A step-by-step of the new boogie created by YouTube's Will Ferrell fans
Some film lovers pore over restored prints of Citizen Kane. Others, like Dallas rapper B-Hamp, write catchy ditties about Will Ferrell movies. His single ”Do the Ricky Bobby” (inspired by 2006’s Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby) has a dance routine that a number of YouTube users are imitating in their own clips. B-Hamp tells us how to get it right.
Lifting your arms by your sides, swing them from left to right.
Squat; fold your left arm across your chest, and hold your right arm out as if you’re driving a race car with one hand on the wheel.
Strike a pose! ”Any pose you want,” says B-Hamp. (We suggest standing proud and throwing up the ”I’m No. 1” hand gesture. After all, if you’re not first, you’re last.)
Squat; take your arms forward in a circular motion, referencing the scenes in which Ricky Bobby believes he’s wheelchair-bound. ”That’s the thing that I always see people really like to do.”