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I hope this makes you smile. I love me some Christopher Walken dancing and having fun. We all should be dancing like nobody is watching, at least once a day, shake a tail feather, shake what God gave ya’, even if it’s just bobbing your head! That’s right!

Dancing is laughter and joy for the mind, body, and soul. So put on your favorite tune, or hum it if you must, and go to town.

I literally can be busted all the time dancing while driving, definitely in a grocery store, or any store. I’ve even been busted dancing at a gas pump! Don’t even get me started on singing and dancing down many many grocery aisles. Definitely around the house and in the kitchen. Dancing in the rain, and snow, even on the beach. With clothes on or naked. I know no boundaries 🤣🤣🤣

What about you? Do you dance and sing about? If so, where? And, what song gets you moving, even in public?  I’ve put my new boogie song videos at the bottom.

Christopher Walken dancing in over 50 movies all perfectly spliced into a single music video

Most people don’t know he studied dance as a child.

By: Tod Perry, The Upworthy   03.25.23

These days, we could all use something to smile about, and few things do a better job at it than watching actor Christopher Walken dance.

A few years back, some genius at HuffPo Entertainment put together a clip featuring Walken dancing in 50 of his films, and it was taken down. But it re-emerged in 2014 and the world has been a better place for it.

Walken became famous as a serious actor after his breakout roles in “Annie Hall” (1977) and “The Deer Hunter” (1978) so people were pretty shocked in 1981 when he tap-danced in Steve Martin’s “Pennies from Heaven.”

But Walken actually started his career in entertainment as a dancer. He took his first dance lessons at the age of three. “It was very typical for people—and I mean working-class people—to send their kids to dancing school,” he told Interview Magazine. “You’d learn ballet, tap, acrobatics, usually you’d even learn to sing a song,” he later explained to Interview magazine.

Christopher Walken Dance Now [Official Version]

As a child, he also studied tap dance and toured in musicals. He even danced with a young Liza Minelli. “I’d been around dancers my whole life, having watched my parents make musicals at MGM, and Chris reminded me of so many of the dancers I knew growing up,” Minelli said according to Entertainment Weekly. “He’s talented in every way.”

Craig Zadan, Executive Producer of “Peter Pan Live!,” agrees with Minelli. “I think that if he had been around in the heyday of MGM, he would have been a big star of musicals on film,” he told Entertainment Weekly.

His dance moves were put center stage in 2001 in Spike Jonze’s video for Fatboy Slim’s song “Weapon of Choice.” Walken says he did it because one day he’ll be too old to cut a rug. “You think, ‘Well, do it now!’ You know, you get too decrepit to dance,” he told Entertainment Weekly.

Fatboy Slim – Weapon Of Choice

This article originally appeared on 02.15.22


And an slightly older one:

I like types of music, so I’m grooving a lot. Lol.

Hope you are having a great day, and feeling your groove this week 💃🕺