephanie?
Do you feel what you did to Michelle was right? http://youtu.be/qgGPQnQOtM4
You wrecked Michelle's chances of becoming Dance Captain... don't you feel bad? http://youtu.be/XzwIVDmeAjA
Learn more about anti-bullying week at http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/topics/anti-bullying-week
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