Xscape's Kandi Burruss Isn't Here For The Group's Sexy Choreography In This Hilarious Clip

When you’re in a girl group, dancing is a part of the deal. Unless you’re Kandi Burruss.

Ahead of their highly-anticipated reunion tour, Xscape met up with choreographer Andrea Lee Kelly to brush up on some moves and let the the people know they haven’t lost it in their years out of the spotlight. A large part of their show is coordinated dancing, so it only made sense to have their sexy stage moves down —but Kandi was not here for it.

The Xscape member and ESSENCE cover girl confesses in a recently released clip of the group’s upcoming reality show — Xcsape: Still Kickin’ It — that she’s not the best dancer and is not too confident in her moves.

“You got to come out like, ‘Girl. I was doing this when you were an egg and a sperm,'” Kelly said during the practice session.

“One thing I am nervous about… all of the girls can dance really well,” Kandi admits. “I’m the only one who’s not that great of a dancer.”

While Tameka Cottle, LaTocha Scott and Tamika Scott eagerly participate in the dance session, Kandi is hilariously standing to the side looking miserable.

“I don’t dip it. I don’t swing it,” she said in the confessional. 

Spoiler alert: We saw her at ESSENCE Fest, she pulls off the dance moves. Check out the hilarious clip above.

Xscape: Still Kickin’ It airs on Nov 5 at 9pm ET/PT on Bravo.

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Hi, everyone, welcome to this special edition of Facebook Live. We are here with Xscape, I always have to say Xscape, like pronunciate. [LAUGH] [INAUDIBLE] your mouth a little bit, you're like Xscape, I always do that. But the ladies are here with us to talk about everything. They've reunited, it's gonna be amazing. You're kicking off your tour in Richmond, Virginia November 22nd, correct? Right You on it, girl. Get them tickets, you guys. I'm on it because I will be snatching up my tickets. Me and my mom have it planned, it's gonna be like girls trip. [CROSSTALK] Really? Yes. So we have one question from Dacia, who wants to know, did it come naturally to relearn each other's chemistry, or did you have to kind of just- [LAUGH] Get back into the groove? [CROSSTALK] Dr. Evil. I would say the music The musical chemistry came like that. Yeah. Well that's always automatic. We're still working on the other chemistry. [LAUGH] Day by day. It's a work in progress. Yes, it is. Well, it's been what? LIke 18 years? Yeah, it's been a minute. Yeah, you gotta get back into the groove. True that. All right Facebook, this is Escape. And this is a very special Facebook Live. [MUSIC]