A pandemic has taken over the world and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. Like COVID-19, TikTok is highly infectious and will take hold of you at some point.  You have been warned!

Let’s face it, staying inside is boring. It’s not good for the mind, body or soul. So, in order to relieve boredom and anxiety and get some well-needed endorphins flowing, here are some of the most popular TikTok dances you can learn during self-isolation to prevent going mad.




By far the most popular dance on TikTok with more than 29.7 million users attempting the fast-paced choreography is the “renegade.” It’s perhaps one of the first viral dances to break out of the confines of the app itself and prompt so many others to strive to “go viral.”


“Say So”


Teenager Haley Sharpe from Alabama created choreography to accompany the song and said in her caption to Doja Cat that she’d love to be in a future music video. 


“Number One Baby”


The song has spurred a viral dance movement where 27 million people are dancing to the lines, “had to take the time to cut ’em off, I need help/I know how to make the girls go crazy/When you treat her like your number one baby.”


“Wow you can really dance”

Find someone in isolation with you and force them to make this one because believe me it’s really funny.


“Hands clapping”

This is quite a technical one as you have to be quick on your feet but worth learning as it is impressive. Side note, if you need to clap your hands at anyone, let it be for our amazing health service working hard to keep us safe.