Delta Goodrem responds to Marlon Wayans' dance dis

Aug 5, 2014 at 12:55 p.m. ET
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Marlon Wayans took a dig at Delta Goodrem for her bad "white woman" dance moves during a Jay Z and Beyoncé concert, and the singer has responded in kind.

Wayans posted a photo of himself on Instagram standing next to Goodrem at the concert with a horrified look on his face. He also added a caption to the pic that read, "Man I got the most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN dancing next to me at the jay and bay concert... this b**** dancing to AC/DC."

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However, that didn't bother the Australian star one bit and she coyly took to Twitter to reply to the actor's post.

"Had a blast last night. D x," Goodrem wrote, and added a video of an old Seinfeld episode where the character Elaine is showing off her super-awkward dance skills.

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It is not clear if Goodrem was aware that Wayans was next to her as she wildly threw her arms up in the air and did her crazy dance moves. But the Innocent Eyes crooner continued to have fun with her pal, Extra correspondent Renee Bargh, and was oblivious to anyone around her. She also posted some photos of Jay Z and Beyoncé onstage and gushed about the show.

Apparently, Goodrem has posted other videos of herself and Bargh while busting out moves at an LA dance studio and both looked quite coordinated, The Daily Mail reported. The blond beauty is actually a regular at various popular dance workout studios, where she can keep up with the beat and follow choreographed moves.

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Several of Goodrem's fans have also responded to Wayans' post and have come to the Aussie pop star's defense. "That girl can dance! Should have gone to specsavers Marlon Wayans. Do you realise this is Australia's most successful musician?" one user wrote. And another said, "that b**** you're standing next to is one of Australia's famous singers."

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