B-Boy Pocket came here to chew gum and spin on his head, and he's all out of gum.
"A chicken sandwich for you, sir, and here's a free dance!"
When the team found out that their coach used to tour with MC Hammer, they had to have him perform "U Can't Touch This."
Artist Wahyu Ichwandardi grabbed his pen, a couple sheets of paper and set up a fancy camera/mount to create this minimalist masterpiece.
If you really want to impress a crowd with your moves, hit 'em with a few angular "dead leg" lifts and finish with a set of uncomfortably deep hip gyrations.
Backward/sideways baseball caps may be for the young, but rhythm is ageless.
Charlize Theron and Jimmy Fallon took turns last night making up random dances on the spot — and looked remarkably awesome while doing it.
Turns out this style of hand dance is a riff on "tutting," a street dance style based on angular movement using poses seen on reliefs in ancient Egyptian art.
In case you needed proof that "Despacito" is the catchiest song of the year, behold this poor girl who is compelled to dance whenever it comes on. Even if she's at the supermarket.
Is New York City's nearly century-old Cabaret Law currently being enforced? Not under DeBlasio, but without repeal it leaves the door open for the same kind of selective racist enforcement that spurred its creation in the first place.
Hiroyuki Imamura garnered worldwide fame after a video of him DDRing went viral on YouTube.
"It is a moving artwork that reflects the oneness of humanity," explains director Fredrik Lund-Hansen. "We are all the same flesh and blood irrespective of our skin color, sexuality, or gender." It's also just visually just cool as heck.
The judges loved it, but we're going to need some time to make up our minds.
When Jimmy whipped out the "fork in the garbage disposal" move we were pretty certain Heidi was toast, but then she hit back with the impressive "speed bowling" number and we weren't sure who to root for anymore.
Things don't need to be complicated to be captivating.
To celebrate the one year anniversary of "Overwatch," the voice actors bust out all their sweet moves and recreated the dance emotes of their characters.
Blue jean baby, L.A. lady, seamstress for the band Pretty eyed, pirate smile, you'll marry a music man Ballerina, you must have seen her dancing in the sand And now she's in me, always with me, tiny dancer in my hand.
Just because they've mastered one athletic discipline, doesn't mean their skills are all that transferable.
The Saman dance, from Indonesia's Aceh province, is conducted entirely on the dancers' knees, and it is a whirlwind of motion.
The Timeless Torches, a dance squad for the W.N.B.A.’s Liberty, lets those over 40 — many in their 60s — shake their booty on center court, breaking the tradition of the typical halftime act.
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