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Which dance celebs worked from the bottom and are now good dancers?

by Ratan Srivastava
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Every letter of the alphabet has and appears to have always had its own dance. We’ve always enjoyed a good dancers session, whether it’s the Middle Ages’ Abbots Bromley Horn Dance (in which inhabitants of the Staffordshire village run around with reindeer antlers) or the ancient Greek Zonaradiko (in which dancers hang on to one another’s belts). While you may witness individuals following a set of steps at a debutante ball in the 1870s or a disco in the 1970s, our present period appears to be far less regimented. Only the rare Macarena motivated a school dance hall to move in time in the 1990s and early 2000s. Then, in 2017, TikTok appeared.

The video-sharing software, which is operated by Chinese firm ByteDance, has been downloaded more than a billion times in only three years, making it the ninth most downloaded app of the decade. TikTok, which is extremely popular among Generation Z, has short movies ranging from three to 60 seconds in length in which users lip-sync, perform skits, or complete tasks. However, TikTok is well renowned for its dancing. Every week, a new dance craze goes viral, causing people all around the world to shake their heads as they participate in the fun.

Various interpretations of the Renegade — a routine choreographed to the hip-hop song “Lottery” by K CAMP – were seen over 1.6 billion times on the app between September 2019 and February 2020. Everyone from Stranger Things actor Millie Bobby Brown to former First Lady Michelle Obama took part in the dance, which was featured by the New York Times and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. The routine’s original choreographer, 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon, adds, “I enjoy watching people come together and having fun.”

Thanks to internet video and Fortnite’s “emote” gestures, moves like dabbing, flossing, and hitting the woah (forming a circular movement with the fists before freezing on the beat) have spread far and wide. TikTok, on the other hand, is unique. The software has given birth to a lot of comprehensive and intricate routines, not simply one-off manoeuvres.

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