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Well, it's official: We want to be a 6-year-old when we grow up.

Specifically, we'd like to be Ivanah Campbell, a 6-year-old BOSS from Port Elizabeth, South Africa, whose dance video to Lizzo's "Juice" has earned raves from Will and Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Evans, and Lizzo herself.

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The vid gives us allll the snaky "Slave 4 U" vibes. (MTV)

Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy" is an absolute bop and, accordingly, has inspired all kinds of dance videos. But none of them makes our heart flutter quite like the one Britney Jean Spears just posted to Instagram.

Why? I mean IT'S BRITNEY, for starters, in all her hair-whipping, dance-diva glory. But the song also inspired the Queen of Pop to throw around a faux snake—a callback to her iconic 2001 MTV Video Music Awards performance, which featured a pas de deux with a real python.

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Take one part delectable Galen Hooks choreography. Add two sensationally spicy dancers, Ashley Everett and Jasmine Harper. Melt in some luscious Beyoncé vocals.

SHAKE. STIR. SIZZLE.

That's the recipe for Hooks' gorg new video. Set to "Summer" by The Carters (aka Beyoncé and Jay-Z), it stars not only the formidable Hooks herself, but also two of Queen B's most fabulous dancers: Everett, Bey's dance captain, and Harper, who's actually featured in the album cover for the song.

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Right now, it seems like the entire world is equal parts obsessed with and thoroughly creeped out by Jordan Peele's Us, the horror film about devilish doppelgängers that's currently rated 94% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

But while the normal human reaction to Us is to hide under the covers for approximately 17 years, "Step Up: High Water" superhero Kendra "K.O." Oyesanya's reaction was to make a totally bananas dance video.

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In case you haven't heard (but you have), "Step Up: High Water"—the brilliantly cast, fantastically dancy YouTube Red series based on the Step Up franchise—is returning for a second season. And while we still don't know exactly when round two will premiere, the show did just gift us an extremely tasty trailer.

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