The Herald briefly tells the background story behind our world famous crew.
It might be that they wear bright green and pink socks, or that their hair features splashes of blue, red, purple and orange.
Or it might be that the average age of the 23-strong troupe is 80.
As was recently confirmed in the Guinness Book of Records, Ms Jordan's Waiheke Island-based "Hip Op-eration Crew" is the world's oldest hip hop crew.
Now globally famous, the crew was formed out of a flash mob of seniors that Ms Jordan organised on a whim in 2012.
The year before, she'd shifted from quake-ravaged Christchurch back home to Auckland suffering post-traumatic stress disorder and constantly expecting death.
It was when she noticed the same attitude among the elderly on the island that she decided that life should be for living - and dancing.
"So I got in my van and just drove around and approached anybody who looked 65 or over, and asked them if they wanted to join a flash mob."
Her bold bid succeeded when 18 senior citizens, aged from 65 to 94, answered the call.
"After that, I thought, I'll set them a really ambitious goal - to become a hip hop dance crew."Eight months later, the grey-haired group received a standing ovation at the World Hip-Hop Championship Finals in Las Vegas, and made the front page of the Wall Street Journal.
The crew, boasting stage names such as Quicksilver and Shake It Up Sheila, have also been favourites at the New Zealand National Hip Hop Championships, and in October, will perform before a huge audience at a stadium in Taiwan.
"It shows that if you can get outside your comfort zone, you can still achieve some bizarre and amazing things in your life," Ms Jordan said.
"We just want to encourage people that life is for living, and it's not over until you've stopped breathing."