Watch the ice skater perfectly recreate the viral dance of the Netflix series

Gina Ortega Wednesday Adams’ Rave’N Dance to The Cramps “Goo Goo Muck” in Netflix Episode 4 Wednesday It got iconic just a few weeks after the series debuted, and now, one Russian ice skater has perfectly translated moves from the dance floor to the ice rink. During her performance at the 2023 Russian Figure Skating Championships last week, 16-year-old Camila Valeeva recreated Ortega’s choreography with a gothic dress and black pigtails on Wednesday. You can check out part of the performance for yourself in the TikTok video below (via detour).


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Valieva’s performance included not only the famous Wednesday dance. In the middle of her skating program, Valieva changed her riff to a faster version of Lady Gaga’s “Bloody Mary”. Valieva ended up winning the silver medal in the women’s first division of the competition, behind 15-year-old Sofia Akatieva.

Jenna Ortega designed it Wednesday she dances by herself.

Gina Ortega was a subject NME She appeared backstage in November, detailing everything that went into her Wednesday dance number. “I designed it myself!” Ortega said NME. “I’m not a dancer and I’m sure that’s obvious. I got the song.” [The Cramps’ 1981 single ‘Goo Goo Muck’] About a week ago, and I pulled everything I could… It’s crazy because it was my first day with COVID so the shoot was horrible. “

As Ortega revealed in an interview with eagle that she was inspired by 1980s goth club dances and that she watched videos of kids dancing in clubs before creating Wednesday’s dance moves.

“I was just inspired by videos of goth kids dancing in clubs in the 1980s,” said Ortega. “Len Lovech Music Videos & Sioux, Banshees & Foss Performances.”

“I feel like I’ve gained a new level of respect for this kind of work,” she added.

He is Wednesday Renewed for a second season?

Although Netflix hasn’t officially revealed the show’s status yet, Wednesday anchors Alfred Gough and Miles Millar say they have several years left if the show should be renewed. The Writer’s Room has also formed for a second season of the series, but again, no official Netflix renewal has been announced.

The duo said, “For us, it’s always looking to the future, and when we sit down to create a show, it looks forward to multiple seasons, ideally. That was never expected, but it’s the expectation that we hope the show will succeed,” the duo said in a chat with diverse. “So you always put out at least three or four seasons of potential storylines for characters. They can evolve and change. Often, you want to see which characters or cast and who you want to write about. So you want to make it open and organic enough to change it up.” And evolution, but we definitely have a very clear path of what we want to do in future seasons.”

all episodes Wednesday Streaming now on Netflix.


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