13 Things We Learned About DNCE From Their iHeartRadio #TwitterTuesday Takeover

DNCE took over the iHeartRadio Twitter account for our #TwitterTuesday Takeover, where they answered questions from their fans from all over the world.

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The band just released their brand new debut, self-titled album on November 18th via Republic Records. The album features singles like "Cake By The Ocean," "Toothbrush," and their latest song "Body Moves." The band is also set to perform at select stops on our 2016 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour!

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During their iHeartRadio Twitter Tuesday Takeover, we learned a lot about DNCE, including what music they're currently into, a little about their new album, what their official fandom name is, and more.

Here are 13 things we learned from DNCE's iHeartRadio #TwitterTuesday Takeover:

1. They have perfected the group selfie (groufie? groupie?).

 

2. Their fandom officially has a name. #TeamDNCE

 
 

3. Apparently, their new album almost had a different name.

 
 

4. This is the proper sequence of emojis to describe their self-titled debut:

 
 

5. JinJoo is described by her bandmates as a loud, cute hamster.

 
 

6. They are loving life.

 
 

7. They once played during the closing ceremony of a biathlon in Norway.

 
 

8. When they're on tour, they have a specific itinerary they follow.

 
 

9. Cole and Lady Gaga go way back.

 
 

10. They are currently into The Weeknd's new music.

 
 

11. Here are the songs off their new album that describe each band member. 

 
 

12. If they could have wrote any song by another artist, it would be this one:

 
 

13. The inspiration behind their song "Zoom" comes from The Beatles.

 
 

Make sure to follow iHeartRadio on Twitter and come back next Tuesday for the next #TwitterTuesday Takeover!

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