If you need a good laugh, watch the video above. Scientists say they've figured out what dance movements catch a woman's eye, and make NewsChannel 7's Meredith TerHaar crack up!
Because looks, body shape, and even clothing choices may affect a woman's opinion, British researchers captured the dance moves of 30 men and converted them into computer avatars.
Women rated dancers higher when their head, neck and torso movements were varied and they had faster leg speed. However, they did not associate arm movements with dance ability.
Researchers are curious to see if dance movements correlate with personality qualities, and how men may assess women's dancing ability.