Definitely one of the biggest hits we saw in the entertainment industry during 2022 was the Netflix series Wednesday.
A series already very loved by the public, which has been one of the most watched series on the platform, and we can see the magnificent character of Jenna Ortega who gives life to Wednesday, yes the daughter of the Addams family.
The world has eyes on this series not only for playing the Addams family, who have been taken to the big screen repeatedly being always a success, but also for the charm and talent of the lead actress Jenna Ortega.
Undoubtedly the most iconic moment of the series, is the dance where we can see Wednesday doing a very intriguing choreography, which has been replicated thousands of times on social media platforms such as Tik Tok where we can see users dancing inspired by Wednesday.
It has been so much the impact of this dance that has even come in trend to artists like Lady Gaga who has shown on social networks that she also knows how to have fun staying young and of course dance them and conical steps choreography chorus two by the very same Jenna Ortega.
Recently we were able to witness the 80th edition of the Golden Globes where the young actress attended with a beautiful coffee in Brown tones.
The awkward moment came when the actress Jenna Ortega was asked to dance the characteristic Wednesday choreography, for which she quickly refused showing a face of nonconformity and of course discomfort.
Many people have already given their opinion on social media saying that Jenna is not yet famous enough to behave in an egocentric way and that even though she is famous she should not behave badly with the press.
On the other side there are also all the people who defend her saying that it was a red carpet event and not necessarily a dance workshop.
Even some social media users commented that she looked quite uncomfortable and that it was not very polite to ask for a dance like that in a serious moment, attacking directly to E! Entertainment, who were the ones who made the peculiar request.