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Fik-Shun and Cyrus getting in on the Fortnite fun (via Instagram)

A year (and five seasons) after being released, the video game sensation, Fortnite, is here to stay—and so is the totally unexpected dance craze it's launched. The game's comical dance moves have sparked legions of real-life recreations by everyone from professional actors to World Cup players.

And now even seasoned dancers like "SYTYCD" stars Fik-Shun and Cyrus have jumped on the Fortnite train:

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Just for Fun
Via Lauren Lovette's Instagram

There's nothing more purrrrfect than some fabulous trinas and their feline friends. We're not kitten: These bonds are paw-sitively adorable! From hanging out backstage to working out together and more, these pairs will pas de chat their way straight into your heart.

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It took no fewer than three years for choreographers Chris Martin and Larkin Poynton to create Project Home, a 45-minute film that brings together artists from all over the world (including the inspirational Mari Madrid!). And their finished product is sure to take your breath away. Seriously, guys: It's beautiful.

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A lot of what's happening in the world today can be hard to talk about—It's too upsetting, too controversial, or too ugly for words to do it justice. But dance can. And crew Choreo Cookies showed us just how powerful dance's impact can be with its latest performance, a meditation on discrimination in America, at Arena Dance Competition in LA.

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How To
Ballet Austin summer intensive students with associate artistic director, Michelle Martin (Anne Marie Bloodgood, courtesy Ballet Austin)

You're in a studio that's not your own, surrounded by dancers you don't know. You're excited and nervous, all at the same time. It's the first day of your summer intensive, and you're eager to make a good impression. But how? We asked the experts for advice.

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It's America's birthday week, which means gold sparklers, family BBQs, and festive parades are just around the corner. But what happens when our enthusiasm for red, white, and blue moves from the backyard to the stage? Like a firework, sparks fly! See for yourself with these three patriotic dance classics.

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Via Instagram

In honor of its 10th anniversary, the fan-favorite dance crew Royal Family has announced three Instagram challenges with seriously incredible prizes: a visit from/workshop with Parris Goebel, VIP tix to any RF show, and all kinds of free merch. Go ahead and freak out a little—OR A LOT.

With all prizes valid anywhere in the world, these challenges are open to anyone. But entries end soon, so read on for the deets.

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Dancer to Dancer

The dance dressing room is a mecca of excitement and nerves, tulle and jewels, lipsticks and falsies. But with so much going on, it can start to get a bit too crazy. Here are seven dressing room hacks that'll help you stay cool in the chaos—and give your best performance yet.

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Just for Fun
Including, of course, Center Stage (Screenshot via Vimeo)

Dance in movies is a trend as old as time. Movies like The Red Shoes and Singin' in the Rain paved the way for Black Swan and La La Land; dancing stars like Gene Kelly and Ginger Rogers led the way for Channing Tatum and Julianne Hough.

Lucky for us, some of Hollywood's most incredible dance scenes have been compiled into this amazing montage, featuring close to 300 films in only seven minutes. So grab the popcorn, cozy on up, and watch the moves that made the movies.

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Dancer to Dancer
Via Instagram

Ballerina Sara Michelle Murawski and her looooooong legs have taken to the streets. And the grocery store. And the subway. And the Brooklyn Bridge. The reason for her epic journey: A new Insta account, @danceinthebigapple, featuring Murawski and her "ballet twin," Saverio Pescucci, as they dance their way through NYC.

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Dance Videos
The Future Kingz auditioning for "AGT" (courtesy TFK's Instagram)

An amazing dance crew starring some adorable little hip-hoppers? Yep, we're sold. This week on "America's Got Talent," The Future Kingz, a multi-age dance group from the Chicago area, wowed the judges with their high-flying flips, out-of-this-world contortions, and insane synchronization.

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Fresno State's marching band performance at the E3 Expo, the world's coolest gaming event, was over-the-top in the best possible way. Each year, Ubisoft (the company responsible for the cult-classic game Just Dance) puts together a fun performance filled with fame, talent, and a dash of humor for the unveiling of its new and improved version of the game. Last year, Bebe Rexha performed!

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Jayme Thornton

Prima ballerina. Author. Spokesmodel. Actress. Advocate. Designer. Is there anything Misty Copeland can't do? Now the American Ballet Theatre principal and all-around trailblazer can add "book critic" to her already impressive resumé—for The New York Times, no less.

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via YouTube

Cue the goosebumps. Kyle Hanagami has done it again—this time, with choreography to Sam Smith's "Him."

"Him" is about Smith's struggle to find his place in religion as a gay man. As Gay Pride parades and festivals happen all across the world, the message behind "Him" is an issue at the forefront of peoples' minds everywhere. Hanagami and his group of dancers—including Evan Debenedetto, Michael Dameski, and Macy Swaim—bring Smith's powerful lyrics to life through passionate movement and striking edits.

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NBC

Have you ever wished that the "World of Dance" team would just show up at your house and teach you everything they know? Of course you have! Who wouldn't want to learn one-on-one from the best? Well, guess what: It's happening. Two-time Emmy Award-winning choreographer Derek Hough is taking online dance tutorials to a whole new level with his World of Dance Master Class series launched today. TODAY, people!

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