Couple dancing on subway platform reminds us we can't dance
The subway stations across the world are where you will find some of the most interesting people and incredible artists.
One subway platform you have a group of twenty-something's using recycled instruments playing "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion. The next you have an amazing duo playing Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" using just drumsticks and and the bottom of a five-gallon jug. It's truly never a dull moment.
Phillip Chbeeb and Renee Kester are perfect examples of truly letting the art speak for itself. In a recently uploaded video on YouTube, the two dancers let their bodies do the talking to Elliot Moss' "Slip." Watch the video below to be mesmerized by their dancing magic!
A few thoughts while watching this video:
1.) GET AWAY FROM THE EDGE OF THE PLATFORM
Haven't they listened to the subway conductor about stepping back away from the platform! We do not need a Frank Underwood incident. Although, looks like there are no trains running at this station, so I guess they're fine.
2.) WHERE DID THEY FIND AN EMPTY SUBWAY PLATFORM
The video description does not give much context as to where this magical dance takes place, but as we all know, a subway station THIS empty and THIS clean cannot be New York City. And if it is, someone please let us know where this mystical station is.
3.) THEY MUST WORK OUT
Imagine the workout that is involved to prep for this dance. Both are using muscles that I didn't even know existed. Props guys, props.
4.) GET OFF THE FLOOR
This is pretty self explanatory. That floor cannot be clean.
Nonetheless, the dancing is extremely impressive. If this doesn't motivate you to get up and dance, we're not sure what will.
Subways aren't just for normal people traveling to work, or artists displaying their talents, it's for celebs as well! Click through the gallery below to see what celebs ditched the car service for the MTA.
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