Whether you're on stage or in the audience, there's no excuse not to shake it at the Grammys

By Diana Pearl
February 15, 2016 11:00 PM

Sure, the Grammys are for giving out awards – but they’re also for performances. And with performances come some pretty epic dance moves from the audience.

We’ve combed through the shimmies and the shakes to find the best dancers of the show thus far – plus, when and where you should recreate them:

The Sing and Shake
Carrie Underwood and Sam Hunt perfected this Grease-esque back-and-forth.

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The ‘I Own This Stage’ Strut
You can try breaking out this move on the sidewalk, but there’s no guarantee it’ll be accompanied by applause and cheers like T-Swift’s rendition was.

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The Audience Boogie
She’s pregnant and standing elbow-to-elbow in the Grammys audience, but that won’t stop Chrissy Teigen from shaking it.

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The Head Bop
Feeling the beat and feeling like you don’t want to get off your couch? Dave Grohl’s move is for you.

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The Mic Pull and Head Flip
It’s the perfect way to show off your new bob, right, Taylor?

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The Get Down
You can pull out Tyrese’s move at a party. At a bar. At the grocery store. On the street. At the office. In your apartment. Really, anywhere.

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The Literally On Fire
You’ll be burning up the club in no time when you copy Kendrick’s moves.

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The Grammys – there’s no better place to bust a move.

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