Oh! I like it! He got me hype on it. Welcome back to Next Big Dance Move.
I’m Darren Big Baby Brand. I’m Dana Alexa. And they’re
getting on my nerves still. Each episode,
we have three contestants show us their moves. And the winner will be blasted all over Wild ‘n Out’s TikTok. [inaudible]
TikTok? TikTok. Contestant number one. Oh my God. Hi, darling.
Hey. How are you doing? You are gorgeous, I’ma warn you. I’m great. What’s your number? Huh, excuse me? I’ma warn you about these two. They’re going to come
for you pretty hard. What’s your name? Mine’s Darren,
336-2-(beep). My name is Lashae, I’m 23, and born and raised
in the Bronx. BX. I be learning, sorry. Okay, Lashae, so, what you plan on
doing for us today? My dance is called Start It Up. Basically, it’s a dance
to get you started. You hear a song, you be like,
“Hey I’m about to start it up.” And then, you go ahead and do whatever freestyle
you want to do. Like an intro move? Yeah.
Are you a dancer? Yeah. Have you ever
danced your way to my heart? Oh, that was cute. Thank you. Well, you know… What? Don’t encourage that. It was original.
It was original. Thank you. I am original. If you ran into him
on the street, you’d be like, “Get lost.”
Be honest. In New York, yeah. You’re projecting, Dana. You’re projecting, Dana. Anyway, let’s see it. Come on, grab a beat.
Let’s let this girl dance. Hey. Whoa. I … yeah. Psst … psst. Oh no. I like that she doesn’t even
acknowledge him, whatsoever. What is it? What is it? Lashae? I mean, she’s fine. She’s fine. Just off appearance alone,
you won. I don’t think we need
to see anybody else. That’s sweet. That’s sweet. Can you stop ruining the show? All righty, see you later. Thank you, guys.
Thank you. All right, bye bae. You guys got to stop
putting pretty girls on this show,
it’s like a shark tank. Contestant number two, we’re ready. Number two, let’s get it. Hey. [inaudible 00:02:10]. What’s your name? I’m Phillip [Gelbert 00:02:14], I’m 29, I’m from Bridgeport,
Connecticut. What’s up, man? What do you plan
on doing for us today? I came up
with the Teddy Bounce. A what?
The Teddy Bounce. The Teddy Bounce?
Teddy. The teddy?
Teddy Bounce. Okay.
As in teddy bear. Teddy bear.
It’s something I can up with because I teach
little kids too, and some people
don’t know how to dance. So, you have to try to teach … so, you have to teach them
[inaudible 00:02:32]. That wasn’t funny. So, it’s kind of like the bump, but a little bit more swag.
Dana Alexa: Okay. Okay,
got to take care of the youth. The youth. Raise them up right. Like baby boy, over here. She likes me
but I’m not interested. Can we get the beat? Does that seem like it’s true? No. Hit the beat, let’s go. Oh. Hey. So active. So active. Wait a minute.
One, two, three, four. And then shimmy it out. Freestyle.
Darren Brand: Bow. Bow. You do four
and then you freestyle [crosstalk 00:03:01]. (beep) it up,
[inaudible 00:03:02]. Oh. Oh, he did a
[crosstalk 00:03:04]. Oh! Listen. [crosstalk 00:03:04] For the beat god community, he’s moving. Hey! I’m no going to lie, that part right there,
that’s my part. That little Diddy part,
I like that. Yeah, it looks like
a little Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It groove. Yeah. All right.
All right, that’s enough! That’s enough!
We don’t dance that long, now. He got to get his breath back,
in the nose, out the mouth. You know it. I know. So, it was hard
for me to figure out exactly what the dance was.
Was it just that- It’s four jumps
and then a freestyle. Okay.
So, you know how to do the bump? Mm-hmm (affirmative). You know, a jump, bop.
Right, right. It’s jump,
but put your knees out. Hey listen, we appreciate it. That was fun. It was, lot of energy. Thank you.
Thank you so much. Big got game. Winter’s coming, baby. Let’s get
it. Ready for the next one? All right, bet.
You may want to bring him out. Contestant- Number three! Come out,
contestant number three. How do I even [inaudible] that?
Oh man, Eddie from Tekken. I’m pretty sure you’re
going to be capoeiraing, oh yep, there it is.
There it is. What’s happening, brother? Tell us about yourself, man. What’s up, man? My name’s Shacore,
I’m from Newark, New Jersey. The name of my dance
is Who Dat There. You got to say it like that,
you got to say, “Who dat there?” Who dat there?
Who dat there? Brother, brother, look at me. We here. When they see the dance, they going to be looking like,
“Who dat there?” So … He really needs
some help getting girls, so let’s hope this is good. She ain’t talking about me. No, him. Okay.
Never you. Yeah. Oh. Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there?
Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there?
Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there?
It’s a (beep) over there. (beep) over there.
(beep) over there. Where the (beep) at? Wait, who dat there?
That’s (beep) I know. Why do they got to
be (beep)? Because. Just for the moment. Dana, (beep) and those are the ones
[crosstalk 00:05:00]. (beep) are real. Women exist and (beep) are real. I like it! He got me hype on it. Thank you. Appreciate that. Are you guys
ready to deliberate? So, contestant one. Contestant number one. Number one was cute. Contestant number one was fine. Oh, that beautiful girl, yeah. As hell. Yes.
Gorgeous. But this is not
a beauty pageant. It is not.
So … Says the person
that calls everybody cute. I feel like if she
would’ve gave us a little bit, because she could’ve
went real hard on the leg. You’re not starting
nothing up with that step. Yeah. I mean, I get- Except maybe a nap. Yep, that’s what I was thinking. Agreed? He loves me. He literally [crosstalk 00:05:36]. I wouldn’t go
as far as saying that. Second step was the bump. Oh, the Teddy Bear Bounce. No, no, no, no, no, it was- Teddy Bounce. The Already Taken. Yeah, that is already a step. I think I’ve seen that before. But I must say, I must- But his energy … But I must say,
for the hefty boys, he light on his feet. And it was fun. Could definitely
play D-line for the Giants. Contestant number three. The Who Dat There. Who Dat … Wait a minute,
say that one more time. The Who Dat There. Who … that’s not how to say it.
Oh, she is- How do you say it?
Who dat there? Who dat … no, I can’t do that. Terrible. You got to sound like you got a snotty …
Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there?
We have seen those steps before. That dancing lizard
that he does, the knee, it’s nothing like, brand new,
but together with the song … All right, we have our decision.
Let’s get the contestants back- All right, let’s get it. All right, we have it.
Contestants! Woo! [inaudible 00:06:24].
Let’s go. Welcome back. Y’all were amazing. Yeah.
Great dancers. Stop it! Great … So goofy. Just, I don’t love her, but I do love the winner.
And that is … Number three,
you won, man. Congrats. [crosstalk 00:06:44], man.
We had a good time, man. We had a good time. Appreciate y’all.
Appreciate y’all. Thank you so much.
Congratulations. Congratulations, number three. Number three! Show us the dance.
We trying to learn the dance. All right, yeah,
show us the dance step. Yeah.
[inaudible 00:06:57]. [crosstalk]
and then you going to do two bounces, all right?
All right. All right, here we go. One, two, three, bring it in. Oh. Who dat there? Who dat there?
Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there? Who dat there?
Who dat there? I got-
Who dat there? [inaudible 00:07:26]. [crosstalk
00:07:26]! Oh. Y’all ain’t turnt?
Let it out.