The actor said, “At first they wanted loud people, but I think there is no, there is no way Wednesday will be quiet to dance and take a group of people.” “The director, Tim Burton, and I talked about it a little bit, and he was like, ‘Yeah, let’s not do the trick. Let’s do it.’”
The 20-year-old continued, “A week before the concert, he chose the song  ‘Goo Goo Muck’ by The Cramps. And The Cramps are one of my favorite bands, so I’m really excited, I’m excited. ”
Ortega told Jimmy Fallon that he wanted to record the song himself. “[Burton] was like, ‘I know you got it, you worked on it. I don’t care. I trust you.’ And I was like, ‘Oh, yeah, you know, that’s really cool.’”
There is only one small problem. “I have no words for this at all,” said the actor, adding, “Oh my God. I killed myself. I feel stupid. I’m not a dancer. Neither do I. I have no experience in this area. I didn’t sleep for two nights.
Ortega said that to prepare for the dance, he watched videos of ’70s rock band Siouxsie and the Banshees and rock singers Lene Lovich and Nina Hagen, “images of goth kids dancing in clubs around the ’80s ” and the French actor Denis Lavant in 1999. The film Beau Travail. With her dance, the actress also paid tribute to Lisa Loring, who at the age of 6 began her screen career as Wednesday Addams in the 1960s series The Addams Family. “I kind of like what he’s doing,” Ortega said. “But, of course, they cut the camera when I did, or there, I know that.”