Obsessed with Taylor Swift‘s dance routine in the “Look What You Made Me Do” video? Now there’s hope of pulling it off yourself. Choreographer Kyle Hanagami (World of Dance) has isolated the singer’s moves (and added a bunch more) in his latest pop hit dance video, racking up more than 3 million views for a sizzling clip in which different groups of dancers hit the floor and strut their way through variations on the record-smashing video’s moves.
Before recreating Taylor’s moves, Hanagami recently celebrated smashing the 100 million views mark for his choreography vid for Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You.”
100 MILLION VIEWS on my choreography to Shape Of You!!! ———————— That’s completely insane! Thanks to all of you who watch, share and support. I love you guys. How should I celebrate? A tutorial? — #dance #choreography #shapeofyou #edsheeran #kylehanagami #kylehanagamichoreography #dancers #youtube #instadance
Of course it will take Hanagami a long time to catch up to the record-shattering run “LWYMMD” has been on since its release last week. In addition to likely running straight to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Sept. 16), the song has crushed global first-day streaming records on Spotify, also setting the record for most-watched lyric video in the first 24 hours of its release, and most-watched music video in 24 hours, among other high-water marks.