Comments 19 FEBRUARY 2013

'Harlem Shake' girls Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn show off dancing skills

Models Cara Delevingne and Jourdan Dunn showed indulged in a spot of dancing as they filmed their own take on the Harlem Shake while waiting backstage at the Topshop Unique AW13 show at London Fashion Week.

With the models lined up to strut their stuff on the catwalk, Jourdan is seen breaking out into dance, while Cara purposefully ignores her – as per the format of the internet craze.

A few seconds later, the beat drops and Cara and and Rosie Tapner join in with Jourdan.



 

 Their clip has racked up more than 350,000 hits since it was posted on Sunday.

The models performed their version of the dance phenomenon to American DJ and producer Baauer’s Harlem Shake, which reached number three in the UK charts this week.

The electro track looks set to be bigger than PSY’s Gangnam, Style and has become a mainstream trend, inspiring countless fans to post their version on YouTube and join the sensation.

Celebrities who have joined the craze and showcased their dance moves include Ed Sheeran, Azealia Banks. Kendall and Kylie Jenner and Ryan Seacrest.

 



Cara, crowned The Model of the Year in 2012 by the British Fashion Awards, has been spending time with best friend Rita Ora at London Fashion Week.

The Hot Right Now singer showed support to her “wifey” by attending the Burberry Prorsum show wearing a T-shirt bearing Cara’s face.

The pair enjoyed some quality time together on Monday night and went to see Muse perform at the 02 War Child BRIT Awards 2013 concert for charity in Shepherd’s Bush.

Cara stepped out in a silk bomber jacket and urban sneakers to watch the band with Rita and rumoured former beau Harry Styles.

The girls chatted to the One Direction star in the VIP section of the charity and were seen laughing and joking.

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