Muse just held a concert at Emirates Stadium in London over the weekend, with Bastille and Dizzee Rascal opening. As usual, most people enjoyed the opening acts, but were saving their energy for the main event.
But not one old man. YouTuber Antronoid was right behind the elderly man busting outrageous dance moves to Dizzee Rascal. Out of nowhere, a younger guy challenged the man to a dance off. He didn’t know what he was getting himself into and quickly learned his lesson.
Nearly a year later, Will has been invited back onto the BBC‘s TGNS, this time bringing his son Jaden along who is quickly becoming a star in his own right.
As anticipated, Graham asked the father and son duo to perform a little rap, and they happily obliged. For the nostalgic cherry on top, Alfonso Ribeiro surprised the studio at the end to perform some Carlton style dancing.
Last summer, the web went crazy after Weepingprophet created a hilarious video of himself having a conversation with his younger self made possible from old VHS videos he created as a kid. That video quickly exploded online, and now stands with over 10 million views.
Now, Tyler Marcum has made a name for himself online in a similar fashion of mixing the present with video from the past.
When he was 20 and in college, he had a boring afternoon with time to kill, so he performed an interpretive dance in his underwear to the Dixie Chicks’ hit single Landslide.
He just turned 30, so as a life stepping stone, he’s decided to revisit his past and recreate his ridiculous dance video from college. He put the two videos side by side, and now the video is going viral.