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TWICE Tried To Replicate Stray Kids’ “Circus” Choreography With Chaotic Results


A recent video of a group of kids performing a bizarre “circus” routine has gone viral, with people both amused and baffled by what they see. The video filmed in Brazil shows a group of kids dancing and balancing on tight ropes while performing choreographed movements.

Looking closely at the video, it’s easy to see that some of the moves are copied from another famous routine known as the “Russian Circles.” While the Brazilian group may have just been copying the moves without adequately crediting them, it’s still something that’s caught on camera – and could easily be mistaken for an original piece of work.

What do you think? Is this kind of copyright infringement happening more often now than ever before, or is it simply a case of one group copying another without adequately crediting them?

What is the

Stray Kids’ “Circus” Choreography?

The Stray Kids’ “Circus” choreography is a stunning display of coordination and athleticism. The group first tried to replicate the dance routine on video, but they lacked the precision and coordination needed to pull it off flawlessly. Instead, they enlisted the help of professional Circus performers to help them perfect the choreography. The result is an impressive performance that will leave you mesmerized.

The routine begins with the group forming a circle on the ground. They then start moving their bodies in a circular motion, switching directions every few seconds. They throw their hands in the air as they move and twist their bodies around. The choreography is fast-paced and mesmerizing, and it will leave you spellbound.

How to try to recreate it


If you’re a fan of Twice, you’ll love this. The South Korean girl group tried to recreate the choreography from their hit song “Circus” with some help from some professional dancers. It’s pretty impressive but not as good as the original!

  1. Watch Twice’s “Circus” music video
  2. Look for the choreography in the video and try to recreate it yourself
  3. Talk to your friends and see if they can help you out with the dance moves


We tried replicating stray kids’ “circus” choreography with disastrous results.

  • The first time, my group tried to do it as a group, but it didn’t work. We weren’t coordinated enough, and it was frustrating.
  • I tried to do it independently the second time, and it was even worse. I couldn’t keep up with the rhythm, which was not very pleasant.
  • I don’t think it’s worth trying again.


Twice I have tried to replicate the “circus” choreography that was performed on our streets by a stray kid. Twice I have failed miserably. My interest in acrobatics was piqued the first time, so I set out to learn as much as possible about circus arts. However, I quickly realized that learning how to do tight rope walking and balancing on a high wire is not enough to create the same awe-inspiring spectacle seen in circuses worldwide. The second time around, after watching an episode of “Street Magic,” I decided to try recreating their performance using only everyday objects found around my house. Again, this attempt also failed – no matter how hard I tried, I could never seem to trick people into thinking that something ordinary was extraordinary.

The takeaway? Trying to copy someone else’s creativity is always tricky – trying to recreate a famous piece of art or creating something brand new from scratch. It might feel like you’re not making any progress but remember that originality is one of the key elements that makes creating unique.



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