Acrobats ‘Dance’ to Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ In Rare Hoverboard Win
Hoverboards are the biggest trend in personal recreational "vehicles" since Segways and Razor scooters. They're for sale at your local mall right now. And although many at-home users haven't yet perfected the art of riding them, they've become a viral video sensation—not just with comical wipeouts, but in impressive choreography, too.
Our current favorite entry in this YouTube microgenre is set to "Sorry," Justin Bieber's apologetic banger. As TIME Magazine reports, the acrobatic routine, sponsored by NEXBOARDS, was choreographed by Raven Gantt and features "Acrobots" dancers Kailey Maurer and Kelianne Stankus, Ciera Wilson, Diana Tatevossian, and Donnakaran Tatevossian. Watch their impressive — and gravity-defying — routine below.
Of course, it's not the only time a Purpose track's come to life with the help of hoverboards. The first was from the all-male dance troupe "BotbroZ" under the direction of choreographer David Moore. Their "cover" of "What Do You Mean?" has already racked up nearly 4 million views on YouTube since it was first uploaded in October.
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