– No, come on!
It’s so hard. – Oh my gosh, I wanna cry.
I wanna cry. ♪ (industrial intro) ♪ – (FBE) So Carson.
– Yes. – (FBE) Do you like to dance?
– Oh no, oh no. Yes, I do,
but I’m not good. I have no rhythm. – I do.
Oh no. Is this a try not
to dance? – (FBE) Today, you’re doing
a Try Not to Dance Challenge. – Okay, all right.
Well, then why did you ask me if I like to dance?
You’re just tricking me. – (FBE) But today, there is
a twist. – A twist.
– (FBE) A twist. – You mean like a twist?
(rimshot) – (FBE) We recently asked
all of you guys what your favorite songs are
and we’ve picked the ones that we think are
the catchiest to make up today’s episode.
– So you picked our own kryptonite. – (FBE) So if you get out,
you could say it might be your fellow
reactors’ fault. – Yeah okay, I’ll blame it
on them. – (FBE) Katelyn, we do think
that this challenge might be extra hard for you.
Can you tell us a little bit about the importance
of dancing for you? – So as a gymnast,
floor is probably my favorite exercise
just ’cause you can fully express yourself
and that’s what dance is. Might be a little difficult. – Oh my God, stop. – Ah, come on, seriously? ♪ Conversation got heavy ♪ – Yay, I don’t like rap,
so I’m not gonna dance. – Well, I don’t know this song. – Definitely is a party song. – I don’t think I need to
dance to this. – I used to dance in my base–
my friend’s basement to Usher all the time as a kid. ♪ Said come and get me
Come get me ♪ – This is my song.
(buzzer) – I forgot how catchy
this song is. ♪ She said “baby let’s go” ♪
– Not gonna dance. – Okay.
– (FBE) Oh, there you go. – Okay, this is so bad though,
’cause I can’t even dance. (buzzer) ♪ When I told her I said
Yeah, yeah, ♪ – We got no pizza.
They got food there. If you’ve seen Hitch,
you know where I’m coming from. (buzzer) ♪ When I told her I said
Yeah yeah ♪ ♪ Shawty got down
said come and get me ♪ (buzzer) ♪ Yeah yeah
I got so caught up ♪ – I had a summer camp
when I was twelve and we did a dance,
a dance for this song and I choreographed it. – Yeah, yeah.
Oh. It’s hard not to,
especially if you’re standing. (buzzer) – I think I can sit through this
one, though. It’s such an old jam
that I’ve maybe danced enough to it. ♪ Yeah yeah yeah ♪
– This was it. This was the dance.
(buzzer) – Oh my God, this is way
harder than I thought. Okay, ah!
(buzzer) – Don’t like rap.
I just don’t really like modern music. – After a few times,
I think I would get into it. It’s pretty decent as far
as the language and all that stuff. – (FBE) So, this is Generations
React, obviously, so who do you think would
have chose this song? – I think definitely not elders,
but maybe teens. – College kids. – My generation. – College kids. – It’s very modern.
People in their 20s. – An adult. – I wanna say teens. – My age and maybe
a little older. – Adult. – Maybe teens.
Is it a teens song? – (FBE) It is.
– Yeah, thought so. Which teen was it?
– (FBE) It was Mikaela. – Of course it was
Mikaela. – Oh, really?
Okay. – I was so close. – That was my song
right off the bat. That’s not fair.
You can’t start with my song. ♪ Ooh ♪ – This was my song. ♪ Some things you just
can’t refuse ♪ – (FBE) You’re moving
your head, man. – What?
– (FBE) You moved your head. – That counts?
No, that does not count. I was singing.
Oh my gosh. (buzzer) – This’ll be fine.
I don’t know this song. – You know, I’m just
distracting myself with the visuals. – ♪ Then you’re left
in the dust ♪ (buzzer) – It’s hard to not bob
along, though. – Ah, it’s cute though.
– (FBE) Do you notice that you’re swaying along
with the beat? – No, I was?
I lost again. Oh well.
(buzzer) ♪ Be left in the dust ♪
– Though I do kinda wanna dance. – This is definitely a younger
generation one. – ♪ You’re a sunflower ♪
– (FBE) Ah, you swayed at the end there.
– No! (buzzer) – I made it through.
It wasn’t terrible. That one’s–
if I was going to, it would be more
of a sway. – I don’t think it’s
a dance with everybody off of the chair
type of a dance. – (FBE) What generation do you
think would have chose that? – I’m pretty sure that’s a kid. – Teens. – The kids? – College kid for sure. – Kids? – College kids. – College. – A kid. – Teenager. – College kids,
’cause it’s a relevant newer song and I don’t
feel like an elder’s gonna be like,
Post Malone. – (FBE) That was a college kid.
It was Brandon’s. – Brandon?
Ah, yes, that’s Brandon. – I wouldn’t think a college
kid would choose that song. – Oh yeah, I’m good. – It’s just an enjoyable one.
I like to listen to it in the car and just do car dance moves. ♪ When it’s cold outside ♪ – Older, more on my side. – Oh, the Temptations.
I think I’m moving already. (buzzer) – Okay, it’s hard not to.
(buzzer) – Ah, it’s hard.
♪ Feel this way ♪ ♪ My girl ♪
(buzzer) – ♪ I guess you’d say
What can ♪ ♪ Make me feel this way
My girl ♪ (buzzer) – ♪ I guess you’d say ♪ ♪ Feel this way ♪
(buzzer) ♪ I guess you’d say ♪
– My soul is dancing. ♪ My girl ♪
– You know, I’m dancing on the inside. ♪ Make me feel this way
My girl ♪ ♪ Talking about– ♪
(buzzer) – ♪ My girl ♪
No, no, come on. It’s so hard. ♪ My girl ♪
(buzzer) – Who doesn’t like that song?
It’s just– you wanna just do
a little dance. Wait.
– (FBE) Oh no. – No, no, no.
(buzzer) – Who did that?
I would say adults. – That was elders. – I’m gonna say teens.
Just a shot in the dark. – That has to be an elder. – One of the elders. – I’m gonna go with elder. – Elders. – Elder. – That could be literally
I feel like almost any age ’cause I feel like everyone
should know that. Older 20s? – I’m guessing an elder,
’cause it was black and white, but I mean, I could see
how any generation could choose that. – (FBE) It was Gary.
– Gary, okay. Very cute.
It’s a cute song. It’s a good one. – Pretty obvious,
but you never know. – I listen to this
all the time. It’s one of my favorite songs. ♪ Pero llamó a su amiga ♪ – I don’t even know
who this is. ♪ Pero llamó a su amiga ♪
– This is my song. ♪ baila baila baila ♪
– (FBE) Oh, there you go. – I can’t.
(buzzer) – (FBE) Oh, you’re bobbing.
(buzzer) – Yeah, I don’t really
wanna dance. I’m like, okay. – This is catchy, for sure. – My hips wanna move.
My hips wanna move. ♪ Me gusta como te ve’ ♪
– (FBE) I see that. – It’s the little Latin stuff.
(buzzer) – It’s got a good beat, though,
so I could see why someone would pick this. – The reggaeton stuff
is super popular right now. – I wish I could dance like that. – Just breathe, okay.
I’m good. I almost broke at the end there.
It’s one of those fun songs you just kinda wanna
body roll to it, you know? I almost demonstrated for you.
This is dangerous. I don’t wanna talk to you. – This is an adult’s. – College kid. – I’m going with teen. – Adults. – I’ll go with an adult. – Gotta be college. – I’ma say teenager. – Teens. – College kids. – College kids?
– (FBE) This was a college kid, yes.
– Ah, yay. – Of course. – Yeah, because it’s much–
has to be a younger one. – (FBE) So,
– ♪ Baila baila baila ♪ I’m not done, I’m not done.
– (FBE) Okay. – Okay, I’m done.
– (FBE) Okay, so that was your song. – Ah, God, okay.
That’s so nice, though, ’cause I sent some good ones,
so you picked actually the one that is my jam
right now. – You asked us our songs
so I know one of mine is popping up. ♪ Wicked, wicked
Had to kick it ♪ ♪ I’m not shy so I asked
for the digits ♪ ♪ A ho?
No that don’t make me ♪ ♪ See what I want ♪
– It’s my song. I love that song so much.
(buzzer) ♪ Wicked Wicked ♪
– Ah! ♪ So I asked for the digits
A ho? ♪ – It’s fun.
You can’t not, you know? Any throwback jam gets me.
That’s my weakness. (buzzer) – Am I moving?
Yes. – (FBE) You did just move.
– If I was sitting, I wouldn’t move.
(buzzer) ♪ Lick him like a lollipop ♪
– Oh God, how do you don’t dance to this?
(buzzer) ♪ Chill for a bit
Don’t know how you do ♪ ♪ The voodoo that you do ♪
– This is fun. (buzzer) – Oh yeah, I wanna tap
my foot, but I’m not going to. ♪ Shoop ba-doop ba-doop
Shoop ba-doop ♪ – I wanna–
– (FBE) Was that a head bob? – It might have been.
(buzzer) ♪ Shoop ba-doop
shoop ba-doop ♪ ♪ Shoop ba-doop ba-doop ♪
– Nope, not gonna get me. – I don’t know how many
of the younger generations are on this,
you know what I’m saying? So I’ma have to say
this is adults. – Over 30s. – Adults. – That’s an adult. – I think adult. – I’m going with adult maybe.
‘Cause maybe they were a teenager when that came out. – Adult. – College kid. – Teens. – I think it was an adult.
– (FBE) This was an adult. This was Sharon.
– Sharon. Oh, that makes so much sense. – Finally, I got something right.
My gracious. – Dope. – ♪ Brother wanna thank your mother
for a butt like that ♪ (sped-up voice) ♪ Baby take a ride
in my coop ♪ ♪ You make me wanna shoop ♪ ♪ One, two, three o’clock ♪ – ♪ Four o’clock, rock
Five o’clock ♪ ♪ Seven o’clock, rock ♪
(buzzer) ♪ Five, six, seven o’clock
eight o’clock, rock ♪ (buzzer) – Oh, these are such good songs. ♪ Around the clock tonight ♪
– Oh no. ♪ Join me, hon ♪
– Oh. – I did a dance to this
in second grade. ♪ Have some fun
when the clock strikes one ♪ – ♪ Rock around the clock tonight ♪ – I wonder whose this is. – I feel like I need
a partner for it though, so I’m telling myself,
you can’t do this by yourself. – I should have danced
on that one. I don’t physically know
how I did that. I wanna do a victory dance,
but I can’t! – It has to be the elders,
right? – I wanna say elder. – Elders.
It’s an older song. – Elders. – Definitely elders. – I’d assume an elder. – I’m thinking elder
because older song. – Elder. – Elder. – Elders.
– (FBE) It is an elder. – Yes.
– (FBE) This was Vera. – Oh, that makes
so much sense. Vera, yes. – Oh, was it?
Okay, aw, sweet. – And now that I have
Alexa, I have her play Bill Haley and His Comets
for me. ♪ Come be my teacher ♪ – Oh my gosh, I wanna cry.
I wanna cry. I’m literally gonna cry.
I’m not gonna cry. I’m not gonna cry. – Ah, this is a K-pop,
the BTS group. – It’s BTS.
– (FBE) You totally just bopped.
– No, I did not just totally bop!
(slowed down) It’s BTS. I bopped.
Whatever. (buzzer) – Look, I wanna do that.
What are they doing? I can’t.
(buzzer) ♪ (Korean singing) ♪ – (FBE) Do you notice
yourself dancing? – Oops.
(buzzer) ♪ You’re making me
a boy with love ♪ – See, I’m not even a big stan,
but it’s fun. (buzzer) ♪ (Korean singing) ♪ – I’ma give it to ’em.
(buzzer) ♪ Oh my, my, my
Oh my, my, my ♪ ♪ (Korean singing) ♪
– Yeah. Breathe, God, please.
God, please, breathe. – It’s a fun, little poppy jam
and they were dancing and you know you’re supposed
to dance with it, so you just kinda have to. – K-pop, what group?
What age? Teens. – Teens. – Oh, it has to be
the young generation. The teens. – I wanna say teens. – Teens. – That’s a college kid. – Teens. – An adult. – I’m going more towards
teen. – Teens. – (FBE) It was the kids.
– Ah, I keep underestimating the kids.
It’s my bad. – (FBE) It was Sydney.
– Sydney. Okay, Sydney always has
great taste in music. – I don’t have kids
around the house anymore, so I don’t know what
they like. – I wanted to dance so badly.
Every time I looked at the screen, my heart was like,
“Sydney, what are you doing?” – (FBE) So, we do have
one more video, but this one is actually
just for you. – Okay.
– (FBE) Any idea what it might be?
– I feel like it might be my floor music. Everyone talks about
my teammates behind me and where you started
it off where I’m clapping. I have to look at them
because I don’t know when to clap ever
and I was so off beat. That’s why when I’m doing
this part right after, I’m dying laughing
and it’s because I was so off beat,
but that’s also another reason why it got so big
because I’m laughing and it’s so joyful. That was my favorite part.
♪ Da da, da da ♪ I miss competing this
every weekend. – (FBE) So, that was your
gymnastics routine that went crazy viral
earlier this year. – Yes.
– (FBE) Did you ever expect to receive
the response that you did from that video?
– Not really. So, I mean, my routine
went viral last year on Facebook and then
it was like 70 million, got taken down
because of copyright, posted on Twitter.
I’m like– I’m ice skating the next day,
my notifications are going crazy. I put it away.
I refreshed later and it went up
50,000 followers and then people were
screenshotting celebrities tweeting me.
I’m like, what is this? I almost started crying,
’cause I was like, it’s sometimes overwhelming.
It doesn’t always hit me and I was like, wow,
it kind of left this legacy at UCLA and I’ve worked
so hard for it, but also I think luck
has a huge thing to do with all of it.
It’s a lot to take in. (buzzer) – (FBE) You won.
– Really? There was only one song
that was actually in the genre of songs I like. – I can see the differences.
It’s generations, obviously, the choices and they were
some good songs. – Thanks for dancing to this
episode of Generations React. – Shoutout to
the Gaming Thrasher. – Thanks for watching, bye. – Hey, it’s Sierra,
producer here at FBE. Thanks so much for
dancing along to this episode. Make sure to check out
all of our other episodes across all generations,
dancing and not dancing. All the links are in
the description below. Bye, guys.