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Twitter Thoughts On The 2018 THON Line Dance

Dancers and spectators anxiously await the THON line dance every year. After a bit, the hype settles and everyone goes online to reveal their true feeling about the line dance. We checked out Twitter and gathered the best tweets about the THON 2018 line dance.

Overall, tweets were looking pretty positive:

Except for this Winter Olympics fan:

Several users thought that the line dance this year was “fire” (sizzle):


One user reminded us that everything comes at a price:

Looks like we have some Eagles fans in the audience. One showed high hopes early for this year’s line dance:


Two High School Musical fans were thrilled that the line dance started with a Troy and Gabriella duet:


We are of course reminded of why we THON #FTK:

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