'Savage Remix' Inspires Some Equally Savage Choreography

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I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve been trying my best to lean into any moments of joy I can find during this dystopian timeline we are now living in.

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Thankfully Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion, patron saints of Houston and hot black girls everywhere, recently dropped the remix to “Savage”—the bop that became the eponymously named challenge everybody was already filming themselves doing while staying at home during this pandemic.

Queen Bey sings in the new song that she’s turning it up 800 degrees and black people have been responding accordingly with—you guessed it—some more fire choreography.

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Kiera Wilson, creator of the dance that first went viral with the song, posted an updated version:

Since I still haven’t mastered the original choreography, I think I’m gonna just find joy by admiring these even more advanced dances.

They’re pretty damn impressive:

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Do you have a favorite of the new dances?

Writer, speaker, finesser, and a fly dresser. Jamaican-American currently chilling in Chicago.

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There is no way one of those Pat Boone TikTokers can water these dance moves down and rip off these talented young ladies.