From the disco dancing to Thriller to Souja Boy's Superman, Chris Burkholder covered several decades worth of popular dance moves Friday night in about 7 minutes.
The Monrovia High School senior won the school's "Mr. Monrovia" talent show Friday night, busting moves in an "evolution of dance" performance that impressed the 350-person crowd at Louise K. Taylor Auditorium.
Along with the "Mr. Monrovia" title, Burkholder took home $100 and a prom ticket for beating out eight other competitors. The competition was put on by the school's Renaissance program.
"It was a night filled with laughter and and a great time was had by both the contestants and the crowd," said Paul Dols, the school's Renaissance Coordinator.
Burkholder competed along with the following students:
- James Tubbs
- Benjamin Cragoe
- Javier Colin
- Ivan Munoz
- Sean Watase
- Enrique Ramirez
- Andrew Monge
- Vince Rainey