It may have taken 90 years, but New York City’s cabaret law—which effectively bans dancing in bars and clubs around the city—is finally on the cusp of being repealed. The City Council is expected to vote in favor of abolishing it on Tuesday, following a years-long battle by activists, politicians, lawyers and even one …
Pole dancers who find themselves constantly having to explain how much strength and agility it takes to swing your human body around a pole without plummeting to the ground have been vindicated.
Given the grave and generally unsmiling public profile of master actor Isabelle Huppert—she demands no noise at the movies, she can’t imagine wearing J. Crew (even when she does), she straight-up told the New York Times “I think the best way to please is not to please”—the video below, in which she joyfully flails to…
Pokémon Go may be an agent of the New World Order, but that doesn’t mean the Pokémon themselves don’t like to have a little fun every once in a while. Like these two giant birds, for instance. Look at those ‘mons dance.
These videos are better than winning $1 million.
Justin Timberlake (aka DAD) and all his dancing friends catch major happy-dance vibes in the video for his Trolls soundtrack single “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” which sounds like a commercial jingle for Doublemint, the Gap or Best Buy.
Here is a gaggle of Stormtroopers doing the “Single Ladies” choreography as well as the nae nae on Britain’s Got Talent.
Jenna Dewan Tatum made us feel real shitty about our dancing skills when she did a flawless Magic Mike routine on Lip Sync Battle—but hat appearance probably helped her get a role in an upcoming NBC dance competition show.
Our sorrowfully gone alien-icon David Bowie has been eulogized for many things today—for his music, obviously, and for his fashion, and for the particular transcendent way he put the world forward with his imagination and lack of concern for convention, including gender. But we’d also like to note Bowie for his…
Oh man. You didn’t think 2015 would roll to a close without us seeing any of the Full House/Fuller House cast members doing a trendy dance invented by black kids, did you? Thank goodness this video now exists. Now watch Candace Cameron Bure (DJ) and her two TV sisters try to bust these moves.
San Francisco celebrity and legendary stripper Carol Doda has died from complications of kidney failure at the age of 78. Doda was one of the first dancers in San Francisco to dance topless, sparking a trend that would ultimately change the city.
Alice Barker is 102 years old and lives in a nursing home. She looks frail now, but back in the 30s and 40s she was a professional dancer who shook it at clubs during the Harlem renaissance. She danced with Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly and Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, but she’s never seen a video of her performances—until…
We're three episodes into this season of The Bachelor and while there have been plenty of crazy antics, one thing is becoming abundantly clear: for all his makin' out, Chris Soules is probably not good at sex.
During the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony last night, First Lady Michelle Obama got down.
Dancing is basically the most dangerous and assaultive thing one can do in public. Especially if one's doing it while black. Just watch this video for evidence.
This puppy freaking out with joy over seeing their own will make your Grinch-y heart grow 50 sizes, just in time for the holidays.
When you're a major Hollywood star, there are lots of boring ways to plug your latest film. You can sit in a nice comfy chair and tell a "funny" story your publicist probably made up about working on the film. Maybe you book a few radio shows or a couple of magazine covers. Or—you tell people about it in a breakdance…
Are you having the time of your life right now? If not, you should just go on ahead and click play on the video above, because this tiny tot nailing every goddamn move of the final scene from that movie where Patrick Swayze had amazing moves/the best mullet is going to give you life. (Unless you are actually suffering…
Every once in a great while, your moment to shine presents itself like a beacon summoning you towards greatness. You have to know how to seize it, to work it and to own it, ladies and gentlemen. That's what this young man here has taught us.