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Jenna Dewan Tatum Dances To 'Feel It Still' In Video Inspired By 'Thelma & Louise'

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In a video uploaded to her YouTube channel, dancer Jenna Dewan Tatum performs a Thelma & Louise-inspired dance to one of our favorite hits: Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still."  

In November, Billboard reported that "Feel It Still" topped "the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart for a 16th week (tied for sixth all-time; the chart began in 2009), scoring 11.8 million audience impressions in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. In all, the song accrued 118 million in audience across all radio formats, earning its fifth week at No. 1 on Radio Songs."

Now, Dewan Tatum's partnered up with choreographer Alison Faulk to create a dance to the song but with a music video inspired by one of her favorite movies. 

"One of my [favorite movies], with really strong female characters, is the classic, Thelma & Louise, from 1991," Dewan Tatum captions on YouTube. "So one really hot day in Los Angeles, my friend Alison Faulk — who is a really talented choreographer — and I watched the film and started to dance around. And it turned into this! Hope you like!"

The resulting performance features Dewan Tatum and Faulk driving down a road in a convertible before they pull over and hop a white fence. There in nature, they show off their moves in a quick dance that's sure to impress. 

"I sooooo wanna learn this dance," one person comments on YouTube. And we agree. 

You can check it all out below:

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