Winnie the Pooh Dancing Videos

Winnie the Pooh Dancing Videos

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Updated Jan 31, 2017 at 12:56PM EST by Adam.

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Dancing Winnie the Pooh is a 3D-rendered animation of the Disney character performing the signature dance from South Korean singer Psy's 2012 viral hit music video "Gangnam Style". In late January 2017, the animation went viral on Twitter with a series of audio-dubbed remixes featuring other pop songs, in a similar vein to the development of the 1999 classic viral video "Dancing Baby".


On January 25th, 2015, YouTube user Fesbuk Videos uploaded a video [1] of Winnie the Pooh dancing to Psy's "Gangam Style." The video, shown below, gained over 109,000 views.


On January 29th, 2017, a Twitter account devoted to mixing the footage of Pooh dancing with other songs, @WinnieDancing,[2] launched by pairing the footage with the song "Ride" by Twenty One Pilots (shown below).

The tweet gained over 3,600 retweets in two days. The account posted over 100 remixes in the same time, usually gaining thousands of retweets per video. The popularity of the account's gimmick inspired other Twitter users to make their own remixes. The mixes were compiled in a Twitter Moment[3] on the 30th. The popularity of the meme was covered by Yahoo News,[4] New York Magazine,[5] Mashable,[6] and The Daily Dot.[7]


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