Moonwalk your way through this list of the best '80s dance moves - you know you want to. This GIF collection of popular dance steps from the eighties will take you back to an era when wearing shoulder pads and acid wash jeans were totally cool. The decade also saw the rise of MTV because, believe it or not, the channel actually played music videos back in the day! Popular s artists like Michael Jackson, Madonna, and the Bangles released videos featuring moves that millions of fans all over the world attempted on the dance floor. Even though the majority of us failed, it was still fun to shake, shimmy, and slide to the beat. It's no surprise that several '80s dances on the list below remain popular to this day. These silly names were tame compared to what people actually looked like when they were doing the steps.
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It was cool while it lasted, but then white folks ruined it. A dance that many not many people really knew how to do even though they did it in the video. One of the most important dances in history.
A smooth slider works the dance floor, taking "not getting in the way" and turning it into an art form. Not one to take centre stage, a slider is always happy to make sure everyone else gets theirs! Showing off? That's what the killjoys may tell you. But what is a break dancer without an adoring crowd to cheer him on? Let's take a second to applaud you, because you're the first one to get the crowd going in appreciation of what's going down. Whether it's props to the DJ or your fellow dancers, you're a constant bundle of positive energy. Moonwalkers, like their move of choice, are a timeless classic.
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