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Australian country dancers stun the internet with awesome line dance show

October 6th, 2020

Country line dancing has spread all over the world.

The New South Wales Line Dancing Championships takes place every year in Sydney, Australia and always features talented dancers who compete for the title. At the NSW back in 2013, this HotFoot line dancing team steals the show while bringing the house down to “Fake I.D.” by Big and Rich featuring Gretchen Wilson.

Their timing will blow your mind!

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These line dancing experts went viral for their epic routine during the NSW Line Dance Championships.

One of the dancers, Nigel Mooney, posted the performance to her YouTube channel where she shines a light on the different styles of dance she loves and performs.

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At the beginning of their routine, one of the HotFoot dancers starts gliding across the dance floor before her teammates follow soon after.

Before you know it, six of the dancers are doing a synchronized line dance while a dancing couple swings behind them.

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The cowboys and cowgirls light up the stage stomping, shuffling and kicking their feet all perfectly on cue with each other.

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Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, more dancers join the mix and make the show even more spectacular.

The skilled line dancers don’t let up one bit—they tear through the complicated routine with no problems whatsoever!

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Watching them move flawlessly and right on point with one another is breathtaking, and their execution makes them stand out from the rest.

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The HotFoot line dancing team set the bar high for any teams to follow them, toe-tapping their way into hearts all around the world.

The cowboy-style country line dancing is actually very popular in Australia—they even have an event called the NSW Line Dance Ball that raises money for charity every year.

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The NSW Line Dance Ball is a fundraising event, all proceeds go to Ronald McDonald House Westmead.

Even with the Ball being canceled due to Covid-19 this year, they still managed to raise $10,000 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities Greater Western Sydney last month. On their Facebook page, they explain their goals for the NSW Line Dance Ball.

The NSW Line Dance Ball Committee is pleased to announce that, despite the cancellation of the 2020 Ball in April, and…

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“All funds raised go towards the refurbishment and maintenance of the current house at Westmead. In the past, the Ball has raised annually between $18,000 and $22,000. To date, these funds have helped to build a new roof for the house and to refurbish 4 family kitchenettes for example.”

Back to the HotFoot dance team’s epic performance, which they finish in brilliant fashion.

Toward the end of the video, the dancers start going full-speed all while remaining in perfect tandem with each other. They end with a flurry of complex moves, before clapping it out one last time to finish the show.

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It’s easy to see why people on the internet loved the HotFoot dance team’s terrific routine, dance enthusiast everywhere couldn’t get enough of the jaw-dropping performance.

Their dance at the NSW Line Dance Championships has been viewed over 2.7 million times with 16,000 likes.

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Hundreds of people also commented on the video, many of them wanted to learn the dance themselves so Nigel Mooney pinned a comment to the top explaining how.

These dancers are bar-none when it comes to synchronized country line dancing. They continue to inspire people seven years after they put together this phenomenal routine.

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To see the cowboys and cowgirls cut a rug, just watch the video below!

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Sources: YouTube/Nigel Mooney, Facebook/NSWLineDanceBall, Madly Odd

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