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Nikki Bella And Artem Chigvintsev Debut The 'Barmageddon' Theme Song Dance On TikTok
Love the "Barmageddon" theme song? Let Nikki Bella and her professional dancer husband, Artem Chigvintsev, show you how to move to it.
On Monday, the WWE Superstar debuted the official dance that her longtime partner, professional dancer Artem Chigvintsev, helped her choreograph to Blake Shelton’s incredibly catchy theme music that plays at the top of each episode.
The video starts as all things do with “Barmageddon”: with someone taking a big sip of their drink. In this case, it’s Bella, who quickly drops the can and takes her position behind Chigvintsev in what appears to be their living room. As Shelton’s voice rings out through the house, the duo busts a move that would certainly get the dance floor at Ole Red in Nashville hopping.
It also helps that the various spin moves and jumps they perform accentuate the sparkly fringe on both their backs.
Although it was choreographed by the “Dancing with the Stars” professional, the dance itself isn’t all that complicated, which is good because the video Bella posted to her TikTok came with an invitation for fans of the show to recreate it in their own spaces and tag "Barmageddon."
“I bet you all can do this dance better than me!!” she wrote in part in the video’s caption.
So, those who want to get involved with the action of the show can do their best to recreate this family's moves.
A signature dance to the “Barmageddon” theme is keeping with the vibe of the show, since the song itself is an original penned by none other than the legendary Jimmy Buffett and Mac McAnally.
Although Shelton performs the song, he previously told USA Insider that, when he reached out to Buffett to see if he could use his famous song “Margaritaville,” the artist was so enamored with the title of the series that he offered to write a new tune for it.
Just like that, the “Barmageddon” theme and subsequent TikTok dance were born.