12 Dancing Families You Should Be Following Right Now
Whether it’s slaying in the studio or breaking it down in the living room, we all know dancing is better when we’re dancing together. But there’s something especially captivating about siblings, or even entire families, who all share the same passion and are great dance collaborators.
Here are 12 TikTok, Instagram and YouTube accounts that are fan-favorite family affairs.
The Gardiner Brothers
From castles to cliffs, these world-champion Irish dancers travel all over the world, tap boards in tow, and film athletic Irish dance routines that push the boundaries of the art form. With their outrageous synchronization, it’s surprising that these two aren’t twins.
The Rybka Twins
These Aussie twins are triple threats in dance, cheer and gymnastics. You can count on their channel for equal parts impressive acro and #Relatable dancer life content.
The Williams Family
Quick one two snap ball change whip hair-touch body roll 💃 dancing with @alexander.chung 🕺🕺🕺🕺
Perhaps one of the most famous families on TikTok, the Williams brothers sure know how to bust a (perfectly coordinated) move, and are always collaborating with big-name dance and TikTok celebrities.
The Foreman Brothers
These 16-year-old brothers represent the next generation of notable tappers. You may recognize them from their appearance on Season 3 of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” where they portrayed tap legends Gregory and Maurice Hines.
Megan Kneez? Megan Elbowz? This trend is Megan me weak ##fyp @Coileray
OK, so maybe not a real family, but this legendary dance crew has been around so long, they might as well be. Follow for sick-looking tricks and timeless talent.
The Quiner Sisters
The Quiners are perhaps one of the most delightful dancing families we know. All six are dedicated bunheads, and their YouTube channel includes fun behind-the-scenes and day-in-the-life vlogs, so you can follow along as the older sisters dance in professional ballet companies while the youngsters train at top ballet schools
The Muñoz Family
With talent like this, it’s honestly so heartwarming to see where “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Bailey Muñoz gets it from.
The Karrit Family
When quarantine first began last March, Lebanese Afrobeats dance instructor Sara Karrit recruited her husband and naturally talented 6-year-old son Steve for a video that quickly went viral. Nowadays, Sara posts groovy Afrobeats combos, many featuring Steve, that also offer an interesting glimpse of life in Dubai.
The Arnold Sisters
We know them, we love them…we sure hope you follow them! Syncopated Ladies founders and tap extraordinaires Chloe and Maud Arnold are always our inspiration for fast feet and fierce performance.
The (Other) Arnold Sisters
Lindsay, Jensen, Brynley and Rylee
are no strangers to dancing on camera, making appearances on “So You Think You Can Dance,” “Dancing with the Stars” and “DWTS: Juniors,” and in 2019, they launched their own YouTube channel. Come for the glamorous backstage access to “DWTS,” stay for the hilarious sister antics and honest takes on everything from living with diabetes to fighting hormonal acne.
The Ford Sisters
Street dancers Brianna, Kaley and Christa are absolute fire on the dance floor, but offstage, they’re super-proud of their Hawaiian heritage, and are all about spreading “aloha” (love).
The Sullivan Twins
Whether it’s sassy jazz or moody contemporary, twins Courtney and Caitlin are total #TechniqueGoals. They also sport so many cute matching sets that I’m officially applying to be their triplet.