Fortnite Dances & Emotes List

Dances in the Fortnite is also one of the main reason for it’s success in the short span of time. Whenever, Fortnite releases new dances, people goes crazy by seeing that and starting emoting the same. Below, we have discovered some of the best Fortnite dances and emotes lists on our research.

  1) Wiggle

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost:500 V-Bucks

Fortnite avatars will get a good victory dance with this emote. Wiggle your body non-stop as you parade yourself throughout the Battle Arena. It was first introduced on April 15, 2018, and available in the shop for only 500 V-Bucks.  The dance is accompanied by a cool upbeat of hip- hop while the avatar looks down as if it’s checking its movements. Then, your avatar looks up again without stopping the hilarious yet strange wiggling.

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    2) Swipe It

    • Released: Season 5 Battle Pass
    • Type: Emote
    • Cost: Tier Level 63

The Swipe It emote came from the previous Season 5 Battle Pass. This Rare emote, despite the simplicity of this move, is best played with the “Drift” skin. As the description says “Swipe it over and over again,” it is a looping dance with rhythmical patterns that even players can perform in real life. However, this emote is no longer obtainable as the developers removed it after the end of Season 5.

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      3) Fresh

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 800 V-Bucks

Heard of Will Smith being a part of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-air?” Looking at this Fresh Emote will create a nostalgic feeling for any player. It was a classic and well-known dance in that time where a character name Carlton did “The Carlton Dance.” It was first introduced on Fortnite on December 16, 2017, and named as “Fresh.” The epic emote can be purchased in the shop for only 800 V-Bucks.

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      4) Groove Jam

  • Released: Season 4 Battle Pass
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Tier Level 95

Besides other looping emotes available in the Fortnite shop, here is a noteworthy dance that came from the movie “Napoleon Dynamite.” It is a groovy dance with two or three different steps before looping. This Epic emote was one of the moves you can see and acquire in the Battle Pass Season 4. During that time, players have to get Tier level 95 to unlock the dance and they were very lucky. Why? It’s because this emote is no longer accessible.

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    5) Infinite Dab

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type; Emote
  • Cost: 500 V-Bucks

Dab was first introduced by Peewee Longway, Jose Guapo and Rich the Kid. According to the American Rapper Bow Wow, the Dab dance was derived from the cannabis dabbers community that started around 2012. Now, the Dab dance made its way to Fortnite. This Infinite Dab is a loop of dab’s from side to side and nothing else. Players may find two types of Dab which are the normal “Dab” and the “Infinite Dab.” This emote was the first release on July 6, 2018, and can be purchased for only 500 V-Bucks.

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     6) The Worm

  • Released: Season 2 Battle Pass
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Tier Level 28

The Worm Dance is one of those dance steps we all try to master since we were kids. If you can do it then so can your avatars. It was released during the Season 2 Battle Pass by Passing the Tier level 28. It is considered to be one of the rarest emotes in Fortnite considering that only a few players can achieve a certain level during that Season. If a player is lucky enough to get this then it can be a perfect emote to show off to other opponents.

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     7) Zany

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 500 V-Bucks

First appeared on May 19, 2018, the Rare emote “Zany” can be described as a dance with simple coordination of the avatar’s hands and feet. Before going to an unending loop, it gives 4 different movements. First, the avatar will begin stomping its feet like a soldier accompanied by moving the hands up and down while the elbow is stable. The fist opens and closes like expressing a “Surprise.” The Fortnite’s official description of Zany is on the spot as it says “Go ahead, get weird with it.”

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    8) Disco Fever

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 800 V-Bucks

Any player interested in classic movies may know the famous “Disco Fever.” The dance came from the popular 70’s movie “Saturday Night Fever” starring John Travolta. Heating up the dance floor with the Epic Disco fever emote and the song influenced by this time would surely make players abuse the replay button. It first appeared on March 31, 2018, but was last seen on November 10, 2018.

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     9) Take The L

  • Released: Season 3 Battle Pass
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Tier Level 31

If you’re up for a more personal take on being a winner in Fortnite than “Savor the W,” players who think this way will surely love the “Take the L“ emote. This is a rare emote first introduced in the Battle Pass Season 3. Players need to get a Battle Pass Tier 31 to unlock this emote. It expresses the letter L with the avatar’s right hand and placing it on his forehead while prancing nonstop. However, it is not available in the shop and was only obtainable during Season 3.

    10) Floss

  • Released: Season 2 Battle Pass
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Tier Level 49

There’s no need to explain how this emote works due to its popularity all over the world. It has been performed by famous people, social media, dancers, and fans. The dance became viral due to a teenager nickname “Backpack Kid” performing the move during Katy Perry’s performance during the “SNL” Season finale. After that, the dance became a hit and searching Floss as a GIF will give you thousands of options. Despite Floss being so popular even to the community in the Fortnite, the emote can only be unlocked during the Season 2 Battle Pass.

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    11) Orange Justice

  • Released: Season 4 Battle Pass
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Tier Level 26

During the time when Fortnite opened a contest called “BoogieDown Contest,” Thousands of fans submitted their dance steps as they hope judges would notice their hard work and be added to the game. However, there was one kid in an orange shirt who submitted a dance but didn’t win the contest. Folks from the community, including the popular YouTuber “Pewdepie,” submitted a petition about the kid’s dance hence the name “Orange Justice.” It was so popular that players were dying to get this emote during the Season 4 Battle Pass as a “Great Exercise Move.”

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    12) Llama Bell

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 800 V-Bucks

Hearing the Epic Llama bell emote will surely annoy both comrades and opponents. It was first released on August 20, 2018, in the shop for 800 V-Bucks. Which the avatar would hold a bell with a stick and hit the bell non-stop with the sound that goes “Clang! Clang! Clang!” The sound is catchy that avatars will start dancing in rhythm and while holding a bell in every direction. The Fortnite community debates if the bell comes from a Llama or maybe from a cow.

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    13) Electro Shuffle

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 800 V-Bucks

Release on December 14, 2017, this Epic Electro Shuffle emote was last seen in the shop on January 17, 2019. Besides the popular Floss emote and Orange Justice, some may consider this emote as the top 3 best dance emote in Fortnite. This dance is a fast-paced emote introduced on social media by a dancer from YouTube. It represents avatars dancing to electro house music which originated from Paris, France.

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    14) Best Mates

  • Released: Season 3 Battle Pass
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Tier Level 63

During the Season 1 to Season 3 Battle Passes of Fortnite, players have a rare chance of obtaining unique skins, emotes, and accessories. These hard-to-obtain emotes include the “Best mates emote” which was first introduced in the Season 3 Battle Pass. It requires players to reach Tier Level 63 before it unlocks. This emote is no longer available and cannot be seen in the shop. Therefore, it now makes players who received this emote very lucky while making opponents envious at the same time.

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    15) Dance Moves

  • Released: Default dance
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Free

Although this dance is considered to be a default dance in the game, expressing yourself on the Battlefield doesn’t require you to consume V-Bucks or participate in Battle Passes to obtain very cool emotes. The Dance Moves emote allows avatars to move smoothly and make opponents enjoy a nice victory/defeated performance. The dance originated from the character Turk in Scrubs. Feel the rhythm as your characters dance along a fusion beat of hip-hop, funk, and breakbeat music.

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    16) Reanimated

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 800 V-Buck

One of the legendary dance steps of Michael Jackson besides the “Moon Walk.” Reanimated comes from the “Thriller” song which would be possible if a zombie would dance to a beat. Fortnite characters will do a dance move akin to stretching out their hands while making twists and turns. It was released in the game on March 3, 2018, as an Epic emote. Unlike other Epic emotes, this cosmetic item can be purchased and seen in the shop every month even in 2019.

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    17) Rock Out

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 800 V-Bucks

Almost in every generation of a person’s life may have an interest in becoming a rockstar or just play an electric guitar. The Rock Out emote allows your Fortnite avatar to do those things. It first came to the shop on April 14. 2018 and lasted until December 23. 2018. The emote may be available again in a future patch. There is still no info about the re-release at the time of writing. If players were able to unlock it then their avatars can hold an electric guitar and play it like a professional.

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    18) Busy

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 500 V-Bucks

You may have seen this in Television shows and movies like “Deadpool 1” where people stop them by interfering their activities on smartphones, expressing “I’ll be with you in just a moment.” It may look rude in real life but may work very well in Fortnite. It was recently released in the shop last year on November 5, 2018, and still available in this year 2019. The rare emote can be purchased for only 500 V-Bucks

    19) Slitherin

  • Released: Battle Pass Season 6
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: Battle Pass Tier 63

The Slitherin is one of the recent emotes featured in the Battle Pass Season 6. Players have to achieve the Battle Pass Tier 63 to unlock this dance. The Slitherin emote can be compared to the emote “Wigglin” because of their similarities. The difference is how the avatar’s hand moves faster and in the opposite movement of its body. Although the emote has been a recent release in Season 6, it is no longer obtainable and cannot be seen in the shop.

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    20) Drop the Bass

  • Released: Item Shop
  • Type: Emote
  • Cost: 500 V-Bucks

A rare emote introduced on September 17, 2019, “Drop the Bass” was shown in the shop for only 1 month last until October 15, 2018. The avatar performs a dance move where it makes hitchhiking signs alternating from left to right. The dance is accompanied by punky retro music and goes into a loop. This cosmetic item is no longer available. However, there may be a chance the developers will re-add it in a future update.

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