- A group of ladies decided to spice up the Jerusalema challenge and their video went viral
- The women, who belong to the Alma Flamenca dance school, put a Spanish twist on the global challenge
- South Africans were impressed by their talent and the video gathered over 86 000 views in just a couple of days
The Jerusalema challenge has taken the entire world by storm. While countries such as France, Germany and Italy joined in on the fun, South Africans still manage to do it best.
On Friday, a video was shared on Facebook by Alma Flamenca - a KwaZulu-Natal based dance school that specialises in Flamenco and Spanish dance.
A group of Alma Flamenca dancers decided to put their own twist on the viral Jerusalema challenge and performed a Flamenco dance on the hit song.
The video was captioned:
"Alma Flamenca Jerusalema Dance Challenge. Feels so good to be back!
South Africans were in awe of the dancers' talent and they loved the unique approach to the Jerusalema challenge.
Baronice Andrews wrote:
"Wow love this dance, too elegant!"
Tamara Jooste said:
"Goose bumps combination of cultures... Great."
Celia de Oliveira added:
"I like this Spanish style... But it is beautiful in any style..."
Jennifer Woolliscroft commented:
"How wonderful that the world is taking dancing to this gospel song."
Take a look at the video below or click on the link:
In other news, another dance video has gone viral on Mzansi social media. South Africans love a good song and dance.
They are never far away from a great track and the moves to match. This was certainly the case when Facebooker Adriaan shared a video of himself and who is presumably a friend, Bongiswa, breaking it down in true Mzansi style to the popular hit song, Amanikiniki.
In the video, the pair can be seen not missing a step as they perform their coordinated dance routine.
The post received hundreds of reactions and was met with heaps of likes and shares. Many Facebook users also commented on Adriaan and Bongiswa's lit dancing skills and were wowed by Adriaan's talent.
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