Heather Morris can dance to anything – no, really, anything


We already know Heather Morris can dance. But did you know she can dance to anything? The hum of a window fan. The chirp of birds in the trees. The 50 songs Esquire thinks every man should be listening to. Yep, if it has even the slightest beat Heather can dance the hell out of it. Witness.


Right, so I understand your brain isn’t working right now. You’re thinking about how many times you can watch this in a row before your boss/teacher/parents catch you. You’re wondering why Glee doesn’t just make the entire show 60 minutes of Heather shaking her thang. You’re still just drooling and making monosyllabic grunting sounds. I probably should have put a note on the video that read: “Warning: Your brain will not function for the rest of the day.” My bad.

Heather was in Esquire for the above-mentioned feature on “50 Songs Every Man Should Be Listening To.” I think women are allowed to listen to the songs, too. But I’m not entirely sure. I actually couldn’t give a flip about the songs, but I am 100 percent enamored with its accompanying “Heather Morris Will Now Demonstrate How to Dance” feature.

The article includes a photoshoot of Heather being a badass and also some tips on dancing. Like, everyone should learn to do a cross-turn and the key to a proper moonwalk is slick shoes. Also, she hates it when “someone comes up behind a girl and grabs her hips and tries to grind with her. It’s offensive. Why would you do that to me?”

Check, got it. Don’t be a rude horndog when you meet Heather in a club. Though, after watching her dance to anything, you can kind of understand the inclination.

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