Alim Kheraj
Updated August 25, 2016
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We’re not sure exactly when 2016 became the year of Pokémon, but we’re low-key (okay, high-key) obsessed with it. Whether it’s Pokémon Go, the augmented reality app, or hunting down Poké-themed burgers, we’re all over it. Similarly, 2016 has also been dominated by Ariana Grande, too.

The self-professed dangerous woman has taken over the charts with her amazing voice, and we’re loving her fashion choices, too (seriously, girl knows how to rock a statement jacket).

What we didn’t expect was these two loves to combine forces, but they have and we’re so here for it that we don’t quite know what to do with ourselves.

Someone has made a video of two Pokémon doing a choreographed dance to Ariana Grande’s “Into You” and it’s everything.


The two Pokémon, Charizard and Dragonite, seem to be doing some sort of Charleston choreography to the summer smash, and it’s SO adorable.

Basically, according to a report on Stereogum (via Teen Vogue), one Japanese YouTube account has been creating mini videos of Pokémon dancing to hit songs.

The account has so far only done a couple. For example, here is the two Pokémon dancing to “Uptown Funk.”


This isn’t the first time that Ariana and the world of Pokémon have collided. In fact, Ariana uploaded this ridiculously funny picture to her Instagram when Pokémon Go was launched.

There are rumors of a live action Pokémon movie coming. We’d love to see Ariana do the theme tune, and star in it, and possible voice a Pokémon…