Ashley Rey
September 02, 2016 10:29 am
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Serena Williams caught all of us off guard with her impressive moves in Beyonce’s “Sorry” video, and it looks like the tennis star is taking her dance career a little seriously. Or, at least, taking heed of all of our praise and pleas to keep it going.

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Serena partnered with Delta Air Lines for their “Keep Climbing” campaign, and worked with choreographers, Will “Willdabeast” Adams and Janelle Ginestra, to help bring the inspirational message to life. She learned a lot from working with her gal pal Beyonce’s choreographers on the set of “Lemonade“, and tapped into her new found mastery for this project.

“Dancing in the Beyonce video was obviously a lot of fun. I remember being super sore after because I was down the whole time, you know, kind of twerking a lot,” she told the Associated Press. “I was able to work a lot with her choreographers…and I really learned so much just about my body movement and also different styles of movement to do.”

In the video, you’ll catch Serena busting out some of her hip hop and contemporary skills, proving once again that she can conquer anything she sets her mind, and a little muscle, to.

But, just don’t take our word for it. Check out the Serena’s Open Delta Dance vid below:

You go, girl!

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