Dancing Canucks Kid won a game-worn jersey because of his killer moves (video)
On Wednesday, we regaled you with the amusing story of a young Vancouver Canucks fan who delighted anyone who watched the video courtesy of some pretty fly dance moves he demonstrated to LMFAO’s “I’m Sexy and I Know It” at a recent Canucks game.
But there was, thankfully, much more to the story. The video that was circulating the webs and was uploaded on this here site cut off at about the 1:00 mark. What we didn’t see was the fact that the kid won the Canucks dance challenge and for doing so, was rewarded with a game-worn jersey, as evidenced in the above long-form version of his performance.
The young man, who we now have learned is a six-year-old named Jack Millos, is developing into something of a celebrity up Canada way, as he was recently profiled by local news station WMTW:
He bobbed, waved both hands in the air and bounced around in tune with the music. He even lip-synched the last lines of the song and continued shaking his body.
His performance eventually became a dance craze that secured him tickets to personally meet Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis.
In an interview later after the game, Jack said he would return to the arena to show off more of his dance moves.
And that he did. Watch in bemused embarrassment as little Jack Millos attempts to teach a Canucks.com writer Derek Jory the tricks of the trade and how to break it down like an old pro:
Ugh. That was awkward. This writer fellow has no rhythm whatsoever and is sorely lacking in the groove department. I guess it’s true what Deee-Lite once sang: Groove is in the heart.
[H/T Off the Bench]