The remixed Napoleon Dynamite dance video that is circulating around on YouTube is just as quirky as hilarious as the original booty-shaking sequence performed by Jon Heder in the 2004 cult-film.
Performed by YouTuber user kafroflol, the dance number brings viewers back to eight years ago when ligers, glamor shots and painfully awkward interactions graced the screen and left viewers either laughing hysterically or scratching their heads in confusion.
Performing under a set of eerie blue lights, the dancer busts a move across the stage in front of a large and very eager audience.
Although the creator of the video claims that his sweet dance moves were only partially inspired by the film, his uncanny physical resemblance to Jon Heder paired with the strikingly similar gestures the performer used seem to be more akin to the movie than he admits.
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