The Foxtrot is a beautiful dance that originated in 1913, but is still widely danced today at weddings, social dances and competitions. The foxtrot was named after a comedian. Harry Fox was known for his trotting antics across stage in vaudeville shows, from which foxtrot gets its name. After a while, foxtrot was altered to use more fluid movements. The foxtrot is a very well-known ballroom dance, danced smoothly across the floor, and often associated with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers’ style of dancing.
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