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8 Music Video Dance Tutorials That Will Give You Superstar Moves

Have you ever spent hours in front of the TV or your computer trying to learn the dance moves from your favorite music videos? If so, these dance tutorials are right up your alley! Get ready to learn a lot from the great dancers on YouTube and have fun showing off your new moves.

Justin Timberlake – “Suit and Tie”

This quick and fun dance tutorial will give you JT’s smooth dancing style. Pro-tip: you’ll probably need a hat to go with your suit and tie to truly pull off these moves!

Ariana Grande – “Problem”

Here’s a fun and flirty routine to get your feet moving!

Michael Jackson – “Thriller”

The “Thriller” dance is probably the most famous music video move of all time. Unlike other dance tutorials, this video covers the full dance routine from the video, not just the iconic arm gestures.

Lady Gaga – “Applause”

Take some inspiration from modern dance styles and get into the arty groove of this Lady Gaga track.

Beyonce – “Single Ladies”

Beyonce’s moves are among the most coveted, with tons of dance tutorials out there to help you master Queen Bey’s dance routines. “Single Ladies” is one of her most popular dances and it’s one of the most fun to do!

Justin Bieber – “Baby”

Get your teen-idol moves on with this routine from Justin Bieber’s breakout single “Baby”.

Katy Perry – “Dark Horse”

Katy Perry tends to be a little bit wackier than other popstars, and the “Dark Horse” video was no exception! Luckily for you, her moves are easy to master.

Britney Spears – “Crazy”

I remember a time when Britney’s “Crazy” video reigned supreme over all other videos on TRL. Some of the clothes might be a little dated, but her moves are still fresh.

If you could dance like anyone in the world, who would you choose? Let us know in the comments below!

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