Footloose is a 1998 musical based on the 1984 film of the same name.
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The song spent three weeks at number one, March 31—April 14, 1984 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and was the first of two number-one hits from the film. When the American Film Institute released its AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs, "Footloose" reached the 96th position.
The song was covered by country music artist Blake Shelton for the 2011 remake of the 1984 film.
Ren and his classmates want to do away with the no-dancing law and have a senior prom.
He drives Ariel, Willard, and Ariel's best friend, Rusty, to a country bar about 100 miles away from Bomont to experience the joy and freedom of dancing, but once there, Willard is unable to dance and gets into a jealous fight with a man who dances with Rusty. Ren goes before the city council and reads several Bible verses to cite scriptural support for the worth of dancing to rejoice, exercise, or celebrate.
While they embrace, Moore shows up and catches Chuck with his hands around his daughter, much to his displeasure.
The next day, Ren shows up for school and Willard Hewitt, a slow-witted cowboy with a bad attitude and a strong loyalty to his mother, decides to beat him up but Ren goes along with it and doesn't mind. Ren tells Willard about the dancing he used to do in Chicago ("I Can't Stand Still").
After trading insults with Chuck, Ren is challenged to a game of chicken involving tractors.
Ren wins when his shoelace becomes stuck and prevents him from jumping from the tractor. Moore distrusts Ren, and he grounds Ariel, forbidding her to see him.
Reverend Moore distrusts Ren and forbids Ariel from ever seeing him again.