NEW YORK (CNN) - The Prancercise lady is back in the saddle, and this time a major recording star is the one trotting out the exercise workout inspired by horses.
Pop meets Prancercise when a big star like John Mayer turns Joanna Rohrback into the leading lady on his new single.
It's natural to wonder: "Hold your horses. How'd that happen?"
Joanna says her understanding is that Mayer saw her original Prancercise video with the volume down while he was working on his song.
"He saw that my movement synchronized with the song very well," said Joanna.
Next thing you know, Mayer's crew was shooting her Prancercising to "Paper Doll."
It's been a surreal ride for Joanna, seeing herself spoofed by a horse, a family and a lady walking her dog.
"It's been very chaotic, to be honest with you," said Joanna. "I just can't seem to get a handle on everything."
Joanna calls the reaction to her rhythmic exercise routine inspired by horses overwhelming but thrilling. Prancercise has even spawned "Twittercise."
Though tweets get pretty jumbled when you shift to a gallop.
"Nobody's really doing it, you know," said Joanna. "They're imitating what they think is Prancercise. They aren't doing actual movements."
Let's face it: We all look as graceless as donkeys compared to the princess of Prancercising.
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