The Way You Move

These Dancers’ Might Be Dancing Through Heartbreak, But Their Moves Are So Smooth

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Love isn't always kind. Sometimes, it's downright rude. These dancers took out that aggression of being disrespected on the dance floor by using Brian Friedman's fierce choreography to groove to Becky Hill's "Rude Love."

Friedman is a well-known choreographer and director for concert tours, music videos, commercials, and films. And these students took in everything by grasping and projecting the grand, graceful, and captivating moves he gave them, that integrate contemporary styles and hip-hop dancing.


Pair that with Hill's recent single and it created dance magic.

Hill was first discovered on The Voice UK after giving a killer rendition of John Legend's "Ordinary People." Now, she's on the steady rise to fame with more than 40,000 Instagram followers and nearly 307,000 views of "Rude Love" on Vevo.

Check out how Friedman’s dancers smashed the dance floor to Hill’s “Rude Love” below:

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