Woolworths worker and Sikh security guard go viral online with their bizarre TikTok dances – Daily Mail


The fresh moves people: Woolworths worker and Sikh security guard form an unlikely bond and go viral online with their bizarre TikTok dances

  • Dance duo Jorja Crisp and Gursher Singh Heer have become TikTok sensations  
  • The seven videos since April have gone viral racking up thousands of views each 
  • One shows, Miss Crisp dancing to a pop song, then Mr Heer to a Punjabi song 
  • Fans praised the friendship for demonstrating Australia’s multiculturalism 

A young Woolworths worker and Sikh security guard have formed an unlikely dance duo with their popular videos going viral online.

Jorja Crisp and Gursher Singh Heer have been sharing videos of their collaborative choreographed dances performed outside the supermarket chain on TikTok. 

A video posted on April 30, which has since racked up more than 59,000 views, shows Ms Crisp dancing solo to a pop song while Mr Heer stands next to her acting bored while gazing at his phone. 

The music suddenly changes to an Indian song and Mr Heer pushes Miss Crisp out of the way to take centre stage, as he performs a Punjabi dance.  

Jorja Crisp (right) and Gursher Singh Heer (left) have become TikTok sensations for their dance collaborations

The unlikely bond has warmed the hearts of fans, who praised the pair for sharing their friendship online .  

‘Great mix of culture that makes Australia a great country,’ one man wrote.

 Another added: ‘You guys prove that Australia is multicultural. Keep it up guys’.

‘I love this friendship you are developing. It’s really sweet,’ a third wrote.  

The partnership appears to have begun when Mr Heer photobombed a dance video Miss Crisp was making of herself, cheekily jumping in behind her to mimic her choreography. 

In a video posted this week, Mr Heer can be seen teaching Miss Crisp his moves, while the others show the duo dancing in sync to pop songs. 

The seven videos of the pair have all gone viral, each collecting thousands of views.    

Fans praised the team for displaying their mix of dancing styles, showing the diversity of Australian culture

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