Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves




Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves


Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves is a dance-themed special that was released in 2003. Paula Abdul is a celebrity guest in the Special. She is a famous choreographer and singer.

Zoe and Elmo, two best friends from Sesame Street, take dance lessons. When Elmo unfortunately forgets about his dance shoes, he returns.

Zoe is also unlucky because she's running late and misses her dance lesson. Paula Abdul, the dance school's teacher, wants to help Zoe and she wants to teach a new dance move choreography.

When Zoe learned about this new dance choreography, Elmo found the dance shoes and arrived. Elmo and Zoe are now ready to dance together. This is the story of the Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves video.

Some of the segments in the Zoe's Dance Moves special are:

In an animation, Zoe talks about a ballet painting by Edgar Degas. This animation is first featured in Sesame Street Episode 4140.

Baby Tooth and the Fuzzy Funk is a muppet segment featured in the special. A girl and the monsters next to her dance together. The video has 3 parts and is featured for the first time in Sesame Street Episode 3136.

Film: Children dance African dance in a park. The film is featured for the first time Sesame Street Episode 3079.

Get On Up and Move Your Body is a song about moving parts of our body. The song was first aired on Episode 3410.

Two Left Feet is an animation from the Noodles & Nedd series. Nedd teaches Noodles to dance. It is possible to see many different dance styles in Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves video.

The song Rhyming Tap Rap, sung by Savion, plays a rhyme game in the song. This song was first featured on Sesame Street Episode 3355, but the video in the special is a remake of it.

Mannequins dance in an animation that first aired in Episode 4050.

Three people, including Bill Irwin, dance to hip-hop rhythm at a bus stop. The video, which was first published on Episode 2919, has been edited.

Dancin' Shoes is a song that first aired on Episode 2949, and the song's clip features Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Count von Count and a group of children. This segment is featured in the credits for Zoe's Dance Moves.

You can watch Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves video on our website. Don't forget to dance while watching. :)

Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves

Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves

Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves

Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves

Sesame Street Zoe's Dance Moves

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