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Motivational Dancing Sensation Is Shaking Up The Internet

Donté Colley’s inspirational dance videos have gone viral and global…

Donté Colley is a 21-year-old Toronto native who’s on a mission to spread good vibes through dance.

The self-taught dancing sensation has become a social media superstar and his motivational dancing videos – each promoting a positive message and making excellent use of emojis – have gone viral (and global) and are blowing up on Instagram, where he has more than half a million followers.

When asked about the inspiration behind his distinctive dance videos in an interview with CTV’s The Social, Colley said: “I think the most important thing to remember is the internet is a great way to spread messages, and I think it’s important to spread some positive messages, which is what I kind of wanted to bring to the table.”

Colley’s mission to spread his unique brand of positivity has garnered him appearances on Good Morning America and Busy Tonight, and he counts Leslie Jones, Tracee Ellis Ross and Jennifer Garner among his celebrity fans. Check out some of his uplifting videos below:

Now… Get moving with Colley and watch his recent appearance on The Social:


JUMOL ROYES is a Toronto-based writer, content creator and communications strategist with a keen interest in personal development and transformation. Follow him on Twitter @Jumol.
 

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