This Is the New Dance Trend That’s About to Go Viral
Forget the dab, the Nae Nae and Drake’s dad moves. There’s a new viral dance routine you need to learn ASAP. It’s called #realdancing, and you can probably master it even if you’ve never danced a day before in your life.
The new dance was initially created by comedian Chris D’Elia (you might know him from his Netflix special or his TV show Undateable). He posted a video of himself on Instagram dancing to Flo Rida’s “My House.” Delia is always a major goofball on social media, and this video is no different. He sarcastically captioned the video, “Dancing is my life. No matter what happens in this crazy world I will always have that. No one can take dancing from me unless if I get into a really bad car accident. #realdancing.”
Unbeknownst to him, Chris just started a viral phenomenon. Not only have countless people posted their own versions of the dance online, celebrities have gotten in on the action too.
Backstreet Boys member AJ Mclean was the first to recreate this masterpiece.
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Then Jesse McCartney and his girlfriend Katie Peterson jumped in on the fun.
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As did Meghan Trainor.
Welp, it looks like your summer dance moves are about to get a little bit crazier than expected.
Have you posted your own interpretation of #realdancing? Share it with us on Twitter @BritandCo.
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