At this point in the Euroweek there is a high probability that in your head you are constantly repeating, in an endless loop, the “mo-mo-mo-mo” of the Chanel song. SloMo is catchy to the point of saying enough but what is truly impressive is its choreography, which we can now appreciate in greater detail thanks to the YouTube channel of its choreographer.
Chanel’s way of moving on stage reveals that she is a curranta and, although it is evident that the choreography that leads to Eurovision is demanding, with how fast she is and the light and camera effects, it is difficult to realize just how point. We have verified it in the video that Kyle Hanagami just uploaded to your YouTube channel.
This choreographer from Los Angeles is, at 35 years old, responsible for numerous dances of the Korean Blackpink, Justin Bieber, the surprise performance of Tearin’ Up My Heart from NSYNC with Ariana Grande at Coachella 2019 or the Las Vegas residencies of Jennifer Lopez and Britney Spears. In addition, he keeps a dance YouTube channel updated that has more than four million subscribers.
It is precisely there that we can see Chanel, invited to her studio, interpreting thethe most complicated part of the choreography and without audiovisual artifice. In sportswear (but with high heels), without the accompaniment of her dancers and with the camera fixed on her, you can see in detail the level of Spain in the candidacy that this year leads to the festival. Of course, we do not recommend trying it at home and, by the way, and if it is not too much to ask, to see if Kyle and Chanel could make a simplified version for TikTok that the rest of us mortals can follow.
Photos | @chanelterrero