Twerking is the dance move that will never disappear. From Miley Cyrus’ VMA performance to millions of Twitter hashtags, twerking has become a phenomenon along the lines of planking and wobbling. But the art of twerking uses some imagination, flexibility and rhythm that many people don’t possess. Thankfully, Todrick Hall has given the world a playful example of how to correctly hit the dance floor.
In the Singing in the Rain remake, Hall plays a man who bids his woman farewell before taking the streets to celebrate his happiness in song. But the surprising twist hits when the rain falls harder and the dancers appear sans pants.