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Riots broke out in Baltimore on Monday following the funeral of Freddie Gray, with people looting shops, fighting each other and setting fires across the city in what CNN is describing as a “war zone.”

But not everyone is causing trouble.

Amid all the chaos, a Michael Jackson impersonator named Dimitri Reeves has been spotted dancing in the streets as part of a peaceful protest.

There are a number of different videos being passed around on social media of the guy blasting music and showing off his moves on top of a truck.

NBC reporter Shomari Stone posted the “Beat It” clip above on Twitter, and you can check out more of him below.

He’s also been retweeting shout outs from people thanking him for using his music to encourage peace and bring some joy to an otherwise dismal day.

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Waiting a long time for a plane to take off can suck, but it’s a lot more bearable if you have a flight attendant that can move like this woman.

According to the uploader, she is a breakdancer-turned-flight attendant, and she recently gave these passengers a bit of a show while waiting for everyone to board.

Watch her dance to Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” and win over everyone on the plane.

Via: Krewski
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He woke up like this.

You may remember Jimmy Pope, aka the guy who was “caught” on camera dancing in his underwear with a Swiffer the day after a Halloween party.

Well he’s back and strutting his stuff in his underwear yet again.

This time he’s on a balcony overlooking a huge crowd and a DJ who’s blasting dance music.

Pope calls it his “morning ritual” and one of his “most embarrassing” videos to date.

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Get ready for the “Harlan Shake,” the latest dance craze that’s about to sweep the nation in 2015.

At his uncle’s wedding, this little boy decided to literally get down and show off some of his moves while simultaneously cleaning the floor.

The uploader confirms that there is nothing wrong with him, he is just awesome.

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This couldn't have happened at a worse time.

YouTube prankster Alexander BOK decided to film a little video in NYC on Christmas Eve in New York as part of Ellen's #DanceDares challenge.

The idea is to record yourself dancing behind strangers without them knowing and possibly have your clip appear on the show.

So he tried this out in Grand Central Station where, for the most part, people were amused and there weren't any no major incidents.

But when he decided to start dancing behind some cops outside, things got a bit more serious.

"What's wrong with you bro?" one of the cops asks in the video, as four officers approach the prankster.

Alexander BOK explains the purpose video to them, and they proceed to call him an "fucking a**hole" and eventually pushing him away, knocking him to down on the ground.

The NYPD is investigating the incident, according to TMZ.

Via: RM Videos
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What IS this magical place where high-waisted cargo pant wearing chaps bump and grind to Salt-N-Pepa all night with their female companions?

The Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack in West Virginia, that's where.

The clip, originally uploaded to Facebook where it's racked up over a million views so far, has only one caption that just leaves us wanting more.

This is the way it's done in WV and these wasn't his best moves

Fortunately for us, a few days later, there was more.

Via: Krewski
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This almost seems too good to be true.


Hot on the heels of "Alex from Target," this clip of a guy dancing while swiffering in his underwear is now literally everywhere.

Jimmy Pope, the nearly-naked star of the video, was cleaning up after a Halloween party, and strutting his stuff to Sheena Easton's "Morning Train" when his roommate caught him on camera.

The video has picked up more than 4 million views since it was posted last week, and it was featured all over the morning talk shows Monday including The Today Show, Good Morning America, and The View.

Twitter, doing what Twitter does best, helped spread the video with the hashtag #willworkforpants.

The uploader, Justin Chen, posted about all the exposure on his Facebook page:

"This isn't real life. It's some kind of weird joke and it's weirding me out.

No word yet on whether Breakr is also claiming responsibility for this video's success.

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