BOISE -- Internet dancing sensation Matt Harding has been dancing across the world for the last six years.
Once a successful software designer, Harding now documents his worldy dancing adventures on video and uploads them to YouTube. The videos have been so successful, he's now represented by a large creative firm.
Harding, who is now known simply as Dancing Matt, has cut a rug in places as varied as Anarctica, Machu Picchu, Egypt's Great Pyramid, and the Galapagos Islands.
Dancing Matt's latest video features his antics on the blue turf at Boise State University. The clip can be seen at approximately 2:38.
Boisean Debbie Cox worked with Dancing Matt's assistant (also her sister) to bring him to BSU.
Cox says she had to jump through a number of hoops to get the official permission, but about five or six hours before the scheduled groove, the OK from Boise State came.
The blue connects with people, Cox said, adding that Dancing Matt's backup location would have been the Idaho Statehouse.
Where did the particular dancers in the video come from? Cox says Dancing Matt has a huge following, and many travel to join him in various locations.
Cox says on the particular day Matt danced through Boise, several members of a youth group who were meeting at BSU joined him.
KTVB reached out to Dancing Matt for his take on the blue (and on life in general) but we were told he was busy 'shaking it' in Seattle.