Some dance moves just stand the test of time...
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1 Nov 2013 - 4:27 PM  UPDATED 1 Nov 2013 - 5:11 PM

There are some dance moves that stand the test of time, the ridicule of others and the ups and downs of “going viral”. Some moves like these…

Crayon Pop – Bar Bar Bar

These little ladies shot themselves onto the iconic stage within the space of only a few months with their quirky, danceable rendition of a 5 cylinder engine.   

PSY – Gangnam Style

Who knew a guy simulating riding a pony could ever be so popular! Of course there are lots of elements to PSY’s Gangnam style #WHOOP that made it become such a well-known dance.

Brown Eyed Girls – Abracadabra

The subtle “hip-sway” or “arrogant dance” move premiered in Brown Eyes Girls’ “Abracadabra” became even more iconic when group member Ga-in featured in Show Luo’s “Fantasy” and PSY’s “Gentlemen”.

Leehom Wang – 12 Zodiacs

Is Leehom’s "12 Zodiacs" dance iconic? It might be the fact that you’re dancing to the list of signs, “Rat, ox, tiger, rabbit” etc and that cute little peace-sign-finger-wave he does… we’re not sure, but it’s catchy as! And surprise surprise, Jamaica dela Cruz’s favourite :P

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu – Toast

So almost everything Kyary does is iconic right?  From how she dresses to her little Pon Pon Pon dance – so cute! But the one thing that really stands out is the shot of her “Candy Candy” MV running down the street with a piece of toast in her mouth.

Can you think of any others?