Everton manager Roberto Martínez is young and hip. It’s no surprise, then, to see him turn up at a Jason Derulo concert in Manchester last night and, well, turn up. Maybe also not that surprising: Martínez’s dance moves aren’t exactly the sharpest:
It’s recruiting season, which means it’s the one time of year when we get to relish self-serious millionaire coaches embarrassing themselves in order to scoop up the next crop of talented freshman. Take it away, Nick Saban!
I don’t know what’s more endearing: the way Didier Drogba coaxes these Montreal Impact academy kids into an impromptu dance circle, or the way the kids take to it with such gusto. Drogba may well have found his second calling.
The NBA and its players are in Shanghai for Fan Appreciation Day, and there’s no better display of fan appreciation than Hornets rookie Frank Kaminsky doing a dance—that isn’t the Dougie—to “Teach Me How To Dougie” on the court.
Clemson had a close call last night, escaping with a 20-17 victory over unranked Louisville. A win on national TV naturally calls for some locker-room dancing, and head coach Dabo Swinney was happy to get in on the action.
Here’s Kenyan steeplechaser Ezekiel Kemboi after winning that 3,000-meter barrier-and-pond race at the Track and Field World Championships in Beijing. This was his seventh gold or silver World Championship performance. He’s got two Olympic golds at home in the drawer, stacks of others too, and, wonder on top of…
Keith Wilson didn’t make the Miami Heat’s final squad, but he did leave everything out on the court in his audition soundtracked by Beyoncé. The 28-year-old dance teacher has attended tryouts since 2012, and though he hasn’t made the cut yet, he’s happy that the Heat give him the opportunity. Now, watch Keith dance…
Divorced 52-year-old Jerry Rice was partying at a Nevada club this past weekend after a celebrity golf tournament when he decided that his shirt was too restrictive for his dance moves. Feel the air conditioning on your chest, Jerry. Let Future’s voice move you without worrying about your button-down.
The Patriots held their Super Bowl ring ceremony Sunday, which isn’t really the interesting part. After the presentation ended, Tom Brady and company danced the night away. Wiz Khalifa was also there, for some reason.
Meet Dylan Byrd. This Irish teenager made his first trip to London just to compete tonight on Britain’s Got Talent, and he certainly stole the show. Here’s his full performance, which earned the required three “yes” votes to move on to the next round.
The Knicks are bullshit and should be ignored at all costs, but we can make an exception for power forward Jason Smith, who in this video busts out a series of dance moves at an energy level of a Pixie Stick-addled kid who just watched Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.
Okay, let's get one thing out of the way here: Travis Kelce got jobbed by whoever was responsible for picking his song. You can't ask a showman like Kelce to participate in a dance contest and then hit him with "It's Not Unusual." Having said all that, even if the DJ had dropped "Booty Work" or "Drop That Kitty,"…
Real Madrid’s crushing defeat at the hands of rivals Atlético almost put a damper on that night’s previously scheduled party in celebration of Cristiano Ronaldo turning 30. Almost. Instead of feeling too down, Cristiano decided to sing and boogie the night away. Here’s a GIF of his best move from the video above:
Late in last night's game between the Grizzlies and Warriors, Grizzlies point guard Mike Conley dropped in a layup that put his team up 95-88 with three minutes to play. Warriors forward Andre Iguodala thought Conley took one too many steps on the drive, and he used the language of dance to express his displeasure:
Steven Hauschka isn't really "dancing"; he's basically moving around so Marshawn Lynch doesn't inadvertently horse-collar him. If Beast Mode wants to dance, you dance.
After the Dodgers won the NL West last night, one of Juan Uribe's four kids put on a show in the clubhouse. Lil' Uribe danced his lil' heart out.
Washington players, presumably in a good mood after yesterday's 41-10 win over the Jaguars, walked into the background of two of ESPN Skins reporter John Keim's spots, dancing and having a grand time.
Fans who tuned into tonight's Big Apple Derby between the Giants and Jets might have expected to see some salsa dancing from G-Men receiver Victor Cruz. That didn't happen, but the Jets' scrub QB Matt Simms filled in the gap with some terrific white dude moves after a late-game touchdown heave to Greg Salas.
I'm not going to apologize for the autoplay video, because come on, you were going to break the sound barrier reaching to click play. I will apologize that it doesn't automatically loop, forever. Sorry about that. Just hit the button and Peyton Manning (and Wes Welker) will dance for you again, forever.
Mariners pitching coach Rick Waits joined pitcher Tom Wilhelmsen in a dancing session during Wednesday's batting practice, and we all learned that Rick Waits, much like your dad after a few Heinekens at a family barbecue, refuses to turn down.