"What Do You Mean" Justin Bieber Dance Routine on Hands Free Segways [WATCH]
Another day, another dance craze. This one however, takes place on a series of hands-free Segways. Noted as the fad du jour, these scooters, based on the original Segway model that had handlebars, have gained new popularity and have now become the focal point of a new video featuring Justin Bieber's tune "What Do You Mean?"
Published to YouTube sometime last week, the video has garnered over millions of view in a very short amount of time. If you can believe it, the piece resonated with Huffington Post so much that they felt inclined to report "It is without a doubt, the greatest thing humanity has ever created."
This wouldn't be the first gimmicky dance routine, of course. If you remember nearly a decade ago, we saw the band OK Go dancing on treadmills (which they profited on later by releasing a tape detailing just how they put together the routine).
As Telegraph notes, "These two-wheeled inventions, also known as 'hands-free Segways', are the fad du jour in the travel gizmo market, utilising a motor and an internal gyroscope to propel the rider in whichever direction he or she leans. Unlike the original Segway and countless other complicated hoverboard technologies, the self-balancing scooter has become quickly popular because it is reasonably affordable to the average consumer, starting at just over £200 on Amazon."
Director and choreographer David Moore has made a splash with the video and routine and has been heralded by publications abound. Kudos indeed, and the long tracking shots only add to the video's splendor.
To our delight, the video is all over the place but we have it here for you today for easy viewing. It's worth a watch and be sure to keep up on the Segway craze and rolls through the U.S. (both literally and figuratively).
Regardless, he are some Phunkee Duck owners and their inventive routine for the Bieber smash. Even if you despise Bieber's music, turn down the sound and watch the fabulous choreography.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.