Blonde party-goer bends for a spectacular twerk at the FOMO festival – but it is another dancer who has taken the internet by storm.
- Blonde Reveler showed her impressive twerking skills at FOMO festival in SA
- But the man who broke Michael Jackson-inspired dance moves stole the show
- The American rap star Nicki Minaj was the main act of the sold-out show in Adelaide
Sophie Tanno for Daily Mail Australia
A blonde festivalgoer with a slender physique showed her impressive twerks at a popular Sunday festival, but it was the man behind her who drew the attention of the internet.
Thousands of luminous party-goers presented their stuff in Adelaide's FOMO, an electronic hip-hop festival touring through different cities in Australia and New Zealand.
But a dancer in particular stood out from the crowd of young adults.
A blonde festival goer with a slender physique showed her impressive twerking skills at a popular festival – but it was another dancer who drew the attention of the internet
Thousands of glittering party goers made the most of their weekend at the FOMO festival in Adelaide – where the dancing of one man attracted a lot of attention
Although they are a few years older than the other festival-goers, who seem to be in their twenties, the mysterious man made sure that all eyes were on him with some stylish dancefloor movements.
He wore a pink polo shirt and white trousers and completed his look with white crocs.
His dance moves from the 80s resembled those of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
At one point he even shows off his almost perfect moonwalk, to the delight of spectators.
Although they are a few years older than the other festival-goers, who seem to be in their twenties, the mysterious man made sure that all eyes were on him with a number of stylish movements on the dance floor.
His dance moves from the 80s resembled those of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson
At one point he even shows off his almost perfect moonwalk, to the delight of spectators
The festival took place in Adelaide's Elder Park on the banks of the River Torrens and attracted 10,000 music lovers.
Popular artists who performed are the American rap star Nicki Minaj, producer of electronic music Mura Masa and hiphop duo Rae Sremmurd.
The festival will conclude this weekend with shows in Sydney and Melbourne.