At a recent photoshoot for Nylon Guy’s November issue, doe-eyed Alison Brie was asked to dougie so naturally, she performed the Charleston instead.
They try not to sexualize her (ahem, Kate Upton).
“Did you say the dougie?” the Community star asked. “I don’t know if I really know the Dougie. You know, the Charleston is like my dance. I haven’t done it in a while.”
Despite her disclaimer, Brie’s Charleston was as good a roaring 20s romp as I’ve ever seen. Do you think she picked up some dance skills on Mad Men? Though the show takes place in the 50s and 60s, Pete and Trudy Campbell showed off some mad 1920s dance skills at Roger Sterling’s wedding bash.
Watch it here
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We know the big question on everyone’s minds this weekend is, what would an LMFAO song sound like if Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young sang it?
Not to worry, Jimmy Fallon has you covered. Springsteen and Fallon, er, I mean Neil Young, sang an acoustic version of the song “Sexy and I Know It.” Fallon donned a low hat and rocked out on the harmonica and guitar while Springsteen wore his
infamous red bandanna and denim vest. They’re both totally sexy and they know it.
The song was performed to close out Springsteen Week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
The other question on your mind is obvs, what would LMFAO sound like in the 1920s? Maybe I’m feeling sentimental becuase I watched The Artist today, but I kind of like this ultra cheesy Charleston version of “Party Rock Anthem.” The exact song they mashed it with is called Green Hill Instrumental.