Your New Fave Music Video Is Brought to You by Kaycee Rice, Sean Lew, and Radio Disney

One unexpected upside to the coronavirus crisis is that we seem to be seeing more dance content on the web than ever before—online classes, Instagram Lives, virtual conventions—the list goes on and on. So if you're craving new dance content this week, look no further than Radio Disney's new dance series, "On the One."

This new series is a dancer's dream. Each week, a new music video will be released, featuring choreography from major names in the dance industry. The first video, set to "Party in the USA," by Miley Cyrus, features choreo from none other than our fave duo, Kaycee Rice and Sean Lew.

Every video is shot in one take ("On the One," get it?) and in a different, unexpected location. Kaycee and Sean had the chance to set their choreo in the Radio Disney recording studio—and we love how creative they got in the space.

We're looking forward to seeing whose choreo is featured in next week's video. Any guesses?

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