This is probably the only way any flight attendant can actually get us to listen to the airplane safety speech these days.
If only every long wait at the airport could be this good.
Kevin is not one to do the standard walk and wave.
A dazzling hybrid animation technique was used in this BBC One Chrismastime short: the bodies and sets were all handmade, using standard stop-motion techniques, while the faces were animated with CGI.
And we will not be able to get this song out of our heads for the foreseeable future.
"I go wherever the beat takes me."
When abstract geometry meets the beauty of ballet.
"Tap dancing is the foundation of our organization. I strive to make sure that children understand that it is a dance form that comes out of black culture."
Sorry, kid-who-always-plays-his-accordion-at-these. You didn't stand a chance this year.
This is giving us the goosebumps.
How this man got so good with only thirty hours of practice is beyond us.
Erik Cavanaugh is a professional choreographer out to prove that dancing is "for everyBODY and anyBODY."
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.
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