The Newest Viral Dance Challenge Is Brought to You by Justin Bieber

We're less than two weeks into 2020, and already we've got an epic new viral dance challenge—courtesy our fave Justin Bieber, no less. This week, following the release of Justin's new hit single "Yummy," the the Internet has lost its mind for the #YummyDanceChallenge, with videos popping up on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube.

It's not totally clear what the dance challenge actually is (other than miming eating), but as far as we're concerned, that means more room for choreographic creativity! If you want to get inspired, check out some of the #YummyDanceChallenge videos below. And, if you're lucky, you might even get a shoutout from the Biebz himself on Insta or Twitter.


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