Women, no more complaining about having to wear high heels. Many men are dancing in them and making it look easy. There’s something about men in heels. And it’s nothing against the ladies, but men just look so damn fierce in them. God knows it’s hard enough to walk in heels that high, leave alone get jiggy in them, but many fiercest men swivel their hips, twerk and execute all manner of dainty footwork in best Beyonce style without even seeming to notice the instruments of torture strapped to their feet. These guys seriously bring shade whenever they move their hips wearing high stylish heels. Here are the top 3 fiercest men who literally dance like a pro wearing heels.
Top 3 Fiercest Men who literally Dance Like a Pro Wearing Heels
Kazaky which is also known as the boys in Heels is a group of Ukrainian singers and dancers. It is composed of four members Oleg Zhezhel, Artur Gasparian, Kyryll Fedorenko and Artemiy Lazarev. In 2010, a video circulated around the internet of these four beautiful men opening the Anouki Bicholla A/W 2011 Fashion Show in sky high stilettos. Clad in skin tight denim and leather, their dance skills would put Madonna and Beyonce to shame. Over three million views later, Boy band Kazaky has become a worldwide phenomenon. The music video for their song “Love” is a few views short of five million hits. This a typical boy’s band revolutionizes sexual norms by merging “feminine” and “masculine” attributes, notably by wearing tight-fitting tights and stilettos, choreographies with a rather feminine gesture, and a mixture of hip hop and d ‘electro.
Yanis Marshall, a finalist in the reality show Britain’s Got Talent, uploaded a video on YouTube. It has since received nearly 25 lakh hits. The video features Marshall and two of his crew members, dancing to Beyonce’s classic hip-hop numbers like Crazy in Love (2003) and Single Ladies (2008). However, the most interesting bit is that Marshall — just like the singer — is dancing in six-inch heels. He doesn’t trip, and most certainly ‘slays it’ to quote some of the popular comments on the video. Following his social media fame, Marshall has been conducting worldwide workshops to popularize the dance form, especially among men. With the help of his friends Arnaud Boursain and Mehdi Mamine, Marshall nailed every dance number of Beyonce track and able to win many hearts in You Tube with 2 million subscribers.
JbDubs, born James Whiteside is a pop/dance artist as well as Principal Dancer with American Ballet Theatre in NYC. He writes and produces his music and choreographs his performance in music videos. He is an openly gay pop singer with artistic experience, musical instinct and killer dance moves wearing heels. This professional dancer channels Beyonce like no gay man can in his flawless music video “I Hate My Job” which is just one of several videos that display his dancing skills.