Pennywise Dancing

Pennywise Dancing

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Updated Aug 24, 2018 at 09:46PM EDT by Jill.

Added Sep 12, 2017 at 06:57AM EDT by jeremyprismatics.

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Pennywise Dancing, also known as Pennywise Can Dance to Anything, is a video remix series featuring a camera-recorded clip of the antagonist Pennywise from the 2017 supernatural horror film It dancing with a variety of humorous songs dubbed over the background audio.


In September 2017, a camera recording of a scene from It in which the monster Pennywise dancing on a stage before grabbing Beverly Marsh by the throat was leaked on YouTube. While the original uploads were removed, a reupload by YouTuber SkilledJay remains on the site (shown below, left). While the exact origin is unclear, some have cited a video uploaded by YouTuber AdrenalinGnome as the first popular remix of the scene. In a comment on YouTuber PrestigeGamez channel, AdrenalinGnome claims the video received nearly 500,000 views prior to its removal. [1] The original video has since been reuploaded to AdrenalinGnome's alternate CxVEN channel (shown below).


On September 8th, YouTuber MAFDOMiNUS uploaded the Pennywise clip with the song Spongebob's Best Day Ever playing in the background (shown below, left). The following day, YouTuber Prick Grimes uploaded an edited version of the scene dubbed with the song "You Reposted in the Wrong Neighborhood" (shown below, right).

On September 11th, YouTuber Except uploaded a compilation of Pennywise dancing remixes (shown below, left). Meanwhile, YouTuber jynn uploaded a montage of clips in which Pennywise dances to various children's songs (shown below, right).

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[1] YouTube – PrestigeGamez



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