Just when you finally got the hang of the "Cups" song, after practicing for months in front of your bathroom mirror, comes another game changer in the "clap-clap-tappy-tap-clap-grab-bam" saga: a tap dance. Christopher Rice, a swing in Broadway's The Book of Mormon, put his awesome choreography skills to work, classing up America's new favorite pastime — fawning over the adorable Anna Kendrick. Rice enlisted his pals, including Kirstin Tucker (Cinderella), Clay Thomson (Matilda The Musical), Kelly Sheehan (White Christmas), Natasha Scearse, Andrew Hodge, and Darien Crago, to impress the pants off everyone.
So put on your tap shoes and get ready to "clap-clap-tappy-tap-clap-grab-bam, clap-grab-whack-bam-whack-tap-bam."
Don't show this again.