Meet Jack Millos, the six-and-a-half-year-old who loves to dance at Vancouver Canucks ice hockey games.
He was so good on Tuesday, every time the camera had a spare moment during the Dallas Stars match, it was on Master Millos here, boogieing away to the likes of LMFAO on the stadium's loudspeakers.
And judging by write-ups of the game, little Jack's moves were the highlight of an otherwise quite dull game at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, with the Stars eventually winning 5-2 and Jack winning, um, generally.
Then, after the game was over, his favourite hockey hero Dan Hamhuis met up with him and signed a free shirt, the lucky blighter. What's more, he was even interviewed about his amazing moves by a journalist a little while later, which you can check out below:
And if that's not enough dancing for you, Jack's even got a YouTube channel with some other amazing examples of how to cut a rug, which you can check out here. As for whether he's the best jumbotron dancer ever, that's up to you to decide...