Marquese Scott's New Commercial Is Fantastic

Animation sensation Marquese "Nonstop" Scott is at it again. (You might remember the mesmerizing video of Scott dancing to a remix of John Legend's "All of Me," or this video, which went viral in 2011.) This time, he's bringing his reality-bending style to Coca-Cola in a new commercial that's all about dance. Scott works it alongside some of his fellow Dragon House Crew members, all performing his stellar choreography. There's also an awesome all-girls section—they kill it!

Pepsi has long been known for its dance-inspired commercials (like Beyoncé's alter-ego dance-off), but it'll have to majorly step up its game if it wants to compete with this one.

Want to see more of Scott? Enter here to win a free copy of Enemy Within, a new dance film he stars in alongside ballerina Tiler Peck, modern-dance master Matthew Rushing and contemporary ballet dancer Samantha Figgins.

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