Les Twins dancing in MCM's holiday campaign (courtesy Lividini & Co)

Watch Les Twins Slay in This Festive New Holiday Ad

No snowman is safe this holiday season because the Les Twins are on fire🔥 . "The World of Dance" champions brought loads of holiday cheer to fashion house MCM's festive new campaign, the best way they know—on the dance floor. The dancing duo is featured alongside the likes of models, singers, and songwriters including Kacy Hill (who got her start in the music industry as a backup dancer for Kanye West).


Les Twins pose for MCM's holiday campaign (courtesy Lividini & Co)

The twins appear to be the life of the party, not that we're surprised. The self taught dance phenoms first hit the dance scene in 2008 when they appeared on the French reality show "Incroyable Talent," and its been uphill ever since. Their "World of Dance" win has only cemented their status as dance royalty. So have a look at the vid below and see if you're as tempted as we were to watch every Les Twins Dance video Youtube comes up with.

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