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Wednesday Dance Scene, Song, and Meme

Wednesday is based on the fictional family, The Addams Family, created by Charles Addams.

The family has appeared in books, video games, television, and film.

The main characters include Gomez, Morticia, Pugsley, and Wednesday.

Wednesday Addams is a teenager obsessed with death, punishing her brother, and raising spiders.

She is expelled from her former school and enrolled at Nevermore Academy.

In the academy, she attempts to master her psychic ability and enfold her parents’ secrets.

This article contains the Wednesday dance scene explained, what is the song in the dance, and memes of it on TikTok.

Wednesday dance scene

The Wednesday dance scene is one of the most iconic moments in the show.

In the scene, Wednesday is dancing in the RaveN in front of Tyler Galpin.

The scene was uploaded to YouTube by Netflix and got over 6 million views.

In an interview with Jenna Ortega, she said that she choreographed the dance herself.

“Things like the dance—I actually choreographed the dance—I remember it was a really chaotic dare”.

“Tim trusted me enough to do something like that and he used camera movements depending on what I was doing”.

Jake Hamilton, the interviewer, asked her about how she came up with the moves.

Jenna, “The thing is, I’m not a dancer at all. Fortunately, I really love The Cramps—I really love that song. It was a song that Tim and I chose together”.

“I took inspiration from Fosse Films—I watch a lot of Susie and the Banshees and just old music videos of Gothic artists and pieced it all together”.

What is the song in Wednesday’s dance?

The song in Wednesday’s dance is Goo Goo Muck by The Cramps.

The Cramps is an American rock band founded in 1976 and split after the death of their lead singer, Lux Interior.

Their genres include psychobilly, punk rock, gothabilly, and surf.

On YouTube, Goo Goo Muck has over 1.6 million views and was uploaded in 2013.

On TikTok, people are dancing to a different song—a sped-up/remixed version of Bloody Mary by Lady Gaga.

The original song by Lady Gaga has over 38 million views on YouTube.

Wednesday dance meme

On TikTok, Wednesday’s dance is trending and many TikTokers are dancing to the sped-up/remixed version of Bloody Mary by Lady Gaga.

The song isn’t even in the show, but many people relate the song to Wednesday’s dance because of how fitting it is.

A TikTok user, @wandaxsbf posted an edit of Wednesday dancing to Bloody Mary.

It got over 9 million views in less than 5 days and 690k likes.

The hashtag “#wednesday” has over 11 billion views on TikTok.

The official @wednesdayaddams on Twitter tweeted about the trend and approved it.

“I see you doing my dance moves to @LadyGaga’s Bloody Mary. I understand she is followed by little monsters. I approve”.

Lady Gaga retweeted the tweet and said “You’re welcome at Haus of Gaga anytime”.

The tweet got over 88k likes and more than 1.8k comments.

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