We just wanted to dance.

After watching the season two finale of Orphan Black, which featured the now infamous clone club dance party, we've had an insatiable desire to bust a move, which is exactly what we did when we caught up with the BBC America hit's cast at Comic-Con.

It just didn't seem fair to us that only Tatiana Maslany and Jordan Gavaris got to participate in the filming of the dance scene, so we called an impromptu dance party, which stars Dylan Bruce, Kristian Bruun, Ari Millen and Maria Doyle Kennedy were more than happy to participate in. (Have we mentioned how much we love this show and its cast?!)

So cue up Lil Jon and DJ Snake's "Turn Down for What," which was Bruun's song of choice natch, and get down with us and the cast by pressing play on the epic video above, won't you? 

So why didn't Maslany and Gavaris participate in our clone club dance party (part deux)?! "We did it for two days," Maslany said of filming the finale's short-but-oh-so-sweet dance scene, while Gavaris joked, "I don't even know what dancing is anymore!" 

After we were done busting a move, we asked the cast to spill on the celebs they've met who've revealed themselves to be huge fans of the show. Sinbad was Maslany's pick, while Bruce revealed that Henry Winkler came up to him in London to profess his love for Orphan Black.

"'Just tell the whole cast, hug them and tell them I love the show so much,'" he said. "I said, 'Thank you, Mr. Winkler,' and he's like, 'Henry.'" He then made good on his promise to "Henry" and gave the entire cast a hug on the iconic actor's behalf. Aw!

To find out more surprising celebrity Orphan Black fans, watch our interview with the cast above!

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