Which Dance Challenges Shook the Internet This 2019?

If you are a person of the internet, you might know about this common phenomenon called ‘dance challenges’.

There are a lot of things which shook the internet this year. From memes to issues about a lot of different things, we have honestly kept track of most of them–after all, we are the children of technology and the internet. So when recently we have observed that a lot of dance challenges are also taking over online platforms such as social media, we just knew that we needed to compile some of the best ones in an article.

So folks, here is the article and below are just some of the few Internet Dance Challenges that surely caught a lot of people on the hype train this 2019.


It is still debated upon where the ‘WOAH dance‘ originated – some say Dallas – but people have been dancing it since late 2018. Apparently though, the official song to the dance was ‘WOAH’ by KRYPTO9095 ft. D3MSTREET. Months into 2019, a lot of dancers are still posting their videos trying out the famous challenge.

With a few basic but appealing steps, we could understand why the WOAH dance went big. After all, it seems fun to do, especially if you ooze the right mix of confidence and sass.


A few months ago, BTSj-hope has released his new version of ‘Chicken Noodle Soup‘ featuring Becky G. Watch the official music video for the bop below.

Of course, we’re assuming that you could guess what happened next. This blew up as its own dance challenge, prompting a lot of people all over the world to upload videos of them bopping to the song.

Watch the famous Filipino siblings Ranz and Niana (featuring their adorable baby sister Natalia) take on the challenge themselves.


You and I know that the K-pop industry is on a whole other level. Moreover, they bring incomparable hype when it comes to the release of the music videos and the amazing choreography for the dance themselves. So when ‘Fancy‘ and ‘Feel Special‘ by TWICE along with ‘Kill This Love‘ by BLACKPINK came out this year, you might guess what happened next.

Yep, dance covers everywhere!


Catriona‘ is a song by Filipino artist Matthaios which was also notable for being able to bring out lots of different challenges. Mostly uploaded on the TikTok platform, we were honestly a bit impressed when it made the cut to this year’s internet dances. However, in case you haven’t heard of the song yet, check out the official music video for it here below.

Now, you can see below for the compilation of all the amazing dance covers uploaded on the internet.

And lastly our personal favorite, TALA

A masterpiece of the Pop Star Princess herself, Sarah Geronimo surely made history with ‘Tala‘. There is no denying that the song itself is phenomenal, but the dance is honestly just as amazing. In the slight chance that you still haven’t heard about it though, check out the official music video of ‘Tala’ by Sarah Geronimo by simply playing the clip below.

The song came out 3 years ago but it was only just recently that a lot of people took note of how iconic the dance is. Of course, Filipinos won’t give up the opportunity to learn and dance the song themselves. All over TikTok, Facebook and Twitter, you could actually see people dancing to ‘Tala’ here and there.

Check out this top-notch take on the challenge below, one which has been garnering a lot of clout on Twitter. As it turns out, the girl in the video was a back-up dancer for Sarah G. herself too.

If we were to be completely honest with you, we have already learned the dance ourselves. Also, we’re guessing that you did too. Because… who wouldn’t be interested to learn this amazing piece?

All of the songs and the corresponding dances above are amazing and honestly, they are part of why our 2019 was a fun year. So with the next year, we are assuming that a lot of dances are also waiting for us in 2020! Looking forward to that!

What do you think of this article? Are there any other dance challenges that we might have missed? Let us know your thoughts or opinions by sharing them through the comments below! Or just simply hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter account, @udouph.

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