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Look at all those baby faces!! Do you know which "SYT" season this classic photo is from? #classic (via Instagram)

Bless you, Person Running the "So You Think You Can Dance" Social Accounts. For the past week, that anonymous hero has been taking a fabulous little walk down memory lane, posting pics from seasons past—way past, in some cases. And they're bringing back alllllll the memories.

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Look at all those baby faces!! Do you know which "SYT" season this classic photo is from? #classic (via Instagram)

Bless you, Person Running the "So You Think You Can Dance" Social Accounts. For the past week, that anonymous hero has been taking a fabulous little walk down memory lane, posting pics from seasons past—way past, in some cases. And they're bringing back alllllll the memories.

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Cue the reaction videos. (Via YouTube)

Parris Goebel's Royal Family is just operating on a different level.

The crazy-good dance crew, which has been at the top of the competitive hip-hop scene for what feels like a century, was recently invited to give a guest performance at Hip Hop International New Zealand Nationals. And the routine they brought—choreographed by Goebel herself—was so amazing that it's inspiring its own reaction videos on YouTube.

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You haven't really lived until you've seen Jaden Smith, Rihanna, and Cardi B grooving in their gala finery. (via Instagram)

When you hear "Met Gala," do you think "choreography"? Probably not—unless we're talking about the "choreo" required to maneuver the insane trains many of the attendees wear around the red carpet.

But this year, the geniuses at Vogue—hosts of the annual extravaganza, a high-fashion benefit for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute—decided that they wanted the gala to involve a little more dancing. (Which was fitting: The theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," and what better way to showcase the celeb guests' own heavenly bodies than through dance?) So they brought in the brilliant Mette Towley, aka the dancer from the "Lemon" video, to act as movement director for the evening. As the parade of celebs made their way off the red carpet, Towley and director Bardia Zeinali captured them grooving their way through some of the Met's most iconic exhibits. And then, of course, they posted all the fabulous footage to Insta.

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Just casually développé-ing on a balance ball. As one does. (via @yana_nka8 Instagram)

Yana Cherepanova is a gifted 13-year-old student at St. Petersburg's elite Vaganova Ballet Academy. Which is cool enough in its own right.

But Yana is also the latest person to break the internet, thanks to the absolutely mind-boggling balance videos she's been posting to Instagram.

You guys: Just watch them.

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💯 💯 💯 (via Instagram)

On Friday night, the iconic RuPaul made history as the first drag queen ever to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And it didn't take long for the world's most fabulous RuPaul fan/one of our favorite human beings, Mark Kanemura, to commemorate his idol's accomplishment with—naturally—a WALK to end all walks.

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