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Male dancer performs solo routine – then 30+ female dancers rush in for gorgeous dance to ‘Cry Me A River’

January 14th, 2020

Music like Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River,” has helped countless people get through the trials and tribulations of love. In this spectacular display of choreography brilliance, one male dancer is joined by a “river” of more than 30 female dancers creating a breathtaking performance.

This is mind-blowing, it looks like all 37 dancers are moving as one!

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The main dancer, George Lawrence II, does a powerful solo dance before more than 30 female dancers come roaring out

With ‘Cry Me A River’ playing in the back round, George does an intense dance by himself to start the video. The professional dancer spins, leaps, and runs across the ground to showcase his talent.

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That’s when 36 female dancers come sprinting out at full speed, running in a full circle until they’ve created a line on each side of George.

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Lead by the male dancer, the massive group does a flawless routine that creates a wave effect

This is one of the coolest dances I’ve ever seen, there perfect timing makes somewhat of an optical illusion. Right on cue with the music, the group of dancers puts together a sensational show.

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The outstanding routine was directed and choreographed by Andrew Winghart, just one of many epic performances he’s put together.

When the dancers spread out on the floor and mimic each other, it will give you chills

Not only is the choreography out of this world, but the videography is also magnificent. The person behind the camera switches back and forth from the stunning angles.

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George, the main dancer, leads the huge group throughout the whole song. Jaw-dropping moves continue to flood the screen, they almost look robotic at times.

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To end the video, the dancers weaved in and out doing a flurry of complex moves, before exiting the same way they entered

The last thirty seconds of the video are full of high-velocity dance moves until the female dancers sprint in a circle and leave the dance area as fast as they came in.

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People on the internet went crazy for the theatrical dance, with millions of people watching the viral sensation.

More than 4.5 million people viewed the spectacular dance to ‘Cry Me A River’ by Justin Timberlake

YouTube users from all around the world viewed the faultless dance, 115k liked the video and over 1.7k left comments praising the performance.

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“By far, one of my favorite pieces. The song is a classic to me, and creating such movement and injecting life into the words with such grace and flowyness; still speechless. Thank you, all of you!” Said one YouTube user.

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“Wow, I am very impressed by this dance! The choreography is absolutely breathtaking and the visual effects created by the dancers’ movements are incredible. Also, the dancers are so in sync it looks unreal. I’m truly speechless, great job!” Said another YouTuber.

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This is one of the best, all-around, dance performances we’ve ever seen. Every dancer had so much grace and power, with an intensity that practically grabs you through the screen. To see the insane routine for yourself, watch the video below!

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