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Did You Know That Stormtroopers Love To Dance?

Did You Know That Stormtroopers Love To Dance?

Stormtroopers love to dance! Well, it seems that way at least. Recently a fun-loving group of talented Stormtroopers called Boogie Storm made their way onto the stage of Britain’s Got Talent. Here’s their audition routine, proving that Stormtroopers might have some dancing skills after all.

But wait, dancing Stormtroopers isn’t a new phenomenon. In fact, these typically stoic characters have been dancing up a storm all over the world for years. Why? Who knows. But maybe they just got tired of simply standing around. From a single Tokyo Trooper in London…

…to a flash mob at Brigham Young University in Utah. How strange must it have been to stumble upon this on your way to class?

It seems like Stormtroopers are working to improve their PR image and using dance to display their heart. But it’s not all fun and games, they take this very seriously. Check out these twerking stormtroopers.

And they also enjoy paying tribute to one of the most talented dancers ever–Michael Jackson. Even Darth Vader loves Michael so he joins in on the dancing fun too!

Darth Vader also joined Boogie Storm for a dance on Britain’s Got Talent. So maybe he’s finally discovered his love of dance?

As Boogie Storm continued their journey on Britain’s Got Talent, Simon Cowell became a huge fan of theirs. Who knew all it took to warm Simon’s cold, cold heart were some Stormtroopers doing the Dirty Dancing routine?

Simon may be a big fan of Boogie Storm, but so are we. Actually, we encourage all forms of Stormtroopers dancing. They deserve to have a little fun too.

What’s your favorite Stormtrooper dance routine? Let us know in the comments!

Featured Image Credit: Britain’s Got Talent / Facebook

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