From Bollywood to ballet, samba to waltz, tango to Kabuki, check out how the world dances.
Bollywood actress Bipasha Basu dances during the International Indian Film Academy show.
A Samba school in Brazil performs for local spectators.
Participants perform a traditional lion dance during a Chinese New Year celebration in Vina del Mar city, Chile.
A young couple dances salsa on the streets of Trinidad, Cuba.
Ballet developed as a popular courtly entertainment during the Italian Renaissance and a world-renowned fine art in twentieth century Russia and America.
Girls dressed in traditional costumes dance during the official ceremonial act at the 28th Federal Yodelling Festival in Interlaken, Switzerland.
Tango is a sensual partner dance that originated in Argentina and now is performed as a ballfroom dance all over the world.
A Japanese Kabuki actor uses a fan during a performance in Tokyo.
Couples dance the opening waltz at the traditional Opera Ball in Vienna.
Paraguayan Maka Indians dance during a celebration to mark the 26th anniversary of the community's arrival in Puente Remanso, Paraguay.
Modern dance is performed all over the world.
The term 'belly dance' comes from the French Dance du ventre, which translates as "dance of the stomach" though it arose from various dancing styles which were performed in the Middle East and North Africa.
Aspiring dancers audition for the Radio City Rockettes' upcoming production in New York.
Michael Jackson impersonator Marvin Romero dances on the streets of Guatemala City.