The “Fancy” dance move, choreographed by Kiel Tutin and Lee Jung lee for TWICE, has a fun, bubblegum bounce to it that's unforgettable!
If you're a Once, or even just a general K-Pop fan, this move is a must-learn.
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How to do the dance move from "Fancy" by TWICE
- For this move, you're gonna make the first motion on count 8 rather than 1, so be sure to count 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, move. For the actual motion, you're gonna start with your feet together and on count 8, do a small hop to the right.
- As you hop to the right, have your right hand in a fist and make a circular motion with your forearm. Kind of like you are quickly throwing something to the side. You should also tilt your head a little to the right, so you can make the next motion look more dramatic.
- On count 1, step out with your left foot, bend your right arm, and go from holding your right hand in a fist to bringing your thumb, index finger, and pinky sticking out only. As you create this new picture with your body, make sure that your body is rotated at a 45 degree angle to the left, and your right arm is right in front of your forehead. Your head should now be tilted a little to the left.
- Now that you've switched positions, you're gonna start shifting your weight from front to back while swinging your hips to the beat. Keep your feet in one place and bend your knees a little to bring more motion in your swing.
- Got all of those movements down? Let's bring it all together with the counts – step out with your left foot on 1 as you swing your hip to the front, move hips back on 2, and back to the front on 3.
- Start from that left angle and shoot out your right hand on 4, and bring it all the way to a 45 degree angle to the right on count 5 and 6. Simultaneously, push your pelvis back and rotate clockwise from left to right.
- A great finishing touch to this last part is lifting your chin up, following that right hand as it moves, and then bringing your chin down again at the end. That way you create the illusion of bigger movement.
- Center your body at count 7 and 8 and practice this move all over again.
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