Sometimes you just need to put on a red dress and dance, as Mandy Moore, Victoria Beckham and more stars know. We rank their interpretations from one dancer emoji (pretty close) to three dancer emojis (twinning at life)
Mandy's made this comparison before, leading us to believe she should audition for the role of the red-dress dancer in the inevitable live-action emoji movie.
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The former Spice Girl captioned this Instagram of her striking red ruffle ensemble, “Vmoji stole my look.” Our thoughts on this fashion-face off? The emoji wore it first!
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The Southern Charm star twinned with the emoji and Katy Perry (see here!) with her dress choice for the season four reunion. She even channeled her inner dancing girl when captioned her Instagram: "Shake it off, babe."
When you use this emoji "1,000x a day," as Jenna does, you're bound to find yourself turning into her sooner or later.
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The star didn't draw the comparison between her rose-petal-strewn Marchesa gown and the dancing girl emoji - but the internet did it for her quickly enough.
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The star (in Monique Lhuillier) declared that "emoji chic" would be the new normcore.
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2015 was the year the word "emoji" was added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary; it's also the year Zendaya (in Rubin Singer) invented the concept of dressing like the dancing girl, and everyone else followed.
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Nina (also in Marchesa) captioned this Instagram with a single "💃🏻," but she needs a little more volume in the skirt to really nail the vibe.
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One star who had no trouble getting into the spirit of the emoji? Priyanka, who said her Jason Wu gown at the Emmys caused her to realize, "I’m the twirling dancing emoji now.”