(CBS 8) - They are impressive and very talented. Now the seven-year-old girls who created a stir online with their racy dancing routine and costumes are back.
It's a new routine to the song "My Boyfriend's Back". It was shot during the 2009 Hall of Fame National Dance competition and just surfaced on YouTube, and it's stirring up more controversy over the revealing outfits and the gyrating dance moves in which people have taken no time to vent about on blogs.
Some are saying parents should be ashamed, and others are calling them the worst parents ever, while former dancers say the mothers should be proud.
Last week these same girls caused shockwaves when this video surfaced While many believe the kids' video is borderline sexual, everything is open to interpretation.
Parents of the kids dancing in the two viral videos stirring up a dancing storm say people don't get it.
"People are taking it out of context and that these are dance moves these are not sexual moves," one mother said.
Concerns voiced by many online is that child predators could watch it as well. Doctor Phil McGraw spoke out about the issue, saying if you could monitor the number of pedophiles logging on to watch the videos, it would most likely be like Grand Central Station.
California officials quickly determined an arsonist started last month's huge wildfire southeast of Los Angeles, and that two weeks earlier sparks from a vehicle produced a deadly wildfire in the far northern part of the state.
A downtown San Diego high-rise condo complex was evacuated early Sunday morning due to a water pipe bursting.
The showdown begins Monday between the Trump administration and a handful of states opposed to relaxing fuel economy standards .
A 37-year-old man riding a bicycle was hit by a vehicle, seriously injured, and the driver sped off, officials said Sunday.
An armed man robbed an eatery in Rancho Bernardo, pistol whipped an employee there, but was unable to keep the money he had taken when he ran into a pillar during his escape, dropping the money but not his gun, a police officer said Sunday.
A 64-year-old man collapsed and died on a hiking trail in the Cleveland National Forest near Alpine, the county Sheriff's Department said Sunday.
Cooler Sunday into Monday as a trough transits across the West Coast. Temperatures warm again through mid-week.
San Diegans and tourists alike headed to the coast to take in all that the first day of fall has to offer.