YouTube is awash in videos of people dancing alone in their rooms. Most of these soliloquies make us feel...kind of sad. Why are you dancing alone, lonely dancer? Go outside! Take a dance class! Find some friends who'll break it down with you!

But this room-dancing video by Chris Koo is the exception that proves the rule. It's a cover of Beyoncé's "Crazy In Love," in honor of the Dangerously In Love album's 10th anniversary. Not only is Chris' dancing fantabulous, it's also totally joyful. Dude: Get yourself an agent, STAT. (And maybe a Pantene commercial, too? That hair.)


Ugh, I wish Beyoncé would stop making dance videos, SAID NO ONE EVER.

Queen Bey just released her latest dance-y effort, and surprise! It's amazing.

Apparently it's a Pepsi commercial. But you don't care about that. What you care about is that it involves Beyoncé having dance-offs with her alter-egos from old dance videos. We get "Bootylicious" Bey, "Crazy in Love" Bey, and, of course, "Single Ladies" Bey, all breakin' it down with current-day Bey.

The take-away message? "Embrace your past, but live for now." Oh, Beyoncé. So wise!


(And Beyoncé fans—so, all of you—let's just say you'll really enjoy our May/June issue. Stay tuned!)


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