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Arsenal WAG Claudia Redheaded aka ‘Twerk Queen’ drops new routine

Arsenal WAG Claudia Redheaded aka 'Twerk Queen' drops new routine

Claudia Redheaded aka ‘Twerk Queen,' dropped an exclusive new workout routine on Instagram.

Fans lucky enough to see the short Instagram story would've witnessed the flamboyant dancer wearing a revealing ensemble for her latest performance.

The dazzling blonde donned a sleek black workout outfit featuring bikini bottoms and a coordinating top as the lively ambiance of her fellow dancers surrounded her.

Claudia Kowalczyk is the girlfriend of Arsenal's newly signed center-back Jakub Kiwior. Last night, the Polish international played all 73 minutes for Poland in their Euro qualifier against Albania.

The 23-year-old has featured only twice for the Gunners.

Arsenal star's WAG is a true ‘Twerk Queen'

The Polish beauty earned the “Twerk Queen” epithet as the face of her own YouTube channel of nearly 2,000 subscribers. Her instructional “Twerkshop” teaches her students how to shake it and has amassed over 165,000 views to date.

She also won the 2017 Queen of Germany Twerk Competition and reached the 2018 European Twerk Championship semi-finals. Additionally, she serves as the host for the Poland Twerk Champions event.

“I want to go back to my beginnings, to these climates. I love to share my passion with people but don't forget, it's all my own path. Gave it all my heart,” said the dancer.

“I chose a tune from years ago, because if it weren't for Dancehall vibes, I don't know if dancing would seduce me like this.

“Freestyle to this piece was a pleasure, maybe it's not the cleanest but when you're carried by a note you don't pay so much attention to the details.

“You know, I like diversity, I was always taught that a dancer is supposed to be versatile.”

Photo: Instagram/claudia.redheaded_babe

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