Fortnite: ALL 58 emotes and dances + Their real life original references [No bonuses]




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Published on May 31, 2018

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~ Remember to Like/Dislike/Share ~ All 58 emotes and dances in Fortnite (incl. Battle Royale) plus their real life original references, NOT including bonus clips.

All dances are shown for about 15 seconds each, so you can get a good look at each one, if you want to look at it longer or less then feel free to turn the video's playback speed to x1.50 or x0.75 or x0.50 (Or use the timestamps that are provided in my 'pinned' comment). I also do not make the claim that this video is "in sync" or that the real life dances are synced to those in the game, though I DID sync most of them (but not all). This video is also updated for Season 4

All video/info timestamps + links to source/original videos: https://goo.gl/3UMTpz (once you click it, the comment should be at the top of the comment section)

As of 31 May, all the emotes/dance in the game are: Boogie Down, Baller, Rambunctious, Laugh it Out, Boogie Bomb, Chicken, Zany, Star Power, Snap, Dip, Take 14, Freestylin', Boneless, Hype, Orange Justice, Popcorn, Thumbs Up/Down, Groove Jam, Smooth Ride/Tidy, Squat Kick, Confused, Click!, Fresh, Best Mates, Flapper, Floss, The Robot, Breakin', Breaking Point, Dab, Face Palm, Reanimated, Finger Guns, Flapper, Gun Show, Step it Up, Kiss Kiss, Make it Rain, Pure Salt, Salute, Slow Clap, True Love, Wave, Jubilation, Disco Fever, Brush Your Shoulders, Rock Out, Rock Paper Scissors, Hootenanny, Flippin Sexy, Rocket Rodeo, Electro Shuffle, Wiggle and The Worm.

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0:00 Star Power (2 Nov 2017 AND 6 Oct 2015) Two different k-pop songs, done by the same girl-band 0:15 Chicken (13 February 2005) An episode of Arrested Development 0:26 Zany (16 October 2017) Animation done by ArtNoux, for a song done by 'El Chombo' released in 2001 0:43 Snap (23 April 2018) From Avengers Infinity War, but obviously 'finger snapping' has been around before that 0:52 Best Mates (23 July 2016) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr9DM3St0vA This video (by Impact Props) isn't the original/first person to do this 'Best Mates' dance, but due to marl0nwebb not respecting fair-use, this is the example that I will use in all my videos 1:03 Click! (18 July 1957) From a movie called 'Silk Stockings', thanks to https://www.youtube.com/user/OxygenMagnet 1:13 Boneless (19 February 2014) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTeUQ9I06MU 1:30 Hype (20 November 2017) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7t8Gies2Zps 1:44 Popcorn (Early 2014) Top Gear 1:58 Squat Kick (29 November 2012) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBqlfKtqTgc & https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hopak 2:14 Electro Shuffle (26 January 2017) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcAFlWXlql8 The "Electro Shuffle" that the girl is doing, is a dance called "cutting shapes" but it originally was called the "rave shuffle" in the 80s, so it wasn't 'invented' or 'originated' by her at all, but she's just so damn good that I chose it as the real life reference 2:31 Tidy / Smooth Ride (4 June 2009) Song by Snoop Dogg 2:48 Respect (11 June 2010) The gesture is called a 'ging lai' and it is thousands of years old 3:01 TAKE 14 (20 May 2009) The 'clapper' that is shown has been around since the very first movies were made 3:12 Dip aka. Yeet (25 Aug 2014) Song by Quill, Showtime and Yung Cyph 3:22 Reanimated (7 July 2015) Dance by Necrophilia dance group 3:40 Wiggle (26 February 1984) He is only known as "Mr. Robot". He made electronic music in the 80's, but he's so lost-in-time that I can't even find his real name unfortunately. He released his music under the 'Ariola' lable/studio, but they don't list their artists from the 80's unfortunately. 3:56 Take the L (6 November 2015) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_of_Duty:_Black_Ops_III 4:14 Breaking Point (16 October 2011) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puss_in_Boots_(2011_film) 4:30 Jubilation (23 September 1992) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seinfeld 4:45 True Love (11 June 1999) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austin_Powers:_The_Spy_Who_Shagged_Me 5:01 Fresh (16 November 1992) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fresh_Prince_of_Bel-Air 5:17 Confused (12 May 1994) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulp_Fiction 5:32 Dance Moves (7 February 2006) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrubs_(TV_series) 5:52 Hootenanny (16 December 1994) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dumb_and_Dumber I had to edit out side-boob and blood, in order to keep this video family-friendly 6:07 Gun Show (4 October 1980) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Zane 6:22 Ride the Pony (15 July 2012) Song by PSY 6:37 Floss (21 May 2017) Music video by Katy Perry 'Backpack Kid' wasn't the first to do the "Floss" dance, but he's almost definately the one who caused it to be added to Fortnite 6:55 Face Palm (18 March 1994) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naked_Gun_33%E2%85%93:_The_Final_Insult The most famous facepalm was probably made by "Captain Picard" in the Star Trek episode "Déjà Q" aired 5 February 1990, but Captain Picard didn't do the 'face palm' with the correct inflection for the situation... he did it in a "I'm stressed" kind of way, instead of the intended "I just witnessed something really stupid" kind of way, that's why the first true 'facepalm' used in the correct way with the correct inflection, was in "Naked Gun 33 1/3" which released 18 March 1994. 7:10 Groove Jam (17 January 2004) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_Dynamite 7:30 Orange Justice (30 March 2018) https://twitter.com/Kid_Fortnite12/status/979840385206845440 Yes, I know I called it 'Orange Juice' in the video; I did it because SO MANY people 'complained' about it in the previous video, that I descided that I'll keep calling it 'Orange Juice' until the gramar-nazis stop getting triggered about it. Also note that this 'orange shirt kid' isn't the one who invented the dance, but he IS the reason why the dance is in the game. 7:46 Brush Your Shoulders (2003) Song by Jay-Z 7:58 Thumbs Up (1 May 2000) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gladiator_(2000_film) 8:10 Thumbs Down (1 May 2000) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gladiator_(2000_film) 8:24 Dab (11 July 2014) Song by Skippa Da Flippa. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dab_(dance)#Origin 8:38 The Worm (26 February 1984) It's the same guy who did the Wiggle 8:54 Pure Salt (7 January 2017) The real name of the chef (Salt Bae) is Nusret Gökçe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt_Bae 9:09 Slow Clap (9 February 1991) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturday_Night_Live_(season_16)#Episodes Here's the off-site link https://vimeo.com/182093290 This is the first ever recorded footage of a 'slow clap' being used in a sarcastic manner. 9:22 Boogie Down (7 April 2018) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSqkdjKMTYU 9:37 Disco Fever (23 August 2017) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq_bjz3LXcrV2xZ0P7wjtvw & https://www.instagram.com/twistandpulseofficial (Source provided by: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkt-HJ05GF1uGz4zJlJuELg ) 9:55 Rock Paper Scissors (13 September 2005) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supernatural_(U.S._TV_series) 10:09 Step it Up (9 February 1995) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_stepdance This isn't to be confused with 'tap dancing' because its got nothing to do with that 10:26 Flapper (22 May 1926) Footage taken in Charleston, South Carolina. Miss Bee Jackson does the "Charleston" while the Jenkins Orphanage Band plays in the background. Footage provided by the University of South Carolina's Moving Image Research Collections initiative. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flapper and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charleston_(dance) 10:42 Make it Rain (5 March 2009) Song by Fat Joe 10:55 Finger Guns (25 Feb 2011) Song by The Strokes 11:08 Rocket Rodeo (29 January 1964) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Strangelove The 'datamined' footage for the following dances is from https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdpnsTU58zk331Bmst7_U7Q and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZzh3BQZ477y3P4P8erDLFA and Gildor.org 11:25 Boogie Bomb / Grenade 11:39 Laugh it Up 11:50 Rambunctious 12:07 Baller 12:23 Freestylin' 12:37 Rock Out 12:58 The Robot 13:19 Kiss Kiss 13:33 Breakin' 13:52 Salute 14:01 Wave
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Number 27
Why am I here I don't even play Fortnite
Alice Dude
Star Power, Scenario, Smooth Moves, Ride The Pony, True Heart, where my Kpop fans at?
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Mei Grafd Vodder
0:28 Biggest cancer humanity ever saw.
Fortnite basically steals and doesn’t give credit to the person who made it and stuff!! So they stole emotes and renamed it.
It's Orange Justice, not Orange Juice.
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Popcorn is by deadpool lmao
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