Hello everyone, here is the new “Formation” Syncopated Ladies Tap Dance Choreo, and as always we chose the best of the best for our readers. Don’t forget to share it with your friends if you liked it. For more information about the dancers and the creators behind today’s project follow the YouTube link.

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Syncopated Ladies is a Female Tap Dance Band from Los Angeles, CA created by critically acclaimed tap dancer and choreographer, Chloe Arnold. Discovered at an early age in Washington, DC by legendary choreographer Debbie Allen, Chloe has since gone on to perform on stages around the globe.

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Syncopated Ladies latest viral video covering Beyonce’s hit song, Formation has gained international exposure with over 6 million views online after Beyonce shared the video on both her Facebook and website. Recently Syncopated Ladies performed on ABC’s Good Morning America and previously were seen on Season 11 of FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance as the winner of the first dance crew battle.

Want some more Dance Videos? Then checkout our most recent choreographies right below this paragraph. While you think about it, we’ve placed a few screenshots with some cool dance moves to help you make up your mind.

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