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LeAnne Rimes Just Performed Her Famous Dance From 'Coyote Ugly'—And She Hasn't Lost A Step

Coyote Ugly. A movie with an awesome name that's about a bunch of women who perform awesome dance moves on top of a bar. I think the bar has the same name of the movie, and I know there's a hot guy in the movie who pretends to have a boot on his car to avoid it getting towed. Or maybe the main character did that in the movie. I don't know and I don't care.

All I remember is that it came out the same year as Snatch so I wasn't about to go and waste my time watching a film some silly dance moves when I could see Brad Pitt lay the groundwork for Conor McGregor's rise to superstardom.

I guess if I was obsessed with country singer Leanne Rimes I'd have probably snuck into my local movie theater and check it out after illegally watching the horrible first X-Men film or Hollow Man or The Cell. Because you may or may not know this, but Rimes was totally in the movie and performed a tabletop dance routine. It went like this.

She also sang a song on the film's soundtrack, which she performs in the movie, in case you wanted to rush to your local Sam Goody to purchase a compact disc of this iconic musical masterpiece.

It looks like the dance moves, years later, haven't been lost on Rimes who, when hanging at a bar in Aspen Colorado that wasn't open to the public, put on a show for her friends and Instagram followers.

It was the same dance from the film.

The Kemosabe bar recorded some of the dance and posted it up on its own Instagram page, garnering comments from all the film's fans in the process.

OK, I might be a little harsh, but that's only because I'm salty that other iconic film dances aren't being recreated their their respective stars.

Like I want to see a 2017 Tom Cruise slide out and do this little number from Risky Business.


Or heck, even just regular old musical performances will do. I want to see Arnold from Twins sing Yakkity Yak.

No offense to Rimes, but I'm taking Arnold's vocals over her on this one.