NU'EST 'Angry Bird Dance' Gains Much Attention
By Staff Writer | July 24, 2012 10:32 AM EDT
NU'EST has been gaining attention with their 'angry bird' dance.
On July 11, idol group NU'EST comeback with their new song, "Action." They gained much attention with their performance which looked similar to the Angry Bird game.
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During the dance break of the song, member JR is seen jumping out to the front of the stage, just like the Angry Bird game where the birds are thrown to reach their target.
They also have a deeper meaning to this dance in that just as the bird in the game is thrown to reach their target, NU'EST hopes to break the traditional ways of society.
Many other groups have been gaining popularity with their fun and new dance moves as well.
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