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Dancer for HK boy band Mirror may be paralyzed after giant screen crashes down on him during show

  • A dancer for the Hong Kong boy band Mirror may have been paralyzed from the neck down after a giant screen fell and crushed him during a concert on Friday.
  • The 16 by 10 foot screen was captured on video crashing onto the neck of the 27-year-old dancer.
  • The third and fourth sections of his cervical vertebrae were dislocated.
  • Another 29-year-old dancer was injured in the accident.
  • Experts are currently investigating the incident to figure out what caused the suspension wires to fail.

Fans attending a concert for the boy band Mirror were left shocked after a giant screen fell and crushed a dancer’s neck, potentially paralyzing them from the waist down.

At the Hong Kong Coliseum in Hung Hom on Friday, Mo Lee Kai-yin, 27, was hit on the head by a giant 16-by-10-foot screen that crashed onto his neck. Another dancer, Chang Tsz-fung, 29, was also injured in the incident. 

‘Chinese Master of the Square Dance’ becomes online sensation after videos reach TikTok

  • A man identified as Brother Jian from the Chinese city of Baoding in Hebei province is now known as the “Chinese Master of the Square Dance” after videos of him leading groups of square dancers in public went viral on TikTok.
  • Brother Jian, a tea business owner by day and a square dance leader by night, first started posting his videos on the video-sharing platform Kuai Shou (Kwai).
  • His fame blew up after his videos started making rounds online and outside the Great Firewall of China, with several TikTok users reuploading his clips and amassing tens of millions of total views.
  • For several years now, dancing in public squares and other outdoor areas has been a common trend among middle-aged and elderly women in China, who are often referred to online as the “Dancing Aunties” or “Dancing Grannies.”

A mysterious Chinese man has become an online sensation after videos of him leading groups of square dancers in public went viral on TikTok.

While netizens were initially curious to learn more about the man’s identity, it was later revealed that he is known as Brother Jian from the Chinese city of Baoding in Hebei province, according to his Chinese social media profile.

Filipino American is the First Breakdancer to Win ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

Bailey Muñoz, a Filipino American breakdancer, has officially become the first b-boy to ever win “So You Think You Can Dance.”

Muñoz, who is also known as Bailrock, was announced the winner on Monday during the “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 16 finale. The 19-year-old dancer will receive $250,000 in prize money and the title of “America’s Favorite Dancer,” according to AsAm News.

Fierce Male Dancer Takes on 200 Cheerleaders At Miami Heat Auditions, Wins Respect

While dancer Keyth Wylson did not meet the expectations of the Miami Heat cheerleading team this year as the only male auditionee among nearly 200 total, he might have exceeded just about everyone else’s.

According to Local News 10 Florida, Wylson is a dance teacher, choreographer and the executive director of Exclusive Vibes Contemporary Dance Theatre in Miami, Florida. Although he is not the typical cheerleader — meaning he is not female — his moves did a little more than raise some eyebrows.