The talented skater who imitated Merlina’s dance and went viral
The dance of merlin addams It continues to cause a sensation around the world. More and more people are imitating the steps of the character played by Jenna Ortega, and now the one who surprised is Kamila Valieva, a skater Russian artist who was inspired by this for a presentation of his.
From the precise moment it was revealed that Tim Burton would make a series centered on the character of merlin addams for Netflix, many thought that this production would become a total success. Within weeks of their arrival on the platform, it is clear that they were not wrong.
The choice of Jenna Ortega as the protagonist was a great success. The gothic aesthetic typical of her director and the addams family they also did their thing to make the project work.
For the rest, the presence of those scenes that become unforgettable is always important, and in the case of Merlina, it goes through the dance which takes place in the fourth episode.
It became all the rage on social networks and Camila Cabello was one of the first to replicate it. Her dance on TikTok was so well done that several users highlighted the resemblance between her and Ortega.
Another notable case is that of Kamila Valieva, skater Russian artist who was inspired by this dance for one of her performances.
Kamila Valieva and Merlina’s dance: this was her striking presentation
At just 16 years old, Kamila Valieva is one of the most famous athletes in Russia, her native country. She is an Olympic athlete, she has just performed at the Russian Figure Skating Championships and it was there that she imitated the dance of merlin addams.
In an ice skating performance, Kamila took on several of Merlina’s moves and also other elements of hers such as costumes, hair and makeup.
The applause he received at the end of his presentation responds to how well achieved it was in itself, and also to another perhaps more important merit.
It consists in that merlin It hit the Netflix screen on November 23, which means that the Russian and her team had very little time to design and rehearse the choreography.