North West Channels Her Inner Wednesday Addams by Recreating the Viral “Wednesday” Dance

North West Channels Her Inner Wednesday Addams by Recreating the Viral “Wednesday” Dance


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If anyone deserves a “snap, snap” from Thing right now, it’s North West. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s eldest daughter has been making a splash on TikTok ever since she and her mom started a joint account, but her latest video might just be her best one yet. On Dec. 1, North shared a video of herself recreating the instantly classic dance scene from Netflix’s “Wednesday” — and she totally nailed it.

The video starts off with North singing along to Lady Gaga’s “Bloody Mary.” (The song used on the show is actually “Goo Goo Muck” by the Cramps, but fans have opted for Gaga in their videos.) At first, the video is in color, but as she launches into Wednesday Addams’s dance routine from the fourth episode of the series, the clip switches to a black-and-white filter. Additionally, the pint-size TikTok star’s look subtly changes to match the goth queen’s style.

Suddenly, she’s sporting Wednesday’s braids and bangs, along with dark eyeliner. The look and mood is so effective, North would no doubt fit right in with Wednesday at Nevermore Academy.

Clearly, North was committed to nailing the now-viral “Wednesday” routine. Prior to her solo video, she also allowed her mom to get in on the action in a separate black-and-white video. In the TikTok, she and Kardashian turn the musical moment into a duet as they both shake their arms above their heads and swing their hips from side to side in time with the music.

North and Kardashian are just two of the many “Wednesday” fans who have recreated the show’s dance scene on TikTok since its premiere on Netflix. For her part, series star Jenny Ortega was just happy to have so many different influences to draw from to make the scene a reality.

“Thanks to Siouxsie Sioux, Bob Fosse’s Rich Man’s Frug, Lisa Loring, Lene Lovich, Denis Lavant, and archival footage of goths dancing in clubs in the 80’s,” she tweeted. “Helped me out on this one.”