macarena


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n.1.a dance performed by dancers in a line, or several lines, consisting mainly of hand and arm movements; also, the name of the song to which the dance is usually performed. It became popular in 1996.
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The girls asked Alexa for holiday songs and when I heard Macarena, I wondered where all the modern holiday anthems are, the songs you first heard on a loop while getting stuck into 'local brands' at the poolside bar.
In 2017, a teenager was arrested for (http://www.ibtimes.com/viral-video-teen-performing-macarena-saudi-arabia-leads-arrest-2581596) swinging to the "macarena" song at a zebra crossing in the Jeddah area in Saudi Arabia.
MECCA Birkenhead has launched a search to find the best dancers in town, as it announces the launch of a virtual record attempt to have the most people dancing the Macarena.
THE '90s Spanish dance hit La Macarena could be the key to helping save a life - after experts revealed that using it to keep time improves the quality of chest compressions during CPR.
Theyslathered each other in sunscreen, handed out water bottles and snacks, and even danced to popular step songs like the "Macarena" and the "Cupid Shuffle." From there, the crowd marched more than two miles to the state Capitol.
Macarena Valdes's skill in mapping underground mines made a real difference in the rescue of the 33 Chilean miners trapped after an explosion in October 2010.
Former Labour MP Ed Balls performed his version on Strictly Come Dancing last year and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, former US President Barack Obama and the UK's David Cameron have all HEY MACARENA SPANISH dance song Macarena was one of the biggest dance crazes of the 1990s.
Former Labour MP Ed Balls performed his version on Strictly Come Dancing last year and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, former US President Barack Obama the UK's David Cameron have all HEY MACARENA SPANISH dance song Macarena was one of the biggest dance crazes of the 1990s.
From the 'Macarena' to 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight', Pennywise danced away to each tune.
He also visits a home for children who were victims of violence and addresses priests, nuns, seminarians and their families at the La Macarena bullring.