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Wednesday Addams may have a penchant for all things dark and spooky, but her new series is sparking a lot of internet cheer. (And we could always use more of that!) From her sharp and often witty quotes to her upgraded but classic black-and-white wardrobe, there's so much to love about the daughter of the Addams family. But the scene we really love about this series is when Wednesday Addams hits the dance floor for a fun and very goth-inspired routine.
In the series, Wednesday attends Nevermore Academy's school dance. Is it against her will? Secure. But she went anyway. Of course, she defies convention and shows up in a stunning black dress for the all-white affair. A fashion icon, always. And when Wednesday hits the dance floor with Tyler, she comes into play when her song is on.
The song in question is "Goo Goo Muck" by The Cramps, an '80s cover of the 1962 song of the same name by Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads. The lyrics and overall feel certainly sound like something Wednesday would enjoy. And her dance personality matches her personality perfectly, making the crowd stop and stare in awe at her rare moment of "normal fun."
The Wednesday Addams dance scene has quite a backstory in more ways than one. First, actress Jenna Ortega choreographed it herself. According to an interview, she said she was quite nervous about the routine; However, she obviously pulls it off in style. Ortega's movements were inspired by some radical artists, including Siouxsie Sioux and Bob Fosse, as well as some recordings of '80s goths coming down.
And she's also verifying the name of Lisa Loring, who played Wednesday's '60s TV version. On the show, she teaches Lurch how to do "The Drew," and Ortega's Wednesday gives a little nod to her predecessor's cute jig. If you scroll back up and want to discover it, it appears around the :51 mark.
It's really cool to see an iconic character like Wednesday Addams getting a new version. And it's even sweeter to see her impacting pop culture. Our mysterious and spooky goth girl deserves all the praise. We'd celebrate with you any day, Wednesday, Friday, Addams.
Jenna Ortega
American actress
Lisa Loring
American actress

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