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Dancer “Clones” Himself, Uses Tech To Appear As 3 Men In Mind-Blowing Solo Routine


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Part of what makes being alive so great is that our talents can be manipulated and utilized to fit in any and every aspect of our lives. Sometimes those talents can highlight other tasks that we’re accomplishing, while adding a breathtaking pizazz and flare. Whether it’s the harmonizing voices of an a capella or manipulating common household bowls into an incredibly entertaining act, we’ve seen some amazing talents.

Canion Shijirbat is no exception. He made it to the semifinals in Mongolia’s Got Talent and left the judges’ and spectators’ jaws on the floor. While many dancers can create choreography that is hair-raising and stops the audience in their tracks, Shijirbat took it one step further. He personally designed the live animation that accompanied his sick moves, bringing complete magic to the stage. The amount of time it must have taken to prepare doesn’t go unnoticed, even in the mere two minutes that reality is suspended, the laws of physics appears to be conquered, and cloning seems possible.

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