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If anyone's going to demonstrate how to break out some fresh dance moves it might as well be Ciara. This dancing diva is working on her seventh album, and everyone knows that any great album should be served with a side of dancing. So Ciara decided to show Vogue five of her fiercest moves—and we are here for every single one of them.

From the 1, 2 Step to Bucking, Ciara reminds us why we love her in this beautiful tutorial. We dare you to watch this and NOT bust a move. We can't wait to see what routines Ciara and her longtime choreographer Jamaica Craft pair with the tracks on her upcoming album. Whatever they decide, we know we'll be in for a treat. Until then you can master Ciara's iconic dance moves with the help of the video below. We won't judge you for playing it on repeat.


Ciara Breaks Down 5 Iconic Dance Moves to "Dose" | Vogue www.youtube.com

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When you hear "Met Gala," do you think "choreography"? Probably not—unless we're talking about the "choreo" required to maneuver the insane trains many of the attendees wear around the red carpet.

But this year, the geniuses at Vogue—hosts of the annual extravaganza, a high-fashion benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute—decided that they wanted the gala to involve a little more dancing. (Which was fitting: The theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," and what better way to showcase the celeb guests' own heavenly bodies than through dance?) So they brought in the brilliant Mette Towley, aka the dancer from the "Lemon" video, to act as movement director for the evening. As the parade of celebs made their way off the red carpet, Towley and director Bardia Zeinali captured them grooving their way through some of the Met's most iconic exhibits. And then, of course, they posted all the fabulous footage to Insta.

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Lil Buck is basically unstoppable. The street dancer guested last week with New York City Ballet in the premiere of visual artist JR’s Les Bosquets and is featured in the May issue of VOGUE. The magazine released this artsy, single-angle video of Buck doing what he does best: mesmerizing, physics-defying Memphis jookin. He looks like he’s on an ice rink at one point, those glides are so smooth. I’ve hit the replay button waaay too many times. Enjoy.

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