Dance

Twins spin around to kick off killer country clogging routine

May 2nd, 2021

When talking about entertainment, dancing is one of the most exciting to watch. It is pretty easy to follow, and there is no need for you to side with a particular team. With the dancers’ quick and active movement on the dance floor, it is hard for you to blink and miss a move.

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Flickr - David Spender Source: Flickr - David Spender

They are can make the audience very focused on the presentation.This is the reason why dancing is one of the forms of entertainment that most cultures have.

The dancers certainly make dancing very easy to watch.

Meet the twin cloggers, who are definitely a great pair to watch on stage. You can hardly take your eyes off their performance for this championship competition they are in.

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YouTube - Morgan Mallum Source: YouTube - Morgan Mallum

What you may know about clogging is that it is line dancing or tap dancing. Probably, the very popular one to this is tap dancing. Those little girls wearing tutus or women forming a line and kicking their legs along and in sync are the common examples of tap dancing.

But, there are actually several dances in the scope of clogging. And this is basically characterized by striking the foot percussively to produce a sound that goes with the song’s rhythm, beat, or melody. A special type of shoes is worn to make the sound more audible and they are known as clogging shoes.

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The twins own the stage with their dance.

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YouTube - Morgan Mallum Source: YouTube - Morgan Mallum

Morgan and Madison Mallum are very skilled cloggers or tap dancers. On the stage, you will adore the twins for their admirable chemistry, setting them apart in competitions. And this is what makes them stand out as well. You can see that their talent is quite evident with the routine they do. They can move their feet quite fast, making it hard for you to keep up if you dance along with them.

Most say that the twins have that special connection and bond, which is much stronger than the non-twin siblings. Giving just that look before they start to dance, you can tell that there is something special with Madison and Morgan as they prepare to showcase their performance on stage.

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YouTube - Morgan Mallum Source: YouTube - Morgan Mallum

They present a fantastic clogging routine.

With many years of experience in clogging, they now possess the incredible skill. Also, they have been practicing quite hard for a long time being dance partners in various competitions that they have attended. Their feet are in perfect sync with each other, and they are very quick, not minding the feeling of losing their breath with the quick movement they make.

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YouTube - Morgan Mallum Source: YouTube - Morgan Mallum

They move with every beat, whether near or apart from each other.

The crowd is quite impressed with their performance as they become more creative with their routine. A move includes tapping backward and moving through a ring which they make with their arms. This leaves the audience watching intently and makes the people wonder how they can do it so well.

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YouTube - Morgan Mallum Source: YouTube - Morgan Mallum

The audience is in awe of their performance.

Since the video of their performance is posted, it already amassed more than 1,900,000 views. As you go through the comments, you can read countless positive words about the twin cloggers and their outstanding performance that show their energy, skill, and poise with every move they do.

Perfect is the word that best describes their dance presentation.

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YouTube - Morgan Mallum Source: YouTube - Morgan Mallum

One says:

“Thank you ladies for all your hard hours of practice so we can enjoy your performance.”

Watch their exceptional performance here and see for yourself how incredible they are on stage!

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Source: Morgan Mallum, Madly Odd, Tip Hero

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