“Alors on Danse”: Discover the meaning behind this viral TikTok dance
The “Alors on Danse” TikTok dance continues to take the platform by storm with its simple moves and fun beats. This TikTok dance was posted a month ago and yet the trend has yet to fade.
This TikTok dance was started by influencer @usimmango, who now has 3.3 million followers due to the popularity of the dance. Many speculate the soothing dance and simple movements is why the dance has become so popular, with many replicating the dance on their TikTok profiles.
Naturally, many have reposted their version of this TikTok dance on Twitter as well as their thoughts on the new trend. We shimmied our way through the threads to find the best reactions to the “Alors on Danse” TikTok dance. Get ready to bust a move as we dive into the “Alors on Danse” TikTok dance.
Slow and simple
@usimmango, or Usim E. Mang, started the trend after he and his five friends created the dance to a slowed down version of “Alors on Danse” by Belgian singer & rapper Stromae. The trend has taken off due to the 118 million views (and rising) from the video as well as many notable influencers & stars who copied the dance.
The two biggest examples include singer Jesse McCartney who did the dance as a meme while announcing “major news”. Lindsey Shaw’s attempt at the dance did garner some backlash from users after some influencers called her attempt racist because she seemed to be diminishing the success of Black creators.
In short, the simple dance has definitely taken TikTok by storm. Of course, Twitter was quick to follow in the trend as many have reposted their attempts at the dance to the platform as well as their thoughts on the trend.
[📽🍑] Tiktok Update
Let's Move, Under the Blue Sky 💙⛅️💙
เคลื่อนไหว ภายใต้ท้องฟ้า 💙⛅️💙
©️ Tiktok epex.official เพลง 🎵Stromae Alors on Danse – MEGUMI & KYO #EPEX #이펙스 #위시 #금동현 #뮤 #아민 #백승 #에이든 #예왕 #제프 pic.twitter.com/zDeTAfM3Ak
— 금동현 THAILAND ♡ (@KEUMDONGHYUN_TH) July 26, 2021
Twitter is vibing
Twitter is still abuzz about this new viral TikTok trend. Reactions to the “Alors on Danse” TikTok dance include:
There is this trend on tiktok foook I had to jump in#alorsondanse pic.twitter.com/RGLThKeX71
— Matiki RraMahlajana #WhatIF (@Rramahlajana) July 29, 2021
Jump away, dude!
Well well… 😏👌🏾
•#alorsondanse #ZEPETO #zepetofyp
•@zepeto_kr @zepeto_official @zepeto_jp pic.twitter.com/yxqiK4iIAQ
— Panda Boi (@panda_boi_zpt) July 21, 2021
Now that’s a cool edit, my dude, well done!
@zepeto_official @zepeto_jp @zepeto_kr #alorsondanse #zepeto #ZEPETO pic.twitter.com/o73qsMhRiF
— Barbie.Official.Zpt (@BarbieZpt) July 18, 2021
Definitely a new meaning to being a “Barbie girl”.
simpleng #alorsondanse muna 🤫 #fy #fyp #foryou #foryoupage pic.twitter.com/d9XwboxinA
— Vincent Rogie Rafael Basa (@rogie_basa) July 18, 2021
Very nice moves, dude . . . .
We kind of get excited when patients #brusheveryday! What gets you #dancing? @johntory how did we do??
.#alorsondanse #stromae #brushbeforebed #wackywednesday #dance #danse pic.twitter.com/TUPyPWA8iK
— chameleondentalarts (@chameleondent) July 14, 2021
We love that for you!
Not gonna lie this look smooth and cool at the same time🤩#tiktok #tiktokmy #malaysia #tiktoktrend #tiktokviral #StromaeAlorsonDanse #Stromae #alorsondanse #tiktokmusic #tiktokdancechallenge #dancechallenge pic.twitter.com/grDvo5dgyZ
— TikTok Malaysia Official (@tiktokmy) July 10, 2021
Smooth like butter . . . .
S1 ended the period with a French dance party last week🕺🏻💃🏽 #alorsondanse 👯♀️👯♂️ pic.twitter.com/zhwpRbaUrt
— Port Mod Langs (@portmodlangs) October 3, 2018
Definitely gonna be “Alors on Danse” 2.0, you watch.
Today's #First4Songs: #AlorsOnDanse by #Stromae, #LittleTalks by #OfMonstersAndMen, #Sandstorm by #Darude, #HeresToADrinkWithYou by #TheTossers.#music #DJSangsta #musicislife #Spotify #musicismyescape #oooShiny pic.twitter.com/QWw2UQJACK
— Sangsta's Music (@DJSangsta) August 10, 2020
It is a vibe on its own, no dance required.
FHS teachers Feelin’ the Magic! Taking a little lunch break to relieve some stress! #alorsondanse 💃@fauquierhs pic.twitter.com/wzRowXTBaZ
— OG Goepper (@madamegoepper5) October 9, 2020
Again, make this the new version of the dance! It looks so cute!
Studies have found that dance improves mood and cognitive skills, such as decision-making. It also helps reduce stress, increases levels of serotonin, and helps develop new neural connections that are involved in executive function and long-term memory! 💃 #alorsondanse
— OG Goepper (@madamegoepper5) September 26, 2020
Can’t argue with science . . . .
What are your thoughts on this new TikTok dance? Drop them below in the comments to keep our feet moving!