It is a truth universally acknowledged that fanboys and fangirls are some of the most creative people ever. This is doubly valid when we're talking about Twenty One Pilots fans, who have both the emotion and the talent. The amazing fanart and heart-stopping tattoos to come out of this fandom are proof enough.
This one is dedicated to the dancers in the fandom. Multiple people on YouTube have used some certified TØP tunes to create amazing choreographies and they kinda make us wish we hadn't quit dance classes at age 6. Oh well.
In no particular order:
Buffy Wienke was the first TØP fan we discovered in the dance community of YouTube. Our lives were never the same after her "Fairly Local" interpretation.
Then we found Riquette Ramsey's "Kitchen Sink" choreo. It made us happy. Then sad. Then happy again. So just like TØP, pretty much.
Sabria Joaquin's "Car Radio" dance was so expressive, we probably could have guessed the lyrics without listening to the song. If we didn't have them scribbled all over the office walls, obvi.
So we're not really surprised that this fairly profesh dance troupe does an amazing job of Travis Staton-Marerro's "Car Radio" choreo. Please don't ask how many times we've watched this video.
We wish we'd found Austin Lim and Cheryl Okuda's "Ode to Sleep" choreo before last Halloween. Oh well, we'll start the seasonal sharing early this year.
MsFedoraFeline, I don't know your name, but your fedora is spectacular and so is your "Doubt" choreo.
For being this complicated, Erica Cohen's "Tear In My Heart" freestyle gave us super chill vibes.
Look at A. J. Javia turning her dining room into a stage to the tune of "Ride".
Kazeem Azeez's "Car Radio" dance may have been filmed with a potato, but that didn't stop us from watching it again and again and again. Emotions were had.
In that same vein, Poppin Chaos' performance to a TØP/Gambino mashup is top notch.
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