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Choreography Set To Justin Timberlake's 'Filthy' Is Bound To Make You Want To Get Up And Dance

Choreographer Alexander Chung shows us once again that he's immensely talented.

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As Justin Timberlake is hard at work on nailing down his halftime show choreography for the 52nd Super Bowl, other choreographers are using his music as inspiration for their own moves. Los Angeles-based dancer Alexander Chung, who has previously impressed us with his routine set to Taylor Swift and Zayn's "I Don't Wanna Live Forever," took on a Timberlake track in his latest choreography. 

In a video he shared on YouTube, groups of his students showcase their talent as they step to "Filthy." The song is the first single off of Timberlake's new album Man of the Woodswhich will be released on February 2, two days before his halftime show performance. 

"I had to choreograph to this song," Chung wrote on YouTube. "JT is such a legend and It's always a blessing when he releases new songs for us dancers lol! It was awesome to feel this one out." 

We're definitely glad he did because the result was enjoyable to watch.

Check it out in the video below:

Cover image via Antonio Scorza /

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