These Riders Dancing to “Ever After” Is the Collaboration of the Year 

There are tons of dance challenges on TikTok including “Ever After” by Bonnie Bailey and guess who just entered the chat? Our favorite food and grocery delivery service apps’ riders!

The “San Pablo City Dancing Riders” were formed when one of their members posted their video online and the group started to trend since then. As it turns out, they are actually a group of dancers/performers who were among those who lost their main source of income when the pandemic hit. Eventually, they became Foodpanda riders to adjust to the new normal.


Reply to dc : @kylelagrisola 🔥 Ayan na ate hehe #fypシ #spcdancingriders #tiktokph

♬ IDONTMIND – 𝓚𝔂𝓵𝓮 ☻

Another group of dancing riders is the “Grab Lipa.” Sometimes, they even invite the restaurant managers and/or security guards to join them in their videos!


Reply to @bryanbravozoleta with @coachadie & @johnaniversario

♬ original sound – 𝕷𝖎𝖒𝖚𝖊𝖑 𝕸𝖊𝖓𝖉𝖔𝖟𝖆 – el.mendozaofficial on IG

Now, the two dance groups have finally come together in what the netizens call “the crossover we have all been waiting for!”  Watch them slay the Ever After dance challenge below:


Reply to @keilzykeslopez dc : @lgfphilippines X @ceejaylaqui_ 🔥 FP X GRAB! Part1 most requested collaboration #spcdancingriders #fypシ #tiktokph

♬ Ever After – ceejaylaqui on IG

They even accommodate requests they receive from their followers, including a request for an encore! In their second video collab, SPC Dancing Riders member Jomak Peladra wrote in the caption: “Magkaiba lang ng uniporme pero iisa layunin.”


Reply to @maikhel08 Magkaiba lang ng uniporme pero iisa layunin😊 #fypシ #spcdancingriders #grabfoodph dc @lgfphilippines @ceejaylaqui_ @dj_loonyo

♬ original sound – Jan Panganiban (Jed)

According to the frontliners who deliver our essentials so we will not have to go out, dancing is what they do to let the time pass while waiting for our orders.

Meanwhile, we are still unsure if anybody did invite Angkas, but the motorcycle vehicle for hire and package delivery company has something to say about this collab. They wrote on Twitter: pass, ang init init eh”.

How about you, what do you think of their dance numbers? Tell us in the comments below!

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