Eight viral dances you need to learn if you’re new to TikTok

If you’ve turned to TikTok to pass the time during lockdown, then JOIN. THE. CLUB! We can’t get enough of the video sharing platform and we could honestly spend hours swiping through the ‘for you page’.

Whilst we’ve already shared with you some of our favourite TikTok trends, one thing the platform does best is introducing us to viral dances. From TikTok queens Charli D’Amelio and Addison Rae to your next door neighbour, EVERYONE is getting involved in these dances and we are here for it.

Whether you’ve got two left feet or want to channel your inner Queen Bey, we’ve rounded up eight of our favourite viral dances which you need to learn if you’re new to TikTok!

Do It Again

Created by Stranger Things star Noah Schnapp, this cute dance to Pia Mia’s 2015 hit ‘Do It Again’ is the perfect dance for beginners and is super easy to style out. It’s drawn the attention of some of TikTok’s biggest stars, and even Pia Mia herself!


Say So

Doja Cat’s ‘Say So’ is one of the biggest viral dances on TikTok and whilst you might have only seen the chorus, there’s actually a dance routine for the verses too. Check out Addison Rae performing it below.


say so full dance!

♬ original sound – May


Another huge hit on TikTok, Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘Savage’ is the perfect dance routine for anyone wanting to show off a little attitude, especially when you throw it back.


NEW DANCE ALERT! ???? if u use my dance tag me so i can see???? @theestallion #writethelyrics #PlayWithLife #foyou #fyp #foryoupage #newdance #savage

♬ Savage – Megan Thee Stallion

Once you’ve mastered the original ‘Savage’ routine, why not give the remix version featuring Beyoncé a go? Even Megan herself has been showing off her fierce moves!


My first attempt at the #savageremixchallange ???????? ????????

♬ original sound – Megan Thee Stallion


Bringing Kesha’s 2010 track ‘Cannibal’ back into the mainstream ten years later, we’re absolutely obsessed with this dance. Check out Charli D’Amelio smashing it below.



♬ Cannibal – Ke$ha

Blinding Lights

The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ is one of the biggest songs of 2020 so far, and thanks to its infectious 80’s vibe, it’s no surprise that it’s made an appearance on TikTok and taken it by storm. Whilst it’s not as dancey as some of the other offerings on the platform, there’s no doubt that it will get your heart pumping!


Everyone keeps talking about how #isolation is going to be the cause of divorce … this was nearly the cause of ours ???? #blindinglights #husbandwife

♬ Blinding Lights – GREG DAHL

Break Up Song

Another 80s inspired track which is causing a stir on TikTok is Little Mix’s latest single ‘Break Up Song’. Perrie took to the platform to share a dance routine for the infectious chorus which has led to fans worldwide recreating it in the comfort of their homes. It even features in their newly released lockdown music video!


Our brand new single is out NOW! Iv gone all 80’s for this one… enjoy! #breakupsong ???? #foryou #foryoupag

♬ Break Up Song – Little Mix

Greedy x Treasure

Mashing up Ariana Grande’s ‘Greedy’ and Bruno Mars’ ‘Treasure’, this glistening dance routine is full of feel-good vibes. Whilst you might not be able to get together and dance with your pals atm, this routine looks phenomenal when you use the clone filter!


i LOVE this mashup!!!! #greedy #lifeathomequiz #keepingbusy

♬ GREEDY x TREASURE – conradrocha

Blow Your Mind (Mwah)

There are a lot of Dua Lipa inspired routines on TikTok however, one of our favourites is this routine to her 2016 hit ‘Blow Your Mind (Mwah)’. Best delivered with bundles of sass, this dance is growing in popularity by the minute!


I love this song ???????? #fyp #foryou #siblingcheck #workdistractions #bestfandom #newdance

♬ Blow Your Mind (Mwahchallenge) – Dua Lipa

What’s your favourite TikTok dance? Let us know on Twitter @Fuzzable

Written by Katrina

twenty-something content writer with a penchant for boybands, theatre and Disney. Email: katrinanaomirees@gmail.com

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