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Some Might Say This Dance Style Is Old-Fashioned, But I've Never Seen It Done Like This

The jig, or step dancing, is a traditional dance that goes back to England's 16th and 17th centuries, and it was commonly associated with performers wearing clogs. If you've never seen it performed in person, all you need to know is that it is hypnotizing and something you'll never forget.

This Irish dance troupe, who call themselves "Prodijig," clearly live up to their name. They take the traditional jig to the next level, something that the modern world is excitedly embracing.

Once kept in the comfort of its home countries and among jig enthusiasts, now the dance has made its way onto the big stage. Their appearance on the British talent show "Got to Dance" garnered 5.73 million views on local television. Now, that is impressive.
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