Friday Video Break: Willdabeast's Choreo to the New Bruno Mars Song

Imagine your ideal dance party. It probably features infectious tunes, an amazing crew and plenty of space to let loose. In fact, it might be safe to say that your ideal dance party looks exactly like this new class video from Will "Willdabeast" Adams.

Shot by Kenny Washington and choreographed to Bruno Mars' "24k Magic," this video is the definition of "good vibes only." It also happens to feature tons of dancers we're totally obsessed with, including Baily Sok, Janelle Ginestra, Sean Lew, Jade Chynoweth, Trinity Inay and Kaycee Rice


Can we just take a second to talk about how Ginestra is SLAYING this choreo? She even dressed the dorky, old-school part, in mismatched shoe laces and what appears to be a vintage tennis shirt. Aside from that, her feet move so fast that she looks sped up. But we know Ginestra's performance is 100% real.

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Auditions rarely fail to deliver on suspense. But this? This was the nail-biter to end all nail-biters. Hayoung Roh and Chelsea McCloskey, both professional dancers based in NYC, had made it through what felt like endless rounds of cuts, both on Zoom and in person. Out of the nearly 500 dancers (from 30 states and nine countries) who'd answered the Knicks City Dancers' open call for video submissions, just 20 remained—McCloskey and Roh among them. "We were separated into six holding rooms, where we kept trying to figure out the math," Roh recalls. "How many girls are there in total? Who was called back?"

Finally, the women returned to the audition room to dance one last time—or so they were told. Instead, KCD head coach Alyssa Quezada dropped her bombshell: All 20 women had made the final cut. They would be 2021–22 Knicks City Dancers: the latest and greatest edition of one of the most prestigious NBA dance teams. "It was the biggest celebration and the coolest moment of my dance career so far," says McCloskey now. And that was just the oh-so-perfectly-dramatic beginning.

Chelsea McCloskey stands on her left leg while kicking her right leg up with her arms crossed, a smile on her face. She is auditioning for KCD. Chelsea McCloskey Photo by Tess Mayer

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