EXCLUSIVE: Elle Fanning Turns Paris Bar Into a Spontaneous Dance Party in 'Leap!' Clip

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Leap!, the upcoming animated film in which Elle Fanning voices an orphan named Félicie who dreams of becoming a prima ballerina, was originally titled simply Ballerina. The new name makes a lot more sense after viewing this clip from the movie, exclusively debuting on ET.

In addition to all of the pliés and pirouettes, Félicie can do quite a jig -- which she reveals during an impromptu dance party at a Parisian bar alongside her best friend, an inventor named Victor (Paper Towns' Nat Wolff). Unfortunately, the fun is cut short when Félicie's overbearing dance instructor arrives...

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Leap! co-stars Dance Moms favorite and Sia muse Maddie Ziegler as Camille, a rival dancer at France's Opera Ballet School, and Kate McKinnon voices Camille's ruthless stage mom, Régine Le Haut. Meanwhile, Carly Rae Jepsen plays Félicie's mysterious mentor, Odette, a janitor who moonlights as a ballet teacher.

Watch the movie's trailer below:

ET's Sophie Schillaci was recently on the set of Jepsen's "Cut to the Feeling" music video -- a now-bona fide hit that hails from the Leap! soundtrack -- where the pop star said of voicing Odette, "It was really fun...It was very much like a video game, because all of the characters' lips were already flapping in motion. It took me probably about an hour or two to get the flow of it."

Leap! arrives in theaters on Aug. 25.