Gyrate, twirl, flop, sway or wiggle (in) whatever way feels right.

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JungKim

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A New York Times article titled "How to Dance Alone" has these sentences:
Dance without anyone else in the room watching — but do film yourself. You don’t need to share it on social media, as Grace does; a private viewing, though, enables you to witness your body moving to music. Gyrate, twirl, flop, sway or wiggle in whatever way feels right.
In the last sentence, can you omit in or add it at the end?
(1) Gyrate, twirl, flop, sway or wiggle in whatever way feels right. [original]
(2) Gyrate, twirl, flop, sway or wiggle whatever way feels right.
(3) Gyrate, twirl, flop, sway or wiggle whatever way feels right in.

I don't think (3) is possible but I'm not sure if (2) is possible.
 
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