Legendary Fortnite Dances in Real Life 

Ever since its release, Fortnite has released a plethora of dances for its players. Some have been originally designed by the developers, while others replicate popular dance trends from real life. From Drake's Toosie Slide to Poki's emote, these are the best Fortnite dances in real life. 

Jabba Switchway

Based on American rapper DaBaby’s hit single BOP on Broadway, the Jabba Switchway is one of the most popular dance emotes in the history of Fortnite. 

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Gangnam Style

Psy’s Gangnam Style released in 2012, and took the internet by storm. However, The Gangnam Style dance finally made it to Fortnite as a dance emote after nine years of release, in 2021. 

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Ninja Style

Ninja Style is an Icon Series emote in Fortnite and replicates the iconic ‘Pon-Pon’ dance by Ninja. Interestingly, players could unlock it by watching Ninja’s mixer stream on the day of its release. 

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A viral Tik-Tok dance helped Twitch streamer Imane “Pokimane” Anys in getting her own Fortnite dance. The Poki  emote arrived in the game through Fortnite’s Emote Royale contest. 

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Toosie Slide

Players could right foot up, left foot slide over to the Item Shop when Fortnite added Drake’s Toosie Slide dance in the game. Alongside the dance, the emote also played the song upon usage. 

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Blinding Lights

A Blinding Lights Dance Challenge went viral on Tik-Tok, and people around the world tried it. Soon after, Fortnite added to the trend by introducing the dance as an in-game emote. 

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Marsh Walk

From holding the first ever live Fortnite concert to having his own dance emote, Marshmello is quite the Fortnite Icon. Despite releasing two years ago, Marsh Walk is still considered one of coolest dance emotes in the game. 

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