Keyth Wylson auditioned for the second time to join the Miami Heat dance team and he killed it, nay, SLAYED IT. Wylson was the lone male in a sea of 200 participants — WERRRRRQUE!
Wylson — the Director of Exclusive Vibes Contemporary Dance Theatre in Miami, Florida — originally auditioned for the team in 2012 and came back again to flaunt his moves. He did a freestyle to Beyonce’s “Run the World (Girls)” ending with a split and, honestly, stole all of the attention from the dancers around him.
Wylson advanced to the four-day bootcamp but was ultimately not chosen to make the finals. There are no rules that men cannot audition for the team but the Heat dancers have never had a male dancer.
“Dance and that’s it. It has no gender, no sexuality. It’s just dance, and it’s art,” Wylson told 10 News, “Never let anyone tell you you can’t do something because of this or that, never let anyone tell you you’re not good enough, or you’re not small enough or you’re not fit enough; it should always be, ‘go for it.”
Watch Wylson’s amazing audition:
(featured image via MJ Acosta-TV)