The “dab” has become a signature move for Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, and its become a flash-point for some social commentators as well. However, while the dance move has caught on in pop culture thanks to Newton, he may have a rival for the best version of the move allegedly started by Atlanta-based rap group “Migos.” It comes from an interesting source, too...
Betty White is still cool even at 94 years old. Just like the Carolina Panthers, she can do the Dab. BETTY WHITE DAB pic.twitter.com/PCmcsF0IIb — CJ Fogler (@cjzero) February 7, 2016 This just shows why the Dab is so easy. Unlike other dance moves that became popular among sports teams and players, it requires very little coordination and rhythm. Too easy. But Betty does it better than most.
Cam Newton has made dabbing basically an art form this season, doing it at virtually every turn on the field.But as the league MVP prepared to take the field for Super Bowl 50, legendary actress Betty White showed during CBS' pregame show she could give the Carolina Panthers star a run for his money.Strike the pose, Miss White.
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The game itself is part of the story. So is the weather. So are the commercials. A 30-second spot in this year’s Super Bowl is going for a bank-busting $4.5 million. So what would you say with 30 seconds that cost that much money? Whatever you say, it better count. That said, let’s take a look at the top five commercials from the Super Bowl. 5. Betty White for Snickers 2010 This...
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