WATCH: AC Bonifacio showcases Manila in Alesso, Stray Kids, CORSAK dance video

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The Philippines’ AC Bonifacio is featured in the Dance Around The World video for “Going Dumb.” Screengrab from Going Dumb (Dance Around The World Video), photo from Jamie Lihan via AC Bonifacio IG.

Filipina-Canadian dancer-singer AC Bonifacio showcased iconic spots in Metro Manila in her appearance in the Dance Around The World video for “Going Dumb,” an international song collaboration between Swedish musician Alesso, South Korean boy group Stray Kids, and Chinese singer CORSAK.

AC Bonifacio was chosen to represent the Philippines in the new video released on May 29, 2021.

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The Filipina performer shared a short clip of her part on Instagram.

“ur philippine representative for going dumb by @realstraykids,” AC Bonifacio wrote.

The music video features AC Bonifacio showing off her dance moves in some of the most iconic places in the country, including Luneta Park and the old Post Office building in Metro Manila. Her parts in the video were filmed by Chapters by Mayad.

Aside from AC, twelve other dancers also represented nine countries in the video, including South Korea, Germany, Sweden, Australia, United States, Brazil, United Kingdom, Canada, and Spain.

AC earlier represented the Philippines and won the silver in the dance cover contest by Korean-pop group BlackPink.

The Kapamilya singer and actress has recently starred in the Netflix teen drama series “Riverdale” as Star Vixen.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to Filipina-Canadian dancer and singer AC Bonifacio and WATCH the Dance Around The World video for “Going Dumb,” an international song collaboration between Swedish musician Alesso, South Korean boy group Stray Kids, and Chinese singer CORSAK here!

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