In case you haven't heard, "Step Up: High Water" is returning for a second season. Yay! In fact, production for the 10-episode, hourlong series is currently underway in Atlanta, GA. As if we weren't already excited enough, check out who's returning for Season 2—and all the stars who'll be entering the "High Water" universe for the very first time.

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Jade Chynoweth on "I Could Never Be" (Screenshot via YouTube)

Last week, commercial-dance golden girl Jade Chynoweth appeared as the special guest on "I Could Never Be," an online video/podcast series dedicated to interviews with famous folks, focusing on the challenges these celebs overcame on their way to their current level of success.

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Oh, hi, EVERYBODY. (Screenshots via YouTube)

Sometimes, you hear talk about an upcoming class video and it sounds too good to be real. Wait: Todrick Hall made a track featuring RuPaul, and then Todrick personally asked Brian Friedman to choreograph it, and then Brian got Maddie and Charlize and Jade and Kaycee and Sean and Gabe and Larsen and Bailey to come out for the class? I just...that can't be right. Can it?

It is right, friends. It is SO RIGHT.

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Jade Chynoweth at her January 2017 cover shoot (Photo by Joe Toreno)

Here at Dance Spirit, we have a special tradition of asking our cover stars to whip out their most explosive, amazing, gravity-defying tricks—their "power moves"—at the end of the photo shoot. The result? An amazing collection of videos featuring everything from Italian fouettés to backwards worms. Below, we rounded up our 5 favorites, but be sure to catch the rest over on our YouTube channel!

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Often, Disney princesses get flak for being weak and passive as they wait to be rescued by their princes. But Scott Winn's video of Belle and Elsa breaking it down in a fierce dance battle gives these princesses some serious street cred.

It doesn't hurt that a few of the best dancers in the biz are featured in the playful parody. "Step Up: High Water" star Jade Chynoweth might initially be hard to recognize under that Belle wig, but once the dancing starts, her high energy and show-stopping moves make her easy to identify. And "Glee" standout Haylee Roderick, as Anna, brings some high-caliber technique to the spoof as well.

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(From left) Sean Lew, Zack Venegas and Richard "Swagg" Curtis in Brian Friedman's combo to Haiku Hands' "Not About You" (via YouTube)

What happens when legend Brian Friedman teaches at WilldaBeast and Janelle Ginestra's fabulous IMMA SPACE? A merging of the B Free and ImmaBEAST tribes that includes a mind-boggling number of A-list Hollywood dancers. Ryan Parma was there to capture the whole thing on film, and the result is basically the class video to end all class videos.

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Jade Chynoweth in WilldaBeast's "Freedom" video (via Instagram)

Have you been intrigued by WilldaBeast Adams' recent string of posts teasing a new Beyoncé project? Well, the video dropped this morning on thebeastnetwork.com. It sends a powerful message—and comes with a challenge.

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The cast of the upcoming YouTube Red series "Step Up: High Water" rolled into the Teen Choice Awards last night and casually nailed some fabulous choreo, as they do.

Executive producers Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum weren't onstage, sadly. But the newest "Step Up" crew—led by the flawless Jade Chynoweth and Kendra Oyesanya—did #TeamTatum proud.

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Dancers celebrating National Dance Day 2016 in Boston (via YouTube)

Happy (almost) National Dance Day, everybody! 2017's "Dance Christmas" falls on Saturday, July 29—and there are all kinds of ways for you to join the party.

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Jade Chynoweth in the "Step Up: High Water" trailer (via YouTube)

In case you were wondering whether Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum knew how to cast a dance show, surprise! THEY DO, GUYS. And the new trailer for the upcoming series "Step Up: High Water," which #TeamTatum is executive producing, proves it.

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Jade Chynoweth and the cast of "Step Up: High Water" (via @stepupseries on Instagram)

Bless Channing and Jenna Dewan Tatum for understanding that our Step Up love burns with a flame that will never die. It's just been announced that the magical twosome are executive producing "Step Up: High Water," a new series based on the Step Up franchise coming to YouTube Red this fall. And as you'd expect of a Tatum family production, the dancing looks like it's going to be very, very legit.

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