Boys' epic dance is taking the internet by storm with their hilarious moves
Two young boys have become a viral sensation for their epic dance battle on Monday night at the Philadelphia 76ers game. The pair even got an interview the following day on “Action News on 6abc.”
Their memorable video has since gained more than 2 million times online.
At the Philadelphia 76ers game during the fourth quarter, fans were treated to the most amazing moves by two young boys in the stands. Dominic Prybella, 10, battled Anthony Stuard, 9, to a dance-off from across the arena.
The NBA loved the dance-off so much that they tweeted it making the little boy’s internet sensations. The boys have actually battled many times before from their seats.
The #Sixers Dance Kids met face-to-face at Action News. Dominic, who broke his arm playing basketball, had Anthony sign his cast. @Jim_Gardner also signed it. https://t.co/hjdi30gWr6 pic.twitter.com/7rFKGzblwV— Action News on 6abc (@6abc) January 23, 2019
However, on Tuesday they had the pleasure of meeting face-to-face on “Action News.” The pair related how their newfound fame has been treating them.
"At my school, my friend saw it on the news. He said, 'There's this kid that was on the 76ers game and he looks just like you. I can't believe he took his shirt off.' I was like, 'That's exactly me.'"
Tonight I interviewed (& danced alongside) the two boys involved in the epic dance battle at last night’s @sixers game... so fun! AND - they’ll be joining @MikeFOX29 & @AlexHolleyFOX29 on @FOX29philly #goodday tomorrow - tune in! pic.twitter.com/q6OKo3JSUr— jennifer joyce (@JenniJoyceTV) January 23, 2019
The boy’s mother, Toni Stuard recalled the battle saying:
"All of a sudden Dominic took his shirt off, which he's done before so I was OK with that. I wasn't surprised. They kept dancing. Then all of a sudden, Anthony starts pulling his arms out and I didn't know what to do! I wanted to cover him up!"
Action News reporter Trish Hartman was treated to a special viewing of the two boy’s dance moves. They showed her The Floss and the Orange Justice.
Prybella revealed that it was all "Just having fun, just messing around, just being crazy.” His father, Stan Prybella added: "It's all about the kids. It's all family-oriented. It's really a good time."
The 10-year-old, who broke his arm playing basketball, had Stuard and “Action News” anchor Jim Gardner sign his cast.
Another dancing sensation is Solomon, 5. His video became viral after his mother, Leni Lutui, posted the clip of him celebrating the end of his cancer treatment with Michael Jackson dance moves.
On December 30, the Seattle, Washington little boy had his last cancer treatment and honored the special moment by dancing to “Billie Jean.” The cute boy even wore a silver glove for his performance.