US health workers performing a ballet dance in the hospital’s lobby has become a new social media hit. The video has garnered humongous views and likes.
A heartwarming video of a US health worker performing a ballet dance in the hospital’s lobby has now become a new social media hit. First shared by the University of Utah Hospital on Twitter, the video is now extensively surfacing on social media platforms. According to a report published by the Daily Mail, the health care worker is a phlebotomist at Utah Hospital. He grooved to a 1977 recording of Richard Clayderman’s Ballade Pour Adeline.
— University of Utah Health (@UofUHealth) August 31, 2021
A US health worker gives a graceful ballet performance in a hospital lobby
The health care worker, identified as Teva Martinson, was graciously dancing in his blue-colored scrubs costume and socks in the viral video. Visitors and patients were astounded to see Teva’s dancing skills, and bystanders even asked if he had professional training.
The hospital posted the video of the dance with the caption “Pure Joy.” The spokesperson of the hospital, when they came across the video, took to the comment section and said, “This was a much-needed moment of pure beauty and grace.” The one-minute video clip has garnered humongous views and a flood of reactions. His elegant moves to the sound of the piano have made everyone joyful on the internet. Some users dropped a heart emoji while many enquired who he was.