By George Fox

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The behind-the-scenes guys at Valenti and Foster have joined in on the latest viral dance craze and it’s awesomely bad.

Mike “Sully” Sullivan, David “Hatchet” Hull and Roberto Boschian take a break from producing the show, screening calls and streaming video, put on dead serious faces and shimmy to the beat during a commercial in the 97.1 The Ticket studio control room.


(credit: Mike Sullivan)

(credit: Mike Sullivan)

I’m dead.

(credit: Mike Sullivan)

(credit: Mike Sullivan)

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Big finish Sully!

(credit: Mike Sullivan)

(credit: Mike Sullivan)

It’s part of the latest viral dances like the Whip Nae Nae, Harlem Shake and the Dab. It was started by high school students Kevin Vincent and Jeremiah Hall, who busted a move to Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo” and posted videos online.

The guys should have studied the masters.

Maryland basketball’s Jared Nickens and Jaylen Brantley

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