It certainly is for Australian dancer Liam Robert Ferrari. Watch as Liam breaks free, AFTER THE JUMP... (caution: some work unfriendly gyrating and pants-dropping ahead).
Julian Serrano, who developed an internet fanbase after twerking up some eggs in the kitchen, shakes his ass-ets once again in a riff on J Lo's 'Booty' video.
Serrano had dropped an earlier clip using the made-for-twerk track but this new one is quite a bit more deluxe, and probably not appropriate for most offices.
Happy hump day, AFTER THE JUMP...
This is the most unique musical performance you'll see all day. Guaranteed.
Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...
Were you aware that “twerk” will be completely over in about a month??! In fact, it may already be over even as you read this (thanks a lot, Miley).
It’s true, at least, according to the season two trailer for Fuse’s Big Freedia: Queen of Bounce.
Season two of His Royal Majesty’s show will have him dealing with drunken diva backup dancers, his mom’s cancer and the ever-impending twerk-shortage threatening to end his reign.
Will Freedia find a new inexhaustible form of Bounce? Will his mouthy booty-shakers finally get their drunken asses in gear? Will his butt-shaking empire earn them all a third season? Join Big Freedia and find out!
See two trailers AFTER THE JUMP…
Big Freedia — the sissy bounce diva who spread “Peanut Butter” with RuPaul and set the world record for mass twerking — has just dropped a new track called “Explode” off his upcoming June 17 album, Just Be Free.
Regarding the song, Big Freedia recently told Rolling Stone magazine:
"The idea behind 'Explode' is that it was the way I was feeling, like I'm going to explode. Being on the road, being in a relationship, I have a lot of stress and I feel like I'm about to explode. Also, when I'm on stage, I feel like I'm going to explode. That's why I say 'release your wiggle.' This made sense for it to be the first single because I want people to know that I'm coming out with a bang!”
He also explained the thinking behind his album title Just Be Free:
"We live in a society where we have a lot of liberties. It’s just not like this everywhere in the world. This album is my first studio recorded album where I came up with concepts beforehand. So much of my music is appreciated live, but I think these tracks are one you can listen to at a late night twerk party or an afternoon barbecue and enjoy!"
Listen to ‘Explode’ AFTER THE JUMP…