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Jenna Ortega Gets Candid On Her Wednesday’s Iconic Dance

Jenna Ortega revealed that she 'didn't sleep for two days' and watched numerous videos to gather ideas for the iconic Wednesday dance.

Wednesday star Jenna Ortega’s dance has become everyone’s favourite move. However, the actress recently got candid on the iconic dance. The actress recently appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and spoke about her experiences filming. In a recent interview, Jenna revealed that she was given just two days to choreograph her own moves for the iconic dance scene in Wednesday’s Netflix hit series.

While talking about her famous dance scene, she shared that director, Tim Burton, had asked her to choreograph her own dance. Jenna admitted that while Tim had thought she had been working on something for a while, the star actually ‘had no plan’.

Jenna further revealed that she ‘didn’t sleep for two days’ and watched numerous videos to gather ideas, such as watching ‘archival footage of Goth kids dancing in clubs in the ’80s.’ The Scream actress stated that Netflix had told her that the dance would go viral on TikTok but that she didn’t believe it. Jenna humorously added, ‘And then they were right.’

The latest conversation comes after the new series continues to dominate Netflix charts. The hit supernatural show has become the streamer’s third most popular English-language TV series ever, as reported by Deadline. For the unversed, Jenna Ortega has come into the spotlight with her lead role as Wednesday Addams in the hit series.

Wednesday has now garnered 752.52M hours viewed ever since its November 23 debut and has been watched in around 115M households. The only two shows ranked above Wednesday are Stranger Things 2 and DAHMER: Monster – The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Meanwhile, the South Korean drama Squid Game remains Netflix’s most popular series ever, as reported by the outlet.

Wednesday has been breaking records ever since it debuted on the platform last month. The series nabbed the record for most hours viewed in a week for an English language series late last month, logging a total of 341.23 million hours viewed just one week since its premiere. The latest numbers mean Wednesday broke the record it set itself last week for most hours viewed in a single week for an English language program. It remains number one on that list.

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