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Moonwalk (Things)

"The '70s had the Hustle; the '80s, the Moonwalk; we have the faux-lesbian dance."

The Hustle was a popular disco dance in the '70s. It started as a line dance, was appropriated by a disco musician named Van McCoy into a song appropriately named "The Hustle," became a huge dance craze, and was made most famous by Saturday Night Fever. The Moonwalk, contrary to popular belief, was not invented by Michael Jackson. A version of the Moonwalk was performed as early as 1932 by Cab Calloway. Michael Jackson merely coined the name "Moonwalk," made it extremely popular, and acted really crazy. Wait, that last one's totally now.

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