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twerk

slang To perform a dance (called "twerking") that includes provocatively shaking and lowering one's buttocks. It seemed like every girl in the club was twerking along with the music.
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When will people - the same supposedly intelligent critics - realise that Miley is one of the most savvy people in showbusiness and her twerking was done on PURPOSE?
Twerking has infiltrated popular culture in recent years and hit the headlines after Miley Cyrus's controversial MTV Video Music Awards performance in 2013.
He said: "It's frustrating when you do shows and you're the only person not twerking.
MILEY CYRUS - Adore You (34 million views) No twerking this time but the intimately shot video shows seductive songbird Cyrus between the sheets and in a tub.
Yahoo's list puts Strictly Come Dancing contestant Susanna Reid on the 3rd spot, followed by Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, Game of Thrones, Candy Crush Saga, US TV hit Breaking Bad, footballer Gareth Bale, False Widow spiders and Twerking on the 10th spot.
Yet twerking, as it's known, appears to have byassed Brummies after the Birmingham leg of a national tournament dedicated to the dance was cancelled because of poor ticket sales.
Quite what anything by Tom Ford is doing anywhere near the princess of twerking is beyond us.
CONSIDERING her controversial twerking performance at the VMAs last month, who knows what's in store for viewers when Alan Carr opens his chatty doors to Miley Cyrus.
I prefer to see English as a dynamic, If, like me, you didn't know what twerking was, you will have been as bemused yet underwhelmed as I was by reports of a raunchy demonstration of twerking by a young actress (Miley Cyrus) of whom I had never heard.
Wait--does that mean talking about Miley Cyrus's twerking could actually help your job prospects?
The rehearsals for the 26-year-old forced her to work on her twerking skills that caused her to shed the weight, Azalea told hosts Fitzy and Wippa.
He said there will be no skimpy clothed women twerking in Poe's proclamation rally, unlike the Oct.
The word "twerk" dates back to as early as 1820, the Oxford English Dictionary said Thursday as it announced twerking as one of 500 new entries this year.