The decade of the 1980s is especially well-known for having a string of cinematic successes that had an influence on the way people danced at the time. First, there was “Footloose,” which featured Kevin Bacon’s outstanding dance abilities.
After then, John Travolta’s disco dance routines in “Staying Alive” were the highlight of the performance. Later in 2007, with “Hairspray,” he once again had an impact on popular culture.
The dancing movements that were popular in the 1980s are still popular today, and they are favorites of both young people and older people.
These videos continue to have an impact on dancers even in the present day, as shown by a group of dancers from the Bodscheller dance school in Hildesheim, Germany.
In 2016, the Bodscheller team astonished the crowd at an Oktoberfest event with a breathtaking performance that they created, making a reference to the film “Dirty Dancing.”
Their sizzling performance appeared to have a significant impact on the crowd, as it made references to a number of different aspects of the iconic picture.
They had no idea that a routine dance would end up becoming one of the most unforgettable experiences of their whole lives.
In the main hall of Oktoberfest, a large number of guests were seen lounging at their assigned tables and engaging in light conversation as they awaited the start of the festivities.
The room was soon filled with a number of young couples consisting of young ladies and men dancing to an enthusiastic and joyful tune. As they entered the space, they skipped to the beat of their footsteps.
The crowd started to applaud along to the music as soon as they recognized the dancers.
Then the first few notes of the iconic song “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” from “Dirty Dancing” started to play on the radio.
Since Tanzschule Bodscheller first published the video in 2016, it has been seen approximately 2.5 million times and has generated more than thousands comments.