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7-03-2009 @ 6:08PM
Yeah, that's what I meant. The rest of the world sucks, and I want to know how some damn foreign dance I've never even heard of ended up in an American game. /sarcasmI just wanted to know where it came from. All of the other dances seem to be very iconic dances in America, with the exception of the Tunak Tunak Tun dance, which is well-known principally from a viral video. I've never heard of Alizee before, and was curious if she had a similar internet cult appeal or if there just happened to be someone at Blizzard programming dances who had a thing for this French popstar.
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