Were the '70s really the height of disco, punk, and the sexual revolution? Host Justin Dodd investigates in this episode of “Misconceptions."
Britney Spears’s songs, music videos, and live performances defined an era and inspired an entire generation of future pop stars.
The Backstreet Boys’ 1999 smash “I Want It That Way,” which celebrates its 25th anniversary in April 2024, is among the definitive songs—if not the definitive song—of the ’90s teen-pop explosion.
Could anyone dance that horribly in real life? Yes.
A safari group in South Africa witnessed one bird’s epic failure to woo a female.
Bust a move on the gridiron with these iconic touchdown celebrations from NFL history, including Homer Jones’ first-ever end zone spike and more.
The pattern is named after the European dance craze, but what exactly the dots have to do with polka is a bit of a mystery.
Famed choreographer Willi Ninja's pioneering dance moves and gender-fluid style had a lasting influence on music and fashion, which still persists to this day.
You already know about Jane Fonda's Workout—but what about Mark Wahlberg's 'Form... Focus... Fitness'?
The warehouse dance scene from ‘Footloose’ takes on a different tone with realistic audio.
Kevin Bacon fought for our right to party, but he wasn’t the only one.
In the late ’90s, young people across America fell hard for swing, a musical genre that hadn’t been popular since before their parents were born.
Get the history behind Christopher Walken's dance moves in the 2001 music video 'Weapon of Choice.'
In 1998, Konami unveiled 'Dance Dance Revolution,' and embarrassing yourself in public became one of the coolest trends around.
The 2002 ‘Chicago’ movie gave us a John C. Reilly we’d never seen before. But members of his childhood church probably weren’t surprised.
Before the disco ball was part of 1970s dance culture, it was the hottest thing the 1897 Charlestown electrician's union had ever seen.
Los del Río's “Macarena” became the second longest-running number one in Billboard history, shifted 14 million copies, and sparked a dance craze that spread everywhere from the Olympics to the Democratic National Convention.
Rhythmic gymnastics is all about ribbons and balls, while artistic gymnastics is all about flips and tricks. But there’s a little more to it than that.
Each winter at the turn of the lunar calendar, the lion dancers put on a lively performance, gamboling about to the beat of pounding drums and crashing cymbals in dazzling spectacle meant to bring luck and prosperity.
The Victorian era gave rise to puffy gowns, dance cards, and a fun new phrase for getting out of a date.
Did the cast of ‘Center Stage’ really ride through Times Square in a limo? Also, whose idea was it to put a motorcycle onstage?
FX’s ‘Fosse/Verdon’ has captivated viewers with its behind-the-scenes look at the careers of Bob Fosse and Gwen Verdon, but there’s always more to know.