Entertainment UCLA gymnast Margzetta Frazier said she 'WOKE UP SCREAMING' after Janet Jackson commented on her viral floor routine
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- Margzetta Frazier's new floor routine set to Janet Jackson's music has taken social media by storm.
- The UCLA gymnast debuted the floor exercise on Wednesday and scored 9.925 out of 10.
- Jackson wrote "iLuvIT" in response to the routine, which drew inspiration from her music videos.
UCLAMargzetta Frazier on Wednesday debuted a Janet Jackson-inspired floor routine that got the attention of the '80s and '90s singer herself.
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Frazier earned a score offor the , which she performed during a competition against Brigham Young University's gymnastics team. The wove in choreography inspired by some of Jackson's music videos, including the videos for her songs and according to .
In a video interview after the meet,, saying: "I did Miss Janet Jackson. I did a medley. I hope you like it, girl, if you see it. I love you a lot. You're my inspiration in life."
later described her performance as a "New floor routine, same magic."
After UCLA Gymnastics posted Frazier's routine - which has received more than 4,000 shares and 16,000 likes on Twitter at the time of writing -and tagging the gymnast.
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Frazier and Jackson shared an exchange via Twitter.
"WOKE UP SCREAMING," Frazier. "I AM SO HAPPY THAT YOU LIKE IT!!! YOU ARE WHY I LOVE TO DANCE."
—Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson)
People couldn't get enough of Frazier's routine.
—Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe)
—Christina Ferrante (@rememberthe1)
One user even made a duet of the gymnast's floor exercise and Jackson's "If" choreography.
Frazier's past floor exercises have paid homage to other music icons and forms of dance.
In January 2020,, like James Brown's "Get Up Offa That Thing" and Chic's "Le Freak." And in 2019, she made a statement with a floor routine that she told the was inspired by "voguing, the dance style originating from Harlem's Black LGBTQ community."
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