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    Usher Does a Dance Move for Each Letter of the Alphabet on Sesame Street—Watch Now!

    What better way to learn the ABCs than to associate each letter with a dance move? And who better to teach us those moves than the man who can boogie with the best of 'em—Usher.

    The R&B singer stopped by Sesame Street today to help teach the alphabet with much more swag than we're used to.

    Usher, along with Grover, Murray Monster, Elmo and Abby Cadabby, showed off a quick and fun dance step that correlates to every letter of the alphabet, because the ABCs "can help you move."

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    For example, the letter B is for "bounce like a ball," D is to "duck down," E is "elbows out" and M is "make a muscle," just to name a few.

    Some weren't exactly associated with a particular dance, however. Like the letter U was for—yep, you guessed it—Usher.

    And our personal favorite was Y, which stood for the star's signature phrase, "Yeeeeah, man!"

    Watch the clip and find out how "the ABCs are movin' you!"

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