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While tall men are by no means new to the wonderful world of dance, there has never been a dancer quite like the “Big-O”, Oscar Hernandez. Standing at 6’2”, and weighing in at 280lbs, Hernandez is the largest light-footed dancer on the scene!

It isn’t just the simple fact that Hernandez can dance amazingly well that’s grabbed the nation’s attention though; it’s the style he chooses to dance in that fans can’t get enough of!

Oscar grew up in Orange County, California as an only child. His parents divorced when he was young, and his mom had to work long hours to keep food on the table. As a result, the young dancer was raised mostly by his grandmother, who had been a talented performer herself. Oscar grew up mimicking granny, and a young protégé was born!

Not everyone encouraged Oscar to develop his talents though. In his interview before the audition, the 34-year-old remembers when growing up his dad continually insisted that men his size weren’t meant to dance, they were meant for sports. In an effort to win his father’s praise, he tried his hand at football.

While he was talented on the field, his heart was still on the sidelines. After giving it his best, Oscar decided the only way he was going to be happy is if he embraced his passion full force. He traded in his helmet for a dance uniform and joined the cheer team at Apollo High school in Glendale, AZ.

It’s a good thing he did, too, as he is now the choreographer for many professional dance teams. A dream all the football fame in the world couldn’t have evolved. This man is ALL about dance, from beginning to end. He aids in auditioning, choreographing, and executing every dance for the Pistons.

He has also worked with sports dance teams such as the Nuggets, Warriors, Sonics, Blazers, Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, and Lions. In addition, played a large part in choreographing the 2009 NBA All-Star Game halftime show in Phoenix! There is nothing dance related this man can’t do! Read On to see the moves that are skyrocketing this giant’s career to the next level!

There’s no doubt that there are some talented people in this world. Talents can range anywhere from singing and dancing to gymnastics or magic. No matter the talent, it’s always fun to watch people perform. In this case? It’s a robot routine.

Yes, you read that correctly — a dancer named Karen X performs a “robot making breakfast” dance type of routine, and it completely blew people’s minds because she was so good.

Karen X is performing at the ‘The Motherflippin’ Flip-Off’ competition. Her choice of performing a robot-inspired routine might sound a little strange but it’s something that she’s been interested in for a while.

According to Karen, “the first time I saw a guy robot dancing, oddly I knew that’s what I wanted to do. I’ve been training almost 3 years now to try to become the most convincing robot I can be.”

Let us just tell you now that Karen is quite the convincing robot. She clumsily makes breakfast, as you’d imagine a robot would, and she moves perfectly with the sound effects. It’s incredible! No wonder the audience is going completely nuts!

Continue to the next page to watch Karen X’s mind-blowing robot performance. You don’t want to miss this!

They say the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree, and often times that is proven true when it comes to really talented people. Take Luke Bryan for example; he’s an amazing country singer — and it turns out, his little boy is quite the little dancer!

During one of Luke Bryan’s concerts in 2009, he was performing the song “Country Man” when his young son, named Bo, made his way onto the stage to join his daddy. He’s only 1-year-old at the time.

In the video you’re about to see on the next page, it will be no mystery as to why it has been viewed over 4.5 million times. Bo takes the stage and displays confidence like he’s been in front of this many people hundreds of times.

As his dad continues to perform the popular song, Bo dances around on the stage; he’s absolutely melting the audience’s hearts. With his little Superman shirt and his big protective earphones, he’s too much.

At the end of the song, Luke Bryan places his baseball cap on his son’s head; the audience loved this precious moment as well. All of this was all filmed, and we love it!

The hat falls from Bo’s little head and he stares out at the crowd before handing the hat back to his dad. The popularity of this performance is apparent during this sweet moment — such a great moment between father and son!

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