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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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They will begin by holding free twerk workshops at the Pacific Northwest Folklife Festival at the Seattle Center.
Lyon striker Hegerberg was announced as the first ever winner of the women's Ballon d'Or on Monday night, but the ceremony was overshadowed when French DJ and co-host Martin Solveig asked the 23-year-old if she could twerk. The three-time women's Champions League winner abruptly said "no" before walking away.
It would be a shame if her empowering words are lost in the furore of the twerp and the twerk.
But for some, the historic moment was quickly spoiled when, in an onstage exchange after her acceptance speech, the French DJ Martin Solveig asked Hegerberg something that had nothing to do with her expertise: whether she knew how to twerk.
Do you know how to twerk?" said French DJ Solveig who co-hosted the awards with David Ginola.
She said: "I do twerk classes, so I teach people how to twerk and embrace their bodies - they're body confidence twerk classes and workshops.
It was the twerk of a woman who, in her own words, 'is coming back to life' after an 18-month stint in rehab for alcoholism and suicide.
While on their bed, the couple, who had been wearing nothing but lingerie, twerked, danced and threw cash all over the room.
The effectively entertaining title of Anne's movie makes us antsy to find other film titles this season that deviate from the humdrum norm, and divert us with their own, deft twists and twerks.
During his 90-minute ordeal, a court heard, the pair forced the terrified 26-year-old to dance and twerk while another person filmed him.
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Twerk You may never of heard of twerking before Miley Cyrus but the term, then spelled "twirk", dates from 1820, with the "twerk" spelling coming in 1901.
"TWERK", the word describing the dance popularised by Miley Cyrus, can be traced back to as early as 1820, according to the Oxford English Dictionary.
"Twerk", the word describing the dance popularised by singer Miley Cyrus, can be traced back to as early as 1820, according to the Oxford English Dictionary.
MEET nurse Emma who is also now known as "the twerk from Chirk" thanks to Harry Hill.