Jimmy Fallon gave the TikTok choreography creators the moment to shine. In the final episode of Jimmy Fallon starring The Tonight Show, the host welcomed the creators of the five viral TikTok dances to discuss their achievements and carry out their routines. The creators’ appearance came after Fallon’s TikTok star Addison Rae was criticized for performing viral dances on the night show without giving credit to their creators.
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“In our last show before the holidays, we were with Addison Rae, who taught me eight TikTok viral dances,” Fallon said. “We realize that the creators of these dances deserve to have their own spotlight, so now some of the creators will join me in my talk about how their dance went viral and then they will perform the dance themselves,” he said.
The first was Mya Nicole Johnson and Chris Cotter, who created the viral dance of Cardi B’s song “Up”. Cotter said he and Johnson decided to choreograph the song because they thought it had the “potential to go viral”. Johnson recalled Cardi B.’s support. “It was really exciting,” he said. “He posted our video twice on Instagram and then on TikTok, so it was a great experience.”
The next creator of the “Corvette Corvette” competition, YvnggPrince talked about his future prospects as a college student, actress, model and dancer. “I want to be a complete artist, showman,” he said. Will Smith and Kevin Hart are my inspiration. Fly Boy Fu, who created “Laffy Taffy (Remix)”, and Indii, who was responsible for the dance that came with it, came out later, the first revealed that he had put the piece in a shot, and the second shared that he choreographed the dance in five minutes.
“I was surprised because I didn’t expect it to go viral,” she admitted. “Blinding Lights” MACDADDYZ dance creators said their love for The Weeknd inspired them to choreograph the song. They said, “Foot movement was our favorite dance at the time, so we put it there, added some hand gestures, and it was perfect.” The most recent was Keara Wilson, who created Megan Thee Stallion’s mega viral dance floor “Savage.”