The Foxtrot is one of the most deceiving dances as it looks very easy, but is one of the most difficult dances to do. The dance originated in the Victorian era as the “One Step” or “Two Step”. It was alter introduced as the “Castle Walk” by the American performers, Vernon and Irene Castle. Then, in 1913 Vaudeville performer by the name of Harry Fox performed a little trot, which appealed to the social dance teachers in New York and thus the Foxtrot was born. It has gone through many changes since that time and is now comprised of more soft and fluid movements.