If you haven’t heard by now, Netflix’s The Addams Family has been taking the world by storm with Netflix’s “Wednesday”. All eyes are on Jenna Ortega, as her spectacularly choreographed dance moves to a certain ’80s classic song have everyone in awe.
Jenna Ortega’s dance in episode 4 of Tim Burton’s series “Wednesday” on Netflix has become something of an internet obsession. With her jerky and bewitching movements, she’s had people all over the world trying to figure out what music she’s dancing too! The answer happens to be “Goo Goo Muck” by The Cramps- a song released way back in 1981! It wouldn’t surprise us if this old classic suddenly picked up more steam on streaming platforms shortly. Even Lady Gaga got in on the trend since some TikTok users are now using a remix of her song “Bloody Mary” to perform Jenna Ortega’s mesmerizing choreography. Who said you can’t teach an old tune some new tricks?
**“Wednesday” at the top on Netflix**
The phenomenon of ‘Wednesday’ is taking everything by storm. After one week of airing on Netflix, the series has beaten the record of season 4 of ‘Stranger Things’. The Tim Burton fiction is achieving one of the best starts on the platform.
The similarities between ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Wednesday’ don’t stop there. Another 80s hit had also been a huge success thanks to the popularity of the series. Remember: in the last season of ‘Stranger Things on Netflix, viewers became completely fans of the Kate Bush song, ‘Running Up That Hill’.
Many highlights of the series are already attracting attention. One of them is a particular dance created by Wednesday herself. It's no wonder that Lady Gaga was inspired by it and chose to recreate this scene from the show. Fans around the world were able to witness her amazing rendition of the cult choreography when she posted it on her social media accounts. Her post perfectly captures Wednesday's signature quirky, […]
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