We might like to think of Taylor Swift‘s dance moves as our ultimate guide for how to dance in da club (ahem), it looks like some people aren’t *quite* so impressed. Some people being Pharrell Williams at last night’s Grammys 2015.
Oh come on, Pharrell. It wouldn’t be an awards ceremony without TayTay showing off some incredible moves, would it?
The answer is no. No it wouldn’t.
Spotted giving TayTay the ultimate side-eye, a clip of Pharrell looking not-so-happy quickly went viral during the ceremony, and if we’re honest, we’ve already watched it approximately 50 times.
We regret nothing.
In the super short but still incredible clip below, the 25-year-old singer was seen dancing her troubles away to her heart’s content.
Her troubles being not winning a single award on the night which we are NOT HAPPY ABOUT FYI.
Oh, but what’s that?
Pharrell in his fancy suit (which makes him look super fit BTW) isn’t a fan of the whole ‘reaching to the sky and pushing away a small wall’ move? HUH. That doesn’t seem right.
Although, we did notice a teeny tiny hint of smile on his face, so not all is lost here.
What about this set of incredible moves? Flawless.
Look, her moves are a bit avant-garde and all, and some might say they’re awful, but we wouldn’t have her any other way and quite frankly, we reckon Tay’s moves are the best thing since the macarena came to life.
Taylor just came here to have a good time and she’s probably honestly just feeling so attacked right now.
On a more positive note, Tay did manage to make-up with speech-interrupter Kanye West on the night, posing from some pally photos with the rapper in her gorgeous teal gown.
We’re not sure if we love Tay’s dancing or Pharrell’s priceless reaction more, if we’re honest.
What we do know if that Taylor should never, EVER stop dancing because who else are we going to get dance inspiration from, eh?
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