Watch These Line Dancin’ Ladies Get Super Flirty To Sassy Country Hit

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These line dancin’ ladies prove that there really are country music fans all over! Based in Seattle, Washington, the Boot Girls, an intermediate line dance team under the direction of choreographer DeAnna Lee, perform at many different events showing off their sassy style and their love for country music.

The Boot Girls formed this year due to the popularity of the Boot Boogie Babes, their sister team formed in 2013, and have really stepped up their game as of late! They have performed to the tune of some of country music’s biggest hits including Jon Pardi’s “Heartache on the Dance Floor” and Brothers Osborne’s “It Ain’t My Fault“.

Their most recent dance is to the upbeat single from country singer Luke Combs, called “When It Rains It Pours”. Seattle musician Dakota Poorman sang the song live while The Boot Girls performed alongside him.

As the video started, a few of The Boot Girls were dancing next to Poorman, giving him some serious attitude! Two sailors joined in on the fun before the ladies got down to business – line dancing!

Effortlessly in unison, The Boot Girls stomped, slid, jumped, and danced in front of the beautiful Seattle scenery and were extra flirtatious to not only Poorman, but to the camera as well! 

Watch the fun and flirty dance below.  

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