Imane Anys, often referred to as Pokimane, is a 26-year-old Moroccan-Canadian Twitch streamer. She is also present on YouTube. Pokimane, like many streamers, has a lot of content to offer in the form of video games. She plays League of Legends, Among Us, Fortnite and more. But that doesn’t mean its content is limited to games.
Pokimane is currently on a trip to South Korea with her friends such as AriaSaki, iGumdrop, JakenBakeLIVE, etc., which she announced on her social media earlier this month.
While she was away, Imane collaborated with a very popular South Korean boy band called Ghost9. The seven-member boy band consists of Junhyung, Shin, Kangsung, Junseong, Prince, Woojin, and Jinwoo. The Canadian streamer was seen in an adorable video learning the dance moves from the band members.
Pokimane and Ghost9 hit it off on the dance floor
During his penultimate stream in South Korea, Pokimane visited studios with Ghost9. With them were AleXa, the American singer and dancer who is currently based in South Korea, and fellow streamer and vlogger, JakenBakeLIVE.
Everyone seemed to hit it off in a fun and lighthearted dance session. They rehearsed various dance moves. Among them was a very popular dance move called Floss, originally created by Russell Horning or the Backpack Kid on SNL. The song has become extremely popular in Fortnite. The group completed the dance move and smoothly transitioned into another famous Fortnite dance (or emote) called Orange Justice.
The group was mainly led by Prince and Lee Shin, who are both the vocalists of the boy band. They demonstrated their dancing skills on the floor while the others followed. Their rehearsals ended with a warm welcome from the Canadian and her friends.
The whole group seemed to have really enjoyed the whole dance class, which lasted just over an hour streaming on Imane’s Twitch channel titled “The stream is over, see you soon for kpop dance! “
The official Ghost9 Twitter page also tweeted something nice and appropriate to express their pleasure at being invited to the stream. The tweet read:
Thank you so much for having us, we had a great time!… We hope our new friends @pokimanelol @jakenbakeLIVE @iGumdrop @AriaSaki @milktpapi @WaterLynnn can become K-pop stars with today’s lesson today!
How did the fans react?
Needless to say, Pokimane learning dance moves from K-pop artists was always going to get a lot of attention.
These fans found the whole stream adorable.
With her last stream uploaded in South Korea earlier today, the Canadian streamer is now set to return home. It continues to broadcast almost daily. Fans can see how his trip to South Korea went on his Twitch channel.