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Kids are paying for ‘Fortnite’ dance lessons



Emote Royale (Fortnite dance class)David Lloyd Clubs

  • “Fortnite” is a wildly popular game, and its impact has
    been steadily bleeding into mainstream culture.
  • The latest example of that impact is a dance class
    being offered by one UK fitness chain that aims to teach kids
    and teens the dance moves from “Fortnite.”
  • The class, named “Emote Royale,” is a logical extension
    of the already very popular dance “emotes” from the

Dance moves like “the worm” and “the robot” have existed for
years, but the explosively popular game “Fortnite” thrust them
back to the forefront of popular culture. 

Sports players are dropping “Fortnite” dance moves after major
plays, and kids are flossing left and right. So, so much

But what if you’re a young dance lover with no moves, looking for
guidance? Look no further than “Emote Royale,” a dance class
offered by David Lloyd Clubs — a chain of fitness clubs in the

The class promises to teach a dozen different emotes, and to
integrate them into a “Fortnite”-themed workout.

“Once each move has been perfected, the class performs a routine
of all 12 moves together and even warms down with dances from the
game such as the slowed down version of ‘the eagle’ and the
‘storm salutation,'” a press release from David Lloyd Clubs

The classes are included in the “DL Kids” program as part of a
membership to the clubs, which starts at £55 ($71) per

Fortnite dance lessons (Emote Royale)David Lloyd Clubs

They’re being sold as a means of promoting activity in kids —
kids who might otherwise be sitting on a couch playing
“Fortnite.” Not a bad idea!

Take a look at the class in action right here, care of BBC Radio

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