Today I came across this video from Anet Antošová, a Czech dance instructor specializing in twerking, and I cannot look away from her YouTube channel. I legit followed her on Instagram. SOMEONE RESCUE ME FROM ANET ANTOŠOVÁ’S BUTT.
Normally I’d be like “WOW, that’s a lot of White chicks appropriating Black culture,” but it’s the Czech Republic, where varying shades of what would in America be “White folks” constitutes ethnic diversity. Besides, it’s a fitness workshop. I’d love to have that kind of back flexibility and glute strength. Antošová is clearly a talented dancer and it looks like a lot of fun. Keep reading »
Dear Man Whose Moves To “Push It” Are Better Than Those Of Salt-N-Pepa,
For the last 40 minutes or so, I’ve been watching you gyrate and bust a move like the seasoned dance floor veteran that you are, without once losing interest in your funky groove. Keep reading »
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again: I love old people. Old people and babies are my weaknesses. So imagine my excitement when I stumbled upon Tastefully Offensive‘s video called “Senior Citizens Dancing to ‘Turn Down For What.’” Just as you’d imagine, the video is a compilation of dozens of old people getting down with their bad selves, all to the sweet musical dewdrops of Lil Jon’s “Turn Down For What.” If this doesn’t get you through your Tuesday, I don’t know what will.
Also, to see one crunk elderly man that I recently witnessed bustin’ a move on the dance floor, check out my Instagram video after the jump and pray that one day you’ll be as cool as this guy. Keep reading »
“So You Think You Can Dance” has long been one of the few truly inspiring, talent-filled, positive reality TV shows, but it’s not perfect. Up until last night’s episode, the show had never shown a dance routine focused on same-sex relationships, featuring same-sex dance partners. But man, while it took the show 11 years, it was worth the wait. Travis Wall (the runner-up in season two), himself a gay man, choreographed a moving routine about the fight for marriage equality, featuring two men and two women who first dance in pairs and then as a foursome. What an important moment for an already wonderful show. [Buzzfeed]