Beautiful women turn Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood’s hit song into a spunky line dance
A group of line dancers known as the Boot Boogie Babes celebrated St. Patrick’s Day this year with their entertaining performance featuring Keith Urban and Carried Underwood’s duet, “The Fighter.”
Wearing their signature boots, the dancers dressed in green grooved to the hit collaboration song of the two legendary country artists.
The women did kicks, twirls, two-steps, and hopped to the upbeat song. It was clear that the ladies were enjoying their routine as they flashed big smiles while dancing.
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The line dance team from Seattle has been no stranger in gaining attention online since many of their performances in the past have become viral on YouTube.
Choreographed and led by DeAnna Lee, the Boot Boogie Babes had worldwide fame after the danced to songs like Miranda Lambert and Underwood’s collaboration “Somethin’ Bad,” Brothers Osborne’s “It Ain’t My Fault,” and Luke Bryan’s “Move.”
It became quite clear that the group liked to dance to songs that had been a collaboration between two famous artists. One of their other notable performances was when they danced to Cole Swindell and Dierks Bentley’s “Flatliner.”
With more than 300,000 views, the Boot Boogie Babes gave a fierce routine to the upbeat song that was released in January 2017.
As for “The Fighter,” the song was released a month later, in February 2017, and was the fifth single under Urban’s album, “Ripcord.”
The hit duet was on the no. 2 spot on the Billboard Country Airplay and the Hot Country Songs charts.
Urban and Underwood’s collaboration also won Musical Event of the Year at the CMA Awards and Collaborative Music Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards.
Recently, the two artists treated the fans with a surprise performance of “The Fighter” during one of Urban’s concerts, who is currently in the middle of his tour.
At first, he was singing solo onstage when Underwood entered from the backstage, earning cheers from the crowd.That performance also gave Underwood a chance to debut her baby bump as she is expecting her second child.