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The Official Ranking Of Famous People Dancing In The Grammys Audience

If there’s a bunch of music playing in a room, there’s bound to be dancing. But that doesn’t mean it’s going to be good. posted on

14. The Macklemore head nod:

Macklemore was head jamming to Willie Nelson, and even though it wasn’t the ravey part of the show, he could have at least body shimmied.

13. The Robin Thicke and Paula Patton sway:

What is this, a funeral concert?! What happened to those moves, Robin?? SCARED, ARE YA?

12. The Keith Urban head roll:

“WOOH! YEAH BOY, let’s ride a horse!”

11. The Bruno Mars turkey neck:

For a dancer in a bolo tie I expected a lot more.

10. The Sean Lennon banjo jig:

His moves are there, he just needs to practice a bit more and maybe loosen up his neck.

9. The Katy Perry shoulder shrugging:

“This beat is good, my shoulders can follow this beat!”

8. The Ringo clap:

CLAP CLAP CLAP. Sadly the clap is not an actual dance move, but the effort is there.

7. The Queen Latifah preach dance:

Yes. She’s feeling it. THE MUSIC LIVES INSIDE OF HER.

6. The Imagine Dragons full-body groove:

It takes time to learn to move like this but even more credit to them because they did it while covered in sticky red paint.

5. The Paul McCartney finger snap:

Similar to the Ringo Clap, but this Beatle utilizes only his phalanges, which takes concentration and real finger rhythm.

4. The Jayoncé body pulse and semi-Soulja Boy:

 

Yes. Good. Good.

3. The Steven Tyler hand jive:

DANCE LIKE NO ONE IS WATCHING

2. The Yoko Ono shimmy and peace giver:

 

Yoko Ono came to the Grammys a regular old person and left the dancing queen of our hearts. #Blessed to have her.

1. The Taylor “these legs don’t stop moving” Swift all-nighter:

 
 

Yeah, Yoko moved and Paul McCartney grooved, but there was no one — NO ONE — as dance-y as Taylor. Her feet needed a bucket of ice to recover from her intense body movements. She wins this one.

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