An 8-year-old, autistic boy impresses the internet with his jaw-dropping dance moves after grooving to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" on camera last month.
The boy entered a webcam challenge and completely mastered his impression, right in the middle of a busy walkway.
When I found this video of an 8-year-old boy, breaking it down Michael Jackon's 'Thriller', I was just astounded.
So, what to wait for? Get ready to be amazed!
William was on holiday with his family in St Ives, Cornwall when he busted a move in front of the webcam.
Challenge? Just show the camera your best dancing moves, and you will be appreciated by luxury hamper full of lavish gifts.
William has never had a dance lesson, and even after that, as soon as her mother (named Gemma) played the hit on her phone, he performed incredible dance moves to just floored you down.
Within a five-day span, the agency gets dozens of entries. But one, in particular, caught their eyes. It's none other than William.
Doug Howard, who is the marketing manager at Aspect Holidays, said, "We noticed him doing it when we got into the office, and we are amazed by how good he was."
William's mother, Gemma Ryan, wrote in a comment, "Three years ago, when William was five he was diagnosed with autism. He struggled to communicate, struggled academically in school and continues to struggle to socialise and make friends, but about 18 months ago his dad introduced him (via YouTube) to the wonders of Michael Jackson, and he watched his videos for hours and learned all his routines off by heart."
Gemma said, "He loves to dance, and as I've been reading comments to him it has blown his mind that so many people like him."
Extras: William Ryan lives with his parents, Gemma and David and his four-year-old younger brother Edward, who also has autism.