Foxtrot is the simplest form of ballroom dances that teaches the novices to maneuver with ease and elegance. Its pace is comfortable and easy with a slow, slow, quick, quick beats. This easy-going dance form gives the dancer space to have a pleasant conversation while dancing. This standard social dance form was introduced by American entertainer and comedian Harry Fox in the 1920s. It quickly became the most famous ballroom dance form as it was captivating as well as cheerful. This classic dance style is a craze among wedding couples as their first dance together.