Dance
Couple’s incredible “Barbie” dance gets 4.8 million views
This is unbelievable!
Jaclyn Abergas
12.06.22

It was confusing at first. Most dancers came out gliding onto the stage with their partners but not this couple.

First, the woman, Veronika Voscalchuk, in a very pink gown, was carried onto the stage and placed in the middle of the dance floor.

Then two men brought in a man in a dashing blue suit, Alexander Voscalchuk, and placed him right behind Veronika.

Neither of them moved but they had these big smiles on their faces and unblinking eyes.

YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk
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YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk

Could it be? Are they Ken and Barbie?

The audience was laughing and clapping while Alexander and Veronica were brought onto the stage.

They already had an idea of what was going to happen.

But how will these dancers pull this off?

YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk
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YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk

Then the first notes of “Barbie Girl” by Aqua played on the speakers and the “dolls” were brought to life.

“Ken” and “Barbie” danced to the song as best as they could.

They have limited mobility as dolls, after all. Although they looked robotic while they danced, they made sure their moves showed off their personality. Since this was a ballroom dance competition, they, of course, had to include it in their performance.

YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk
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YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk

And you wonder, how are they going to keep up with the Barbie dance all throughout their performance?

And in the middle of their performance, they stopped, took something out of their clothes, and sprinkled the other with some kind of magic dust.

Ah, now, it’s different.

The magic sprinkles made them real humans.

YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk
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YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk

They can move like humans, too!

That’s when Alexander and Veronika showed why they’re World Dance Champions.

Meet Alexander and Veronika Voscalchuk, professional dancers from Miami, Florida.

They are World Showdance Champions, WDC US Open Ballroom Champions, 3-time National American Showdance Champions, 7-time National American Professional Ballroom Finalists, Top 12 World Professional Ballroom Championship, 3-time Professional Ballroom World Masters Champions, and winners of major American Professional Ballroom Championships, including Ohio Star Ball, Grand National, Florida Superstars, North American Imperial Star Ball, Masters DanceSport, Tri-State DanceSport Challenge, and many others.

Facebook - Alexander-Veronica Voscalchuk
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Facebook - Alexander-Veronica Voscalchuk

Wow, that was a handful!

They’re a power couple with over 30 years of professional dance experience.

They own Dance Flow Studio in Miami, where they teach different kinds of dance classes, including Waltz, Salsa, and Foxtrot, in private or in groups.

Facebook - Alexander-Veronica Voscalchuk
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Facebook - Alexander-Veronica Voscalchuk

When you watch their performance here at the Ohio Star Ball 2015, you’ll be mesmerized by their smooth dance moves.

When they dance together, it’s like they become one person.

And they just easily glide through the dance floor.

It looks like Veronica is stepping on Alexander’s feet and he guiding the dance steps for the two of them.

YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk
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YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk

But no.

It’s really the two of them dancing and moving in sync. No wonder these are world ballroom champions! They live and breathe dance.

After gliding through the dance floor, the magic sprinkles have now worn off and they’re back to being “Ken and Barbie.”

But before the magic could disappear, “Ken” hurried over to “Barbie” to savor their last human moments.

YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk
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YouTube Screenshot- Alexander & Veronika Voscalchuk

Want to see this clever and mesmerizing dance performance? Watch the video below.

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By Jaclyn Abergas
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Jaclyn Abergas is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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