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SAD GIRLZ LUV MONEY - Remix - Amaarae & Kali Uchis



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rules – Epic Dance Showcase-Dance Competitions

rules – Epic Dance Showcase-Dance Competitions




  • There is no limit to the number of entries a studio may enter.
  • All entries must be submitted with payment in full using cashier’s check or money order. Studio checks will only be accepted 30 days prior to event. There will be a $50 fee added to all returned checks. NO studio or personal checks will be accepted at the event. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!
  • All entries must be entered or postmarked at least 30 days in advance of the first day of competition. Late entries will be accepted after the 30 day deadline, but are subject to a $10.00 per entry late fee, until competition has been sold out.
  • All routines must be appropriate. Please remember this is a family event. All routines deemed inappropriate by our staff will be disqualified.
  • All dancers/performers, teachers, parents and audience members should conduct themselves in an appropriate manner at all times during the competition.
  • Dressing rooms will be assigned when at all possible.
  • There is a limit of 3 solos per performer at each regional event.
  • A 10 point deduction will be made for routines that are not completed on the first try. Technical difficulties, etc., will not be held against any performer.
  • A studio/participant may compete in more than one regional as well as our nationals.
  • Routines must be performed in the order in which they were scheduled. Only Epic staff/backstage manager may change the order due to costume changes. Routines must be performed on their scheduled day.
  • Studio directors will be given a copy of the competition schedule one week prior to the event. All changes and/or corrections must be submitted to Epic before the stated deadline. A $25.00 charge may be added to changes made after the deadline. All changes need to be emailed to ensure accuracy.
  • No dancing/instructing from the sides of stage or audience. Assisting may result in disqualification and/or point deduction.
  • Studio teachers will need to provide proof of age within 1 hour, if asked by an Epic staff member.
  • Studio owners will need to have their dancers ready to perform 1.5 hours prior to their scheduled time. Failure to adhere to this guideline may result in a point deduction. A grace period of 4 dances will be allowed for costume changes. The backstage manager will approve these changes.


  • Solo– 1 performer
  • Duet– 2 performers
  • Trio– 3 performers
  • Small Group– 4-9 performers
  • Large Group– 10-16 performers
  • Super Group/Line– 17 and up performers
  • Production– unlimited amount of performers and must have a theme


  • Mini– age 6 and under
  • Petite– ages 7-9
  • Junior– ages 10-12
  • Teen– ages 13-15
  • Senior– ages 16-20
  • Adult– ages 21 and up including teachers


  • The age of the performer will be determined as of January 1. For duets, trios, and all groups including production, please average the ages of all the performers. If the average age contains a decimal; drop the decimal. For example, if the average age is 12.7 drop the .7. The average age would be 12 and that routine would compete as a junior entry. Please note: Bump rule will apply to all age groups and categories, EXCLUDING THE PRODUCTION CATEGORY. Duet/Trio and Group entries cannot compete in an age division more than one division younger than the oldest dancer; regardless of the average age. For example, if an 18 year old (senior) danced in a group with an average age of 10 (junior), the dance would be scored in the teen age category, since the teen category is one level down from the oldest dancer in the group.
  • Teachers are individuals who are compensated for teaching classes and/or choreography for 3 or more hours per week. Teachers must compete in the adult age division.


  • Competitive– For those students who dance 3 or fewer hours per week. Recreational entries will not be eligible for cash prizes.
  • Advanced– For students that participate in class and/or extra rehearsals for 4-6 hours per week.
  • Elite– For students that participate in class and/or extra rehearsals for 7 or more hours per week.
  • Routines containing a combination of competitive, advanced, and elite dancers/performers should be entered in the level in which the majority of the dancers fall.
  • Since Epic staff has no way of knowing how many hours a student/performer dances, or how many years they have danced, it is up to their teachers to use their judgment and place them in the appropriate level. Our Epic staff and judges feel confident that you as dance studio owners and instructors will be honest and fair when evaluating your routines. Judges may move routines to the appropriate category if they feel the routine has been misappropriated. ALL JUDGES DECISIONS ARE FINAL!!

Title Division – Epic will be offering a titles competition incorporated into solo competition. All solos in the advanced and elite levels will be considered for our Dancer of the Year Finalist (title winners) at no additional charge at regionals. Mini solos may be taken from any level of competition. Selections will be made in each age group. There is no predetermined criteria for selections; finalists are chosen by the judges based on a variety of factors – performance, technique, choreography or any combination thereof. No minimum or maximum number of finalist selections is set per regional. Solos in the adult age class are not eligible for title selections. Additional information will be given to title selection winners at regional competitions.

  • Acrobatic– routine containing acrobatic technique with dance steps to connect moves
  • Ballet– routine containing ballet technique- No acrobatic tricks
  • Baton– use of baton with dance steps to connect moves
  • Character– dance routine of any style that portrays a character-No vocals allowed
  • Clogging– routine using clogging technique and steps
  • Contemporary– blended modern and lyrical styles
  • Ethnic/Folk-routine using movement specific to a particular culture or nationality
  • Hip-Hop– routine consisting of primarily hip-hop technique-NO suggestive moves or inappropriate music
  • Jazz– routine using jazz technique and steps
  • Lyrical– routine containing interpretation of music using balance, extensions and control
  • Liturgical– routine which incorporates praise and worship
  • Modeling– model in “T” formation in either causal wear, sportswear or formal wear
  • Modern– interpretative dance using balance and control
  • Musical Theatre– routine portraying a Broadway or movie character or theme-No vocals allowed- Lip syncing is allowed
  • Novelty– any routine not fitting into any other category-No Acrobatics
  • Open– routine consisting of more than one dance style-Unlimited acrobatics are allowed, but they must be connected by a series of dance moves
  • Photogenic– photos should be 5×7 or 8×10 and are accepted any day up to their respective day of competition- Headshots are preferred- Photos will be returned on the last day of competition with teacher’s score sheets
  • Pointe-routine with ballet steps using pointe shoes- No Acrobatics
  • Pom Pon– a routine using pom pons with dance moves- Acrobatics allowed but no stunts or tosses
  • Song and Dance– routine using vocals and dancing-No vocals on music CD
  • Tap– routine containing tap steps and technique. No tap sounds in music please
  •  Theater Jazz-a routine containing a Broadway/Theater theme and jazz technique- No vocals allowed- Lip syncing is allowed
  • Variety– any style of dance with only 3 acrobatic tricks allowed
  • Vocal– vocal singing- no vocals on music CD
  • Unlimited acrobatics are only eligible to compete in the following categories: Acrobatics, Open and Pom Pon. Otherwise; only 3 acrobatic tricks are allowed per routine. Judges will be instructed to move routines containing more than 3 acrobatic tricks to one of the appropriate categories. A pass is considered one trick. It is considered one trick if multiple students do identical passes at the same time.


  • Studio Owners may contact our office for detailed pricing.
  • Photogenic entries are $30.00 per entry at Regionals and $35.00 per entry at Nationals. They are paid when the photos are submitted.


  • A 5% rebate of entry fees is available to studios whose entries are postmarked and paid in full 30 days prior to the first day of competition. Rebates will be made out to the dance studio and given to the studio owner at check-in during the first day of competition.


  • Solo & Duet/Trio- 3 minute maximum
  • Small Group- 3 minute maximum
  • Large Group- 3 minutes and 30 seconds
  • Super Group/Line- 4 minutes maximum
  • Productions- 10 minutes (includes set up of props)
    Extra time may be purchased for group entries. Please contact our office for clarification.


  • Props-No use of live props, such as animals or people during a routine. No dangerous or destructive props such as fire, water, knives, guns, swords, glitter, confetti, paint, etc.
  • Props may be used in all categories. With the exception of production, please limit all set and removal of props to one minute.


  • All video recording and photography of any kind is PROHIBITED!! This is put in place to protect choreography and costumes of all studios. Failure to comply, could result in the disqualification of the routine. Epic staff reserves the right to remove the media being used or those using it from the event.
  • A professional photographer and videographer will be available at most venues for dancers/performers to purchase their own photos and videos.


  • Our method of music is Dance Comp Genie’s upload feature.
  • Speed control will not be adjusted by Epic staff.
  • No additional sound equipment or microphones may be used or connected to the Epic sound system.
  • It is advisable for all routines to have an additional backup for music.   We accept iPads, flash drives, phones, and tablets.  NO CD’S.
  • All backup music must be labeled with studio name, entry number and song title.
  • No tap sounds are allowed in the music for entries entered in the Tap category.


  • Epic Diamond   300-295
  • Diamond     294-290
  • High Platinum     289-275
  • Platinum      274-259
  • High Gold     258-239
  • Gold     238-201
  • Silver     200-150

Routines will be judged according to the following:

  • Technique      35 points
  • Choreography     15 points
  • Execution of choreography     20 points
  • Presentation      15 points
  • Costume      5 points
  • Overall appeal      10 points

Epic will provide a panel of competent judges consisting of teachers, choreographers, and/or working professionals.

  • Routines will be given a numerical score from each judge.
  • Judging will be based on technique, choreography, execution of choreography, presentation, costume and overall appeal.
  • Judges decisions are FINAL!!
  • If a tie in scoring occurs, the tie will be broken based on technique, then choreography, execution of choreography, presentation, costume and overall appeal. If a tie still exists, the judges will make the final decision.
  • A minimum point requirement must be met to receive 1st place in the event that only one entry is registered in that category.
  • When possible, Epic will provide critiques to each studio owner from all three judges for each routine. Critiques will be given in written, audio, and/or video format.
  • Epic will not be held responsible for music or score sheets left behind at competition.


  • Every entry/routine will be receive an award representing their adjudicated score.
  • Cash prizes and/or gift certificates will be given to select overall winners.
  • Special Awards: High Score Soloist, High Score Duet/Trio, High Score Group, Judges Awards, Epic Moment Award, Subjective Awards, and Epic Studio Grand Champion. A studio must enter and perform a total of at least 10 group routines in order to be eligible for the Epic Grand Champion at regionals. At nationals, where the Epic Grand Champion award is given in the 12 and under and 13 and over age divisions, there must be at least 10 group routines in each division to be eligible for that award.
  • All cash awards, gift certificates, and/or scholarships will be based on the number of total entries for the competition.
    If there are 1-4 routines in a division – 1st place only will be awarded.
    If there are 5-6 routines in a division – 1st – 3rd place will be awarded.
    If there are 7-11 routines in a division – 1st – 5th place will be awarded.
    If there are 12 or more routines in a division – 1st – 10th place will be awarded.
  • Any petite, junior, teen, or senior soloist or members of a duet/trio who scores a Diamond at any of our regionals, will automatically be considered an “EPIC DANCER” and will be eligible to participate in our National Opening Number, schedule permitting!!! In addition, select “Epic Dancers” will be considered for assisting our esteemed choreographers during classes at Epic Conventions.   Please contact Epic Staff for more details.


  • Routines/entries must receive a Gold or higher adjudicated score to qualify for Nationals.
  • Studios who do not attend a regional event, may submit a video entry of each routine to be considered for Nationals. Each video entry must be submitted at least 45 days before National Finals.
  • Free master classes and workshops at Nationals, schedule permitting.


  • All contestants grant permission to the Epic Directors and Staff to use their names and/or photographs on the Epic website or program books/flyers.
  • Overall winners from Epic’s Nationals may not compete the same routine in the same division at any of the following year’s regionals or nationals.
  • Smoking, eating and drinking are not permitted in the competition area.
  • Epic reserves the right to cancel or move any competition or convention due to weather, number of entries or any other circumstances deemed necessary.
  • Epic Dance Showcase and the hosting facility are not responsible for personal injury to performers, spectators, or personal property loss. By entering this event, it is agreed that participants or spectators will not hold Epic Dance Showcase, LLC or its officers, directors, staff or employees responsible for injuries sustained or illnesses contracted by them while in attendance of their competitions/conventions.
  • All credit and/or scholarships issued by Epic Dance Showcase must be used within one year from the date issued.

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  1. Fortnite dance expenses and emotes
  2. general dances and emotes
  3. unusual emotes and dances
  4. Sizzlin'
  5. Call Me
  6. Feelin' Jaunty
  7. Rock Paper Scissors
  8. Ikonik dance
  9. Air Horn
  10. T-Pose
  11. Happy Pump06 Fist050002 Launched by Epic Games in July 2017, Fortnite, a free-to-play cross-platform battle royale game, has gained worldwide popularity in a short period of time thanks to its vivid storyline, high-tech graphics, and the introduction of new game modes. Also in the gameplay of the "Royal Battle" there is an opportunity to express yourself through dance emotions. Many Fortnite dances are an item required to complete quests.

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    Part of the gameplay of Fortnite belongs entirely to music. These are special promotions that precede the launch of a separate season, and collaborations with leading musicians invited to special events in the gaming space, and emotions, with the help of which each gamer can celebrate a victory over an opponent or greet a friendly team.

    Emotes can be created by Fortnite players, game fans or anyone else.

    Also, the developers use the names, songs and dance moves of the star performers from show business. The table shows all types of dances that can be used by gamers.

    Dancing & emotions grading and pricing in Fortnite
    Specification Price Where to buy
    Standard Free Fortnite game
    Unusual 200 V-Bucks Fortnite game store
    Rare 500 V-Bucks Fortnite game store
    Epic 800 V-Bucks Fortnite game store

    General dances and emotes

    The start of the game in Fortnite is marked by a free emote "Dancing!". Each new user gets the opportunity to mark their presence in the Royal Battles with simple dance moves.

    Unusual emotions and dances

    Unusual dancing & emotions are available to players for the in-game currency - V-Bucks. Musical compositions have their own unique style and are designed to characterize a particular action of a gamer.


    You can try roasting burger meat with Sizzlin’. And then perform this dance with a team of friends, intimidating rivals. The Burger Lord first appeared in the 9th season of Fortnite.

    Call Me

    Stay connected even when you're not online. The Call Me emote will tell your teammates that it's time to take a timeout and reload the guns.

    Feelin' Jaunty

    Season 11 of Fortnite introduces the Winner's Walk. Step along with Feelin' Jaunty towards your dream, overcoming obstacles.

    Rock Paper Scissors

    Play Rock-Paper-Scissors with your friends to determine the winner in a fair competition. This emote first appeared in the 3rd season of Fortnite.

    Ikonik dance

    Gamers' favorite character Ikonik performs the best dances of Fortnite season 8.

    Air Horn

    The trumpet call of the Air Horn, announcing your location, will help your teammates find you. But this furious sound can also attract game rivals.


    Freeze in a T-pose with your arms wide apart and your opponent may not be able to distinguish you from part of the game landscape.

    Fist Pump

    Fortnite season 5 has a Winner emote. Energetic waving of the arms during the dance will tell you that this skating rink is behind you.

    Slap Happy

    Happy dance claps can tell about your good mood and good spirits before the upcoming match.

    Raining Doubloons

    A rain of real doubloons (gold coins) that a lucky player scatters with both hands is an emote added to the game during the celebration of St. Patrick's Day.


    The Jubilation dance is one of the brightest emote in the game. Its unusual rarity will allow you to express a good mood in full force.


    The Floss Dance could be obtained in Fortnite Season 2 by completing the 49 Battle Pass. It was first performed by the teenager Backpack Kid, who became a member of the show Katy Perry.

    Rare emotes and dances

    Rare dancing & emotions are available to players for the in-game currency V-Bucks in the Fortnite in-game store. Each of them has a unique style and is designed to characterize one or another action of the gamer.

    Knee Slapper

    Cowboy dances in the Wild West appeared in the game in the 6th season. Clap to the beat of your own rhythmic dance moves.

    Fancy Feet

    Move, move, move, and your feet will lead you to victory with the Fancy Feet emote.

    On the Hook

    The rare "On the Hook" emote will show who pulled the ice rink. If your opponent is On the Hook, victory is in your pocket. Dance and drag the caught fish.

    Orange Justice

    The Orange Judgment Dance was introduced in Season 4. There are several versions of his appearance in Fortnite.

    One of them tells about a boy in an orange shirt who became the first performer of a dance he invented.

    In his version of Orange Justice and appeared on the Internet.


    The Baller sports emote appeared in the 4th game season and immediately fell in love with all Fortnite gamers.


    The "Boneless" dance was presented by the famous UFC fighter Conor McGregor, after which Boneless appeared in the in-game store and became the favorite emote of the players.


    "Perpetual Motion", "Fidget" - as soon as they do not call this emote. Enough time has passed since its appearance in the game, but the popularity of Rambunctious among Fortnite players is only growing.

    Keep it Mello

    Marshmallow Dance was added to the game after the DJ Marshmallow event. To get it, you had to pass the tests of the Concert. Marshmallow energy is charged with positive emotions and drive. Raise your hand and you will feel a surge of vivacity along with DJ Mello.


    Fans of "Aerobics" developers have introduced emote Zany. This dance can be found in the Fortnite in-game store.


    Emote Wiggle's undulating motions will help you secure your victory in the best possible way. The Hinged Dance can be purchased from the Fortnite in-game store.

    Electro Swing

    Swing and get electro powered. Old school fans will find dance Electro Swing in the Fortnite in-game store.

    Epic Dancing & Emotions

    Epic dancing & emotions are available to players for the in-game currency V-Bucks in the Fortnite in-game store. Each musical composition has a unique style and is designed to characterize one or another action of the hero.


    "Dance of the Nutcracker" appeared in the 7th game season under the motto: "For someone to dance like cracking nuts." Suitable for Nutcracker or Shell skin.

    True Heart

    Disco emote "True Heart" is dynamic and spectacular. Creates a light moody flair. Will decorate the locker of any hero or heroine of Fortnite.

    Phone It In

    Phone It In is an epic emote for jazz lovers. It's called "Saxophonist". High-quality emote for the heroes of Fortnite.


    The energy of dance and vitality for lovers of movement and vivid emotions is presented by the developers in the form of Vivacious.


    Zombie emote from girl band Necrophilia found its way into Fortnite. The incarnation of Reanimated in the gaming space went with a bang. The high-quality emote appealed to both experienced Battle Royale players and new gamers.

    Smooth Moves

    A quality emote for the Smooth Moves launch pad will allow you to arrange a real dance battle. Everyone who finds themselves in the rhythm of this dance will feel like stylish and fashionable characters.

    Boogie Down

    Dance with everyone using the free emote Boogie Down. To get it, you need to enable two-step authorization in the game.


    The American series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air has become another emote supplier for Battle Royale. Stylish and incendiary music has made Fresh the favorite dance of Fortnite gamers.

    Star Power

    The energetic star power of emote Star Power is enhanced by the glow of a rainbow. Whoever uses it is a real superstar. No autographs please.

    Llama Bell

    Emote Llama Bell is dedicated to the most important symbol of the Fortnite game - Lama. The game legend says that the one who uses this emote finds Lam more often, and Lama is a mysterious and random creature.

    Disco Fever

    Passionate disco came to Fortnite from the distant 70s. 20th century

    However, Disco Fever is still able to make anyone who wants to be the star of the dance floor.

    Electro Shuffle

    Electro Shuffle has an original artist, a teenage girl. Thanks to her, the incendiary emote has become a great addition to the Fortnite dance collection. Express yourself on the battlefield!

    Promotional dances and emotions

    In addition to paid store dancing & emotions, there are also promotional compositions in the game. Among them are:

    1. Boogie Down. In 2018, the developer Epic Games presented a free emoji dance, which could be received by every user of the Royal Battle by enabling 2-factor authentication to protect the game account. The news was launched on the official Twitter of the developer.
    2. Freestylin'. This free emote was given out to Fortnite gamers for linking their game account to Twitch Prime in 2018.
    3. Hot Marat. The new Hot Marat emote was created as a result of a collaboration between Epic Games and Disney in 2018. Each player could get it for free as part of an ongoing promotion in the in-game store.
    4. Take the Elf. The free "Christmas Mood" emote was timed to coincide with the New Year's Fortnite 14 Days Challenge, and every player could get it for free for completed tasks in 2019.

    List of all dances and emotes

    Battle Royale Fortnite has multiple seasons, each with its own distinct dancing & emotions.

    Season 7

    Season 7 Emotion Dance:

    • Golf Clap;
    • Shimmer;
    • Mic Drop;
    • Get Funky;
    • Free Flow;
    • Cat Flip;
    • Point It Out;
    • Backstroke;
    • Ground Pound;
    • Accolades;
    • WayPoint;
    • Wing Tip;
    • Clean Groove;
    • Crackdown;
    • Fandangle;
    • Jam Boree;
    • Knee Slapper;
    • Mime Time;
    • Overdrive;
    • Showstopper;
    • Unwrapped;
    • Marsh Walk;
    • Take the Elf;
    • Keep It Mello;
    • Air Horn;
    • Bobbin';
    • Cheer Up;
    • Daydream;
    • Flux;
    • Lazy Shuffle;
    • Mind Blown;
    • Shaolin Sit-Up;
    • Glowsticks;
    • IDK;
    • Slick;
    • Whirlwind.

    season 6

    Emotion-dance of the 6th season:

    • Regal Wave;
    • Running Man;
    • Slitherin';
    • Flamenko;
    • Glitter Up;
    • Bombastic;
    • Behold;
    • Busy;
    • Crazy Feet;
    • Criss Cross;
    • Drop the Bass;
    • Denied;
    • Electro Swing;
    • Headbanger;
    • Hot Marat;
    • Howl;
    • Llamacadabra;
    • Phone It In;
    • Scorecard;
    • Smooth Moves;
    • Somethings Stinks;
    • Spike it;
    • Sprinkler;
    • Tai Chi;
    • T-Pose;
    • Treat Yourself.

    Season 5

    Season 5 Emotes:

    • Gentleman’s Dab;
    • You're Awesome;
    • Swipe It;
    • Calculated;
    • Breakdown;
    • Boogie Down;
    • Capoeira;
    • Fancy Feet;
    • Flipping' Incredible
    • Go! Go! Go!
    • Hand Signals;
    • On the Hook;
    • Hula;
    • Intensity;
    • Job well done;
    • Living large;
    • Llama Bell;
    • Pumpernickel;
    • Shake it Up;
    • Hot Stuff;
    • Dance Therapy;
    • Praise the Tomato;
    • Twist;
    • Work it out;
    • Battle Call;
    • Fist Pump;
    • Hitchhiker;
    • My Idol;
    • Vivacious.

    Season 4

    Season 4 Emotion Dance:

    • Orange Justice;
    • Popcorn;
    • Respect;
    • Hype;
    • Groove Jam;
    • Baller;
    • Boneless;
    • Bring it;
    • Chicken;
    • Click!;
    • Infinite Dab;
    • dip;
    • Eagle;
    • Freestylin;
    • Kick Ups;
    • Laugh it Up;
    • Pop Lock;
    • Rambunctious;
    • Rawr;
    • Red Card;
    • Rock Paper Scissors;
    • Rocket Spinner;
    • Snap;
    • Sparkler;
    • Squat Kick;
    • Star Power;
    • Take 14;
    • Thumbs Up/Down;
    • Tidy;
    • True Heart;
    • Waterworks;
    • Zany.

    Season 3

    Season 3 Emotes:

    • Salute;
    • Take the L;
    • Best Mates;
    • The Robot;
    • Flippin' Sexsy;
    • Jubilation;
    • Disco Fever;
    • Hootenanny;
    • Wiggle;
    • Confused;
    • Rock Out;
    • Reanimated;
    • Face Palm;
    • Breaking Point;
    • Breakin';
    • Brush Your Shoulders;
    • Make it Rain;
    • Rocket Rodeo;
    • Step it Up.

    Season 2

    Emotion-dance of the 2nd season:

    • Wave;
    • Ride the Pony;
    • The Worm;
    • Floss;
    • Electro Shuffle;
    • Slow Clap;
    • Pure Salt;
    • True Love;
    • Kiss Kiss;
    • Flapper;
    • Fresh;
    • Gun Show;
    • Inger Guns;
    • Dab.

    How to dance in Fortnite

    In Battle Royale Fortnite, players are given tasks during challenges, including the need to dance after or during the quest. To fulfill this condition, you need:

    1. Press English B on PC keyboard; d-pad on controller or "!" on Android.
    2. Select the desired emote in the game locker.
    3. Activate emote by fulfilling the conditions of the task.

    Fortnite dancing in real life

    In real life, many gamers reenact their favorite Fortnite dancing/emotes and also provide training for other fans.

    What are your favorite Battle Royale emotes? What dances do you already know and which ones would you like to learn? Which season is the busiest in terms of dancing/emotes? Most boosted and default emotions?

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    All Fortinte dances and emotes

    Fortnite dances and emotes can be obtained by purchasing them with V-Bucks or by completing Battle Pass missions. Each season features new emotes and dances.

    Fortnite dance and emote categories

    Each emote or dance is assigned a rarity and each category has a cost:

    • Green (Uncommon): 200 V-Bucks.
    • Blue (Rare): 500 V-Bucks.
    • Purple (Epic): 800 V-Bucks.

    List of all dances and emotes in Fortnite

    Shared dances and emotes

    Currently there is only one shared dance/emote and that is “Dances”. This is the default dance you get at the start of the game.


    Unusual dances and emotions

    Each of these items will cost you 200 V-Bucks.

    Breaking Point


    Battle Call

    Brush your shoulders


    Bring it


    Face Palm


    Fist Pump

    Finger Guns

    Finger Wag

    Go! Go! Go!

    Job Well Done


    Ground Pound

    Hot Stuff


    Mind Blown

    My Idol!

    Gun Show


    Rock, Paper, Scissors

    Red Card

    Shaolin Sit-Up


    Slow Clap


    Take 14


    Thumbs Down

    Thumbs Up

    True Love



    I don't know

    Air Horn

    Time Out

    Rare Dances and Emotes

    Dances and Emotes in this category cost 500 V-Bucks each.





    Boneless (without bones)


    Clean Groove (GRUV)





    9000 EAGL


    Fancy Feet

    Flippin' Incredible


    Hand Signals


    Sexy Flippin Sexy0003


    Rocket Rodeo

    Smooth Moves

    Squat Kick

    Star Power

    True Heart (in the heart)

    Cheer 9000 2 VIVACIOS (movement)


    All the emotes and dances available in the Battle Pass can no longer be obtained.

    Dances and Emotions Season 2

    Wave - lvl. 5

    Ride the pony - lvl. 20

    The Worm - lvl. 28

    Floss - ur. 49

    Dances and Emotions Season 3

    Salute (military salute) - lvl. 10

    Take the L - lvl. 31

    Best Mates - lvl. 63

    The Robot - Lv.

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