May 132015
Jean-Claude Van Damme Recreates His Dance Scene From ‘Kickboxer’ On Conan

Actor Jean-Claude Van Damme is famous around the world for his awesome action movies. Not so much for his dancing skills. That’s what makes his dance scene from his 80’s hit Kickboxer so memorable. While visiting Conan, Van Damme recreated the famous dance scene, and now this late night clip has gone viral with over 2 million hits in one day!


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May 052015
Old Men Dancing Shock Audience And Judges On Britain’s Got Talent

There’s nothing less cool than a group of old, slow men. So when a quartet of older men took the stage of Britain’s Got Talent, the judges and audience were skeptical. But when the group called Old Men Grooving started dancing to hip hop even Simon couldn’t help but smile. This video has instantly gone viral with over 4 million views!


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May 032015
Idina Menzel And James Corden Dance To I’ve Had The Time Of My Life

Brand new The Late Late Show host James Corden is quickly becoming a YouTube viral video star like Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon. In this clip which has gone viral this weekend, James dances with dancer and singer Idina Menzel to the classic song I’ve Had The Time of My Life from the 1980’s hit romance film Dirty Dancing.


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Apr 282015
Man Dances To Michael Jackson’s Beat It In The Middle Of Baltimore Riots

There’s been a lot of sad, depressing news coming out of Baltimore over the past few days with the Freddie Gray protests that turned into violent riots. But the Internet has found a sliver of positive news from all the looting and burning. 

In the middle of screaming, fighting, and chaos, one man decided to dance to Beat It by Michael Jackson. The juxtaposition of the police, helicopters, and dancing is just surreal. 



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Apr 222015
102 Year Old Dancer Sees Herself On Film For The First Time

Alice Barker is over 100 years old, so she hasn’t gone dancing in quite a while. But back in the day, she was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1930’s and 1940’s. Although she danced and starred in quite a few films back then, she never watched the videos for herself. Mark Cantor of JazzOnFilm actually found her in some classic ‘soundies’–what music videos were called back then–and brought the videos for her to see herself dance for the first time


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