Our 7 Favorite TikTok Dance Accounts to Follow for Inspiration
TikTok is a wild and wonderful place. The video-driven platform makes it possible to view all types of content from people across the globe. Whether you’re looking to laugh or get tips on plant care, TikTok has it all.
One thing we love most is following TikTok dance accounts. It’s a fantastic way to get inspired outside of the studio and learn new moves from exceptional dancers. In this post, we’re sharing our top ten favorite dance accounts to follow on TikTok. Each one inspires us to push ourselves and to keep moving. Check them out!
7 TikTok Dance Accounts for Every Dance Enthusiast Should Follow
If you’re ready to find out which TikTokers we love to follow the most, here’s the list of must-see dancers on the platform.
In case you missed it and aren’t already obsessed, “World of Dance”? It is a competition series on NBC where elite dancers and dance groups are judged and mentored by celebrities. On TikTok, they share video content from contestants and other influential dancers around the world. If you’re looking for a pure dance account – this is it!
Dancer and social media personality Niana Guerrero began creating YouTube content in 2013 with her siblings. But it was a YouTube dance cover of “Despasito” that led to her social media fame. She quickly became popular after posting her dance videos on TikTok in 2019 and has since become the most followed personality in the Philippines.
( dc @sheaden_gabriel @freddypomee )
The Williams Family, an LA-based dance group of four brothers, proves that the family who dances together stays together. On TikTok, they share tons of dance routines where they often share the space with a special guest or their sister. Super fun!
Lemonade just hit 1 Million streams on Spotify!! 🎉😄🙌🏼 Shout out to the dream team @dai5y @tylerwstokes ❤️ #AMilli
Dushaunt Fik-Shun Stegall, a Wichita, KS native and dancer, has competed on “World of Dance” and is the season 10 winner for “So You Think You Can Dance.” His videos are vibrant and entertaining and eye-candy for dance enthusiasts everywhere.
A former gymnast and cheerleader, Dytto began dancing in 2009 with a focus on popping, animation, tutting and robotics. She was catapulted into stardom when a video dance remix of “Barbie Girl” set YouTube ablaze. Follow Dytto for super fun dance content and fashions – her hair and nails are always on point.
If you want to see some legit moves that are intensely intricate and difficult, Phillip Chbeeb is THE TikToker to follow. A choreographer and former contestant of “So You Think You Can Dance,” Phillip didn’t begin dancing until he was 15 years old. His style and skills are unparalleled.
🔀TWISTED | @shaypez | 🎥: @zildjivn | 🎧: stay lost – Joe Hertz
Does it get cuter than Sofia?! We don’t think so. This American actor and dancer began her career on the Disney Channel. She is an alum of So You Think You Can Dance and America’s Got Talent, and she also toured with Justin Bieber. She is an engaging and expressive dancer who is so fun to watch. Check out her account!
Cutest dance ever (dc: @Taymarquise )
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We may not have a trending TikTok dance account, but Evolution Dance Complex offers fun dance classes that help you move your body, meet new people, and have a whole lot of fun. We have dance classes for all ages and dance experience levels.
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