66.54 F
New York
June 10, 2023
Sports

“Security guard” steals the show with his dance moves during an American football game. Watch the video

He was a “security guard” who stole the show as college students in Tennessee, USA performed enthusiastically at a football game. At first standing sternly in front of the dancers, the “guard” left the audience screaming in surprise as he burst into Dance.

The clip shared by Now This News shows the students playing in the background while the man in a blue shirt stands in front, watching everyone. One of the dancers bumps into him and another man faces him. The “security guard” turns around and surprisingly shakes a leg. As the audience applauds loudly, the man dances with the students in unison. Towards the end, he holds his arms wide open, receiving a round of applause.

Internet users were amused by the surprise performance. One user commented: “This is so incredibly fun!!” Another user wrote: “The best thing I have ever attended. A third user commented, “Love it.”

The Tennessee Volunteers dance wanted to put a different spin on their performance during the Tennessee Volunteers game against the Kentucky Wildcats at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. The man in the blue shirt wasn’t actually a security guard, but an aspiring actor and dancer, Fox5 reported.

The man identified as Michael Galyean shared the clip on Instagram and explained that the students approached him to do a “little bit” during the game. “At halftime, I put on an Axis Security shirt. I ‘worked’ all third term as secondary security, patrolling the area in front of the student section and in front of the dance team,” he wrote on Instagram.

“Now the Axis personnel are known to be a bit oblivious to what’s going on behind them, as they’re more worried about the crowd in front of them. That’s where I walked in. They danced, I ruined, we argued, I won,” he added.

The performance meant a lot to Gaylean. He mentioned on Instagram that he applied to Tennessee and Kentucky for their incentive programs. “I was able to stand in the cheer locker room with @tennessee_cheer, the Kentucky cheer team gave me a high five, and it all went well. To say it was a dream come true is an understatement,” he added.


Subscribe us on Google News



Read More

Related posts

Ligue 1: Nice 0-0 draw in Montpellier, Nantes lose 1-0 in Troyes

usatodayjournal

Norway forecasts high gas production until 2030, says energy minister

usatodayjournal

Norris scores in OT as Senators rally to beat Kraken after losing big lead in 3rd period

usatodayjournal

Leave a Comment