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Woman Busts Out Dance Moves To ‘Let’s Twist Again’ In Fun Kitchen Performance
Now, this is how you make chores less boring. She's so much fun to watch!
Jenny Brown
09.10.21

Even if you’re not the best dancer, it doesn’t mean you can’t dance your heart out. For a lot of people, this takes place in private – like in a living room, bedroom, or perhaps while at a stoplight (when no one’s around, of course).

You don’t have to be a contestant on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ to have a ball while movin’ and shakin’.

One woman wanted to spice up the mundane task of doing the dishes, so she started dancing. It didn’t just spice up the dish washing… it acted as a three-minute break and that’s the best way to do dishes if you ask me.

YouTube - Jonna Jinton
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YouTube - Jonna Jinton

The best part of her performance is her adoring dog. He’s her only audience member, and looks at her with loving (and perhaps confused) eyes the whole way through.

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YouTube - Jonna Jinton

The video is so adorable and is making people smile all over the world.

The little peek inside her “dance-like-no-one-is-watching” kitchen performance has brought in more than 4.8 million views!

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YouTube - Jonna Jinton

I think it’s because we can all relate to her enthusiastic dancing spirit. And who doesn’t love this old sixties classic?

Dancing to Chubby Checker’s “Let’s Twist Again” she twists and shouts all over her kitchen, using a dish scrubber as a microphone.

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YouTube - Jonna Jinton

The star of the show is Jonna Jinton.

The Swedish artist lives “in the woods in the North of Sweden” according to her Instagram page. The tiny town is called Grundtjärn and it looks stunning.

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Jonna’s kitchen dance routine is complete with a pair of cool shades. And her adorable pup can’t help but wag his little tail along to the music.

I’m sure he’d be dancing with her if he knew how to do the twist.

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YouTube - Jonna Jinton

For humans, the dance isn’t hard to do. Even for those of us who aren’t so co-ordinated! Chubby Checker once described the movements of his famous dance.

“It’s like putting out a cigarette with both feet and coming out of a shower and wiping your bottom with a towel to the beat.”

Sure, maybe it sounds a little weird when you put it that way.

But the sixties were a wild time.

I mean… who smokes right after getting out of the shower?! And just imagine the tripping hazard and burn marks on your kitchen floor. Yikes.

Best to stick to imaginary cigarettes in the kitchen like Jonna did if you ask me.

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Pixabay - Bruno /Germany

But there’s no denying that dance craze took the world by storm. And is obviously still well-loved to this day. Even in Northern Sweden.

She even gets the “audience” involved by passing them the microphone sometimes.

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Viewers found her intimate at-home performance so heartwarming, and it brought back a lot of fond memories.

“My mom and dad did the twist all the time … I’m turning 60 tomorrow and this video has brought me so many memories … my dad has died and my mom is 94 .. thank you.” – Coffee With Poet

Some people were inspired by her method of doing chores. I think I’ll try this next time, what about you?

“That’s how you wash dishes, ladies and gentlemen!” – Ray Anthony Brady

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Pixabay - Hans Braxmeier

Who needs a dance floor or stage? Not Jonna!

There’s nothing better than letting loose and dancing your heart out. Frankly, what better place than in your kitchen?

Watch Jonna’s fun performance below and let her inspire you to get on your dancing shoes too!

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By Jenny Brown
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Jenny Brown is a senior writer at Shareably. She is based in San Francisco and can be reached at hi@shareably.net.
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