By 1913, Tango was one of the most popular dances in Paris, New York, and Paris. Other cities quickly followed, and soon tango was danced across entire Europe and North America.
But the introduction of Tango was welcomed as distasteful and too flirty. This sentiment thankfully soon subsided, and a high class of people soon started accepting it and promoting it with the exploits of famous dancers and musicians.
With the arrival of Tango to the elegant dance floors of the best-known ballrooms all across the world, maintaining its popularity to today.