You may not know him by name but more than 60 million people worldwide are familiar with his dance moves, and after a four-year hiatus Matt Harding is back with a new video that is setting the world alight.
Better known as Matt, from the "Where the hell is Matt" YouTube videos, his latest instalment sees the former Connecticut games developer dancing in a new set of destinations, including war-torn Syria and secretive North Korea.
Harding was a viral video star before there was YouTube, garnering views for his first video the old-fashioned way, through forwarding emails.
Later came Dancing 2006 then Dancing 2008, which has been seen more than 40 million times.
While the first videos homed in on Matt's own silly dance moves in exotic locations, the latest few have focused on a message of joy, common ground, and solidarity.
In this instalment, Harding not only dances with people all over the world, he dances their traditional dances.
He tries his hand at fire dancing in Hawaii, flamenco dancing in Spain and traditional dance in North Korea.
Dancers in Syria have their faces blurred out for their own safety.
In many of the scenes charity groups and organisations dance with Matt and his video also allows people to give to the charities.
Posted on his YouTube channel only two days ago, the video has already garnered more than half a million hits.
Take a look at the video and we dare you to not be left feeling warm and fuzzy for the day.
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