You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. The Woah is a dance deriving from Texas in which the dancer typically leans into a freeze on the beat by making a swift move with their fists. On September 26th, , a video of DJ Dangerous, who claimed to have invented "The Woah," demonstrating the dance was uploaded to YouTube shown below, left. The video has gained , views in two years.
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Every couple of months there's a new viral dance craze. Now we've got the "hit the woah" challenge, and it's taking the internet by storm. The trend started on TikTok and has since spread far beyond the platform. For anyone not versed in this phenomenon, hitting the woah is when a dancer makes a quick, small circular motion with their fists and leans into a freeze position when the beat drops in a song. Adults and teens everywhere are hitting the woah, but the phenomenon has also moved on to kids and cats as all good trends do. Absolutely anyone can "woah," some are just far better at it than others. So without further ado, here's an assortment of adorable babies, cats, and fully grown humans hitting the woah.
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